Rebecca Jacoby, Cisco Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer, discusses Cisco’s journey to the cloud. Cisco is running a private cloud as a utility and is moving toward an inter-cloud approach. This capability will give Cisco the business process opportunity to source services from multiple places and deliver them seamlessly to employees in a flexible, cost-effective manner.
Rebecca Jacoby, Cisco Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer, explores how Cisco has made the connected experience a reality for employees, customers, and partners — enabling constituents to work from any device they choose and freely access their required services and applications.
Rebecca Jacoby, Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer, introduces a series of technology responses that Cisco has made to accommodate major market trends, including sustainable productivity, globalization, and the consumerization of IT. The responses involved unifying the business and technology architectures at Cisco to help create strategies around collaboration, widespread virtualization, and mobility. These efforts have resulted in immersive collaboration, Cisco’s cloud, and the connected experience, respectively. Read More »
Attracting new talent in the workforce is a big priority for Cisco – and I’m sure for most companies around the globe. Companies spend significant time, money and effort to attract these new recruits, but are they prepared to keep them happy and retain them after they come onboard?
I’m thrilled to announce that Cisco has named Xerox as our new IT partner to manage Cisco’s global print operations, making printing services more accessible to our employees who work from different locations using a variety of desktop and mobile devices.