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Bill Rubino

Product Marketing Manager

Enterprise Networking and Cloud Marketing

Bill Rubino is a responsible for the marketing of Cisco’s Network Access Solutions including Cisco DNA Center.

Bill has been working in the networking industry for over 30 years and has held a number of positions for a variety of companies.

Previously, Bill was the Sr. Director of Industry Marketing at Blue Prism, a software automation company. Prior to this, Bill was at Cisco for 7 years marketing Cisco’s Enterprise Mobility Solution. Bill has also worked at Motorola as a Senior Product Manager responsible for Motorola’s Outdoor Wireless Broadband Product Portfolio and held a variety of positions at companies such as Nortel Networks, Sycamore Networks, Bay Networks, Wellfleet Communications, and Proteon.

Bill is also the co-author of two patents associated with switching and routing.

A lifelong Red Sox fan, Bill resides in Orlando, FL with his wife and teenage son.

Articles

May 12, 2022

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Better Together: Cisco DNA Center and ThousandEyes

In this blog, we show the benefits of combining Cisco DNA Center with Cisco ThousandEyes and how together, they can help an organization easily address the complexities of troubleshooting application issues and improve the user experience across multiple domains.

February 13, 2018

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#CiscoChat Podcast: Take the Complexity Out of Your Network with Software-Defined Access

Cisco Live EMEA may have just concluded, but IT insights continue to pour in from across the pond in Barcelona. The latest? It’s all about attaining enterprise network ease — with the power of Software-Defined Access (SD-Access).

December 15, 2017

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The Momentum of Cisco’s Software Defined-Access Continues

As networks grow, so does the complexity that comes with adding new applications and on-boarding new devices—including IoT—all while delivering a more secure network.

March 9, 2017

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Cisco and Australian College Bring Classrooms to the Home

For many people, learning is best done in the classroom. But what if, either because of illness or geography, a student can’t be in the classroom? The next best thing is creating a connected learning environment. At Australia’s Open Access College (OAC) in Adelaide and Port Augusta, more than 200 instructors are leading lessons to […]

March 3, 2017

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Cisco DNA Makes Wales Hospital System Faster and Safer

It doesn’t matter what industry you’re in, the most important resource that an organization possesses is time. When you save time, you’re saving more than just money and nowhere is that more evident than at a hospital. The Abertawe Bro Morgannwg University (ABMU) Health Board in Wales is using Cisco’s Digital Network Architecture (DNA) to […]

November 3, 2016

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Cisco Modernizes Indian University’s Network

Setting yourself apart from other schools can be difficult, even for a university with name recognition. Cisco helps India’s Mody University stand out in the crowded field of continuing education.

September 29, 2016

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Colombian University and Cisco Technology: A Great Fit

You know that updating your wireless network has a lot of benefits. But one of the challenges of an organization updating its own network is the speed in which it can be done. You want to make sure your new network is deployed quickly AND correctly. Universidad EAFIT located in Medellín, Antioquia Colombia wanted a […]

September 28, 2016

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Change Your Organization and the World with Open Workspace

Even though what an organization produces is vastly different, there’s one thing that is the same for business: the need to lower expenditures. With more and more employees on the move—going in and out of the office and working remote—many business are starting to realize that too much overhead is bad news. Quite simply, a […]