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Caroline Hilla

Global Manufacturing Specialist

Marketing and Communications

Caroline Hilla is a Marketing Coordinator on Cisco’s Global Industries Team responsible for the planning, strategy, and execution of customer-driven content for Manufacturing industry solutions. Caroline brings a diverse marketing background with experience in graphic design, social media management, public relations, and small business development strategy. Across the scope of her career, Caroline has led and facilitated many innovative content projects focusing on audience growth, omni-channel research and development strategy, and comprehensive ROI analysis tools.

After living in Germany for 1.5 years, Caroline focused on leveraging her unique international experience to advance her career. She graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Marketing Strategy with a minor in German at the University of North Carolina Wilmington. Her international background and digital marketing experience uniquely suit her to the task of helping Cisco deliver smarter, safer, and more resilient networking solutions for today’s Energy and Manufacturing leaders.

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October 31, 2019

MANUFACTURING

Managed vs. unmanaged switches? Explore the benefits of network automation

Maybe your plant environment is made up of unmanaged switches. But have you considered the benefits of network automation?

October 4, 2019

MANUFACTURING

Weakness at your boundaries (Episode 4 Cisco Manufacturing Leaders)

Every new connection point is an opportunity. And a risk. Operational Technology (OT) needs to take ownership of cybersecurity. But Information Technology (IT) holds the keys to expertise. In an ideal scenario of a cybersecurity incident, IT stays in control, but OT teams can still get what they need, too.

September 23, 2019

MANUFACTURING

How to drive digital transformation through your front lines (Episode 3 Manufacturing Leaders)

Digital transformation is all about change. Changes in the technologies we use, changes in the facility processes, changes in the current infrastructure. But How do you show Key questions...

September 10, 2019

MANUFACTURING

Tackling the skills gap with strategy (Part 2) Episode 2: Manufacturing Leaders

When it comes to attracting new talent and retaining tribal knowledge within your organization, the hardest part can simply be figuring out where to start. In this episode, we'll learn...

August 25, 2019

MANUFACTURING

Tackling the skills gap with strategy (Part 1) Episode 1: Manufacturing Leaders

The skills gap isn't coming. It's here. We discuss how to overcome a shortage of skilled labor, but also to take advantage of unique opportunities to build a competitive edge.

Relying on secure wireless in harsh environments

Factories, mines and production facilities have remained widely unconnected, limiting the productivity improvements that connected workers are capable of delivering. Enter the Cisco IW6300 next generation industrial wireless solution.

June 17, 2019

MANUFACTURING

Relying on secure wireless in harsh environments

Last week at Cisco Live US 2019, we announced our next generation heavy duty industrial wireless platform, the IW6300. This Class 1, Div 2, IP67 rated intrinsically safe...

May 29, 2019

MANUFACTURING

Supporting Growth and Innovation – 3 Reasons to Update Your Infrastructure Now

Did you know that your infrastructure could be holding you back from lucrative growth? Determine whether your outdated and in trouble—Understand the risks you’re facing and what’s at stake—Discover how...

May 27, 2019

MANUFACTURING

Realizing Industry 4.0

From big data to autonomous robots, Industry 4.0 brings a wealth of new opportunities to grow and expand your business. Explore the Top 6 reasons manufacturers turn to Cisco.