The only constant is change – and companies that do not change get left behind. My perspective is that it’s best to accept change as inevitable – to embrace it, lead it, and use it to shape desired outcomes. As I discussed previously, many of today’s leading trends –what I call market transitions – are combining into the Internet of Everything, which we define as the intelligent connection of people, processes, data, and things.
Disruptive innovation is fueling the emergence of the Internet of Everything. I attended the World Economic Forum recently and much of the discussion in Davos focused on the state of innovation. At Cisco, we believe the world has never been more innovative, and this is reinforced in our ongoing discussions with many business and technology leaders.
In an effort to better understand the extent of the opportunity for our customers presented by increasing connectedness, Cisco has conducted analysis on the potential economic impact of the Internet of Everything, the findings of which we’re releasing today. Our analysis indicates that there is as much as $14.4 trillion of potential economic “value at stake” for global private-sector businesses over the next decade, as a result of the emergence of the Internet of Everything.
We define the potential value at stake to be a combination of net new economic value created as a result of the Internet of Everything, as well as value that will migrate from lagging companies and industries to those that take advantage of new innovations — minus the cost of implementation. Based on our analysis, the Internet of Everything has the potential to increase global corporate profits by approximately 21% in aggregate over the next 10 years.
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Starting on October 21 , more than 8,000 Directors, CIO’s and CXO’s will have the opportunity to meet and exchange with a series of Cisco top executives, including John Chambers, Doug Merritt , Pankaj Gupta, Giuliano Di Vitantonio, Marie Hattar .
The Nexus of Converging Forces or how Social, Mobile, Cloud and Information create new business opportunities is at the core of the Gartner Symposium ITxpo 2012 . The alignment with the Cisco vision is pretty remarkable , showing how our company is in tune with the challenges and aspirations of the IT organization.
Whether you have the opportunity to be in Florida this coming week or not , we want to share with you how Cisco is addressing these growing requirements
Here is a little preview of each of the speech that will be delivered .
Stay tuned as I will make sure that you can easily access to the presentations which will be posted on www.Slideshare.com/ciscodatacenter . Meanwhile we will provide some “info-snack “ in real time through our Twitter account @ciscodc
John Chambers -- Mastermind Keynote Interview
In his conversation with senior Gartner Analyst , John will certainly explain how Cisco enables the world of many clouds with network intelligence , data center and business applications, how Cisco enables people-centric collaboration across the enterprise, anytime , anywhere on any device, how Cisco enables a mobile experience “your way “ that accelerates business innovation while managing risk
Tuesday October 23 11:00 -11:45 am
Mastering New Data Sources to Enable Business Transformation
The emergence of social, mobile, cloud, and video, combined with data proliferation in the enterprise, can overwhelm IT infrastructures. This session presents real-world cases on the deployment of intelligent infrastructures and explores how mastering these data sources and business forces can transform organizations for greater profitability, efficiency, and service delivery.
Speaker : Giuliano Di Vitantonio VP of Data Center & Cloud Marketing
Wednesday 12:15-1:15 pm
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Tags: Cisco, Cisco CEO, data center, Gartner, john chambers
Today, at the Clinton Global Initiative in New York City, Cisco Chairman and CEO John Chambers joined Goldman Sachs CEO and Chairman Lloyd Blankfein and Dow Chemical Company President, Chairman and CEO Andrew Liveris on a panel discussion moderated by CNN’s Fareed Zakaria. The title of the panel was “Business by Design: Growth and Opportunity.” (An edited portion of the panel will air on CNN soon…watch this space for the air date).
Zakaria said that he was an optimist overall when it came to the United States and our prospects for the future. He spoke about the economic troubles the U.S. has had over the past decades and how we have consistently overcome them. The trouble with this recovery and economy, he said, is that it is taking jobs a lot longer to come back than what has been historically ordinary.
All of the speakers agreed (generally) that there was optimism to be had in the United States economy, regardless of who is elected President in November. All of them also agreed that government and business have to partner together to help solve our nation’s problems and take advantage of our many assets. Blankfein said that many of our problems are self-inflicted and could easily be resolved, such as having a budget for the country.
From Left: Fareed Zakaria (CNN), Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein, Dow Chemical CEO Andrew Liveris and Cisco CEO John Chambers at CGI2012
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After 12 years of dedicated service, Jerry Yang has chosen to retire from Cisco’s Board of Directors to more fully pursue new personal and business interests.
Jerry has been an active member of our Board of Directors since July 2000. As the co-founder of Yahoo! Inc. and with his background in information technology and technology development, Jerry’s strategy and leadership skills on the board have been invaluable. Jerry will continue to serve as a director until Cisco’s 2012 Annual Meeting of Shareholders on November 15, 2012.
During Jerry’s tenure on the board, Cisco has more than doubled annual revenue from approximately $19 billion to $46 billion, tripled profits from $2.7 billion to $8.0 billion, and grown headcount from 34,000 to approximately 67,000 employees. On behalf of Cisco’s Board of Directors, we are extremely proud to have worked with Jerry on these accomplishments, and he will certainly be missed by me, our fellow board members and our entire company.
Thank you for your great service to Cisco, Jerry.
Tags: board of directors, jerry yang, john chambers
The previous two weeks of Olympic competition held the world’s attention like never before. We were able to stream events from our phones, get info in real time, and follow our favorite athletes on Twitter.
And isn’t nice to know that our partners share something in common with the Olympic champions. Like the athletes, our partners dream big, give it their all, and work hard to hone their skills—both as technology providers and trusted business advisers. Read More »
Tags: channel partners, Cisco House, citrix, EMC, Intel, john chambers, London 2012, olympics, SAP, Schneider Electric, videoscape