Three Network Challenges IT Can Solve to Drive Business Continuity

Three Network Challenges IT Can Solve to Drive Business Continuity

The network is the enabler of business continuity. IT needs to enable secure connectivity for remote work, help consumer businesses provide a safe environment for employees and customers, and assist in the rollout of pop-up healthcare facilities. Cisco offers are available to support you.

How to Strengthen Your Security in 2020

How to Strengthen Your Security in 2020

With so many attack vectors and devices to keep track of, how can we best strengthen security in 2020? Which of the security technologies out there will help us most?

From G.R.I.T.S. to the Big Apple

From G.R.I.T.S. to the Big Apple

Read how this "girl raised in the south" (GRITS) chased her dream to New York where she became an account manager for Cisco sales.

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April 10, 2020

LIFE AT CISCO

From G.R.I.T.S. to the Big Apple

Read how this "girl raised in the south" (GRITS) chased her dream to New York where she became an account manager for Cisco sales.

April 9, 2020

DEVELOPER

Automating Meraki Deployments with Cisco Action Orchestrator

Learn how to use the Meraki MX appliance and its Auto-VPN features to create a headquarters/branch SD-WAN deployment.

April 9, 2020

COLLABORATION

Improving Education One Virtual Connection at a Time

Next in the Customer Story blog series, see how one teacher from a regional secondary school in Beechworth, Victoria used Cisco Webex Solutions to expand her world outside of the classroom.

April 9, 2020

SECURITY

Promising Results for Post-Quantum Certificates in TLS 1.3

Quantum Computers could threaten the security of TLS key exchange and authentication. To assess the performance of post-quantum certificates TLS 1.3, we evaluated NIST Round 2 signature algorithms. See results.

Time Series Analysis with ARIMA: Part 3

Part 3: Cisco Use Case and Designing Your Own Time Series Problem This is a continuation of the Time Series Analysis Posts. Here, I will detail a Cisco use case utilizing time series analysis and ARIMA from part 1 and part 2 of the blog series. If you have not read those yet, feel free […]

Time Series Analysis with ARIMA: Part 2

This is a continuation of the Time Series Analysis posts. ARIMA stands for Autoregressive Integrated Moving Average. These models aim to describe the correlations in the data with each other. You can use these correlations to predict future values based on past observations and forecast errors.

Time Series Analysis with ARIMA: Part 1

PART 1: Introduction to Time Series At Cisco, our partners and clients want ways to track and monitor their Cisco routers, switches, and other such devices. An important avenue of my work as part of the Customer Experience Data Incubation Team is to help track device utilization over time. One such way to think about […]

April 9, 2020

NETWORKING

The Importance of Hardware in a Software-Defined World

Cisco presented at the Layer ONE conference together with some other physical layer vendors, and highlights the importance of innovation in hardware, optics and programmable ASICs to run their Intent Based Network architecture.

April 9, 2020

DATA CENTER

How to Help Your Data Science Team with AI and ML?

This week, we’ll discuss the three major gaps that prevent enterprise from taking advantage of AI/ML and how to bridge them – with Cisco’s help.