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Telepresence and the Treadmill: This Is Not Your Father’s Office

Cisco’s been ahead of the curve for years when it comes to technology and flexibility in the workplace, now the company is taking it to a new level when it comes to connected workspaces. Just step into Building Eight on Cisco’s main campus in San Jose and you’ll see what we mean. You’ll be greeted by modern clean lines, open workspaces and seating that provides flexibility. Gone are the giant cubicle walls and desks filled sky high with paperwork. Instead, you’ll find open environments with more natural light, and setups that allow an employee to drop in, connect and have all the tools they need to succeed.

The new on-site spaces include Quiet Rooms if you need deep focus, Project Rooms for group collaboration, Audio Privacy Rooms for phone calls, and Day Lockers for use during a meeting or lunch. Employees also get IP phones with Extension Mobility and access to conference rooms with Telepresence.

Open Office Space at Cisco's Building Eight

Open Office Space at Cisco’s Building Eight

An Audio Privacy Room

Community Wall at Cisco's Building Eight

Community Wall at Cisco’s Building Eight

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A Workplace as Flexible as the Network

Three trends are defining the enterprise workforce today: mobility, collaboration, and the BYOD movement, where employees connect the device of their choice to the enterprise network.  Smart companies are finding ways to embrace these trends for improved productivity, a more satisfied workforce, and lower costs. Read More »

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