WHAT?: Tomorrow, we will host a webcast and slide presentation to discuss our overall mobility strategy. Following a brief presentation, a Q&A session will be held. WHO?: Cisco executives Brett Galloway, senior vice president – Wireless and Security Technology Group, and Ben Gibson, senior director, Mobility Solutions. WHEN?: Wednesday, May 28, 2008 at 1:30PM (PDT)HOW?: Listen and watch via the Internet at http://www.cisco.com/go/investors. RSVP: Not necessary.
Yvon Le Roux, Vice President for Africa and Levant, shares some insights about the World Economic Forum (WEF) Middle East in Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt. He touches on the Egypt Education Initiative (EEI) and more.
Tae Yoo, Senior Vice President Corporate Affairs, talks about education and CSR and key learnings from the World Economic Forum (WEF), Middle East, Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt.
Wim Elfink, EVP and Chief Globalization Officer, offers his thoughts and take-aways at the World Economic Forum (WEF), Middle East in Egypt. He talks about the discussions at WEF on what the world might look like in 2025 and what role ICT will play to help achieve country’s economic and educational goals. Bottom line: focus on education for the future.
Post by Mark Chandler, SVP, General CounselToday, I joined colleagues from Google and Yahoo as well as two human rights groups to address the U.S. Senate Subcommittee on Human Rights and the Law on issues related to global Internet Freedom. (I also testified two years ago before a House subcommittee on the same topic.) As a company that supports open communication, Cisco is proud of the role it has played in bringing the benefits of Internet technology to people of all nations. Our technology has helped connect the world in an unprecedented fashion. Perhaps the most vivid recent example of the changes the Internet has is the response in China to last week’s tragic earthquake. Within minutes, pictures and videos from the region were online and people were using the internet to coordinate relief, speed financial assistance and share information. Today, with more than 220 million Internet users in China (versus 80,000 in 1995), the ability of the average citizen to find information has been dramatically expanded. Read More »