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Greg Dorai

Vice President & General Manager Campus Connectivity

Networking Experiences

Greg Dorai is VP and GM of the Campus Connectivity business and has direct responsibility for the Catalyst Switching, Cisco DNA Center, Cisco Spaces and Cisco ISE product areas. Together, the products in the Campus Connectivity portfolio provide a range of solutions including network domain controllers, smart buildings and location services as well as end-to-end policy, and analytics. Working with various cross functional teams across Cisco Engineering, his team sets the strategy and roadmap, brings these products to market, and manages the portfolio’s business success while delivering on the Networking Experiences vision: Transform Customer Experiences by simplifying powerful and secure networking. Prior to joining Cisco, Greg led product management and business development for AT&T’s Big Data monetization team in Atlanta. Previously, Greg was a principal with Bain & Company where he was a leader in their technology, media and telecom practice. Greg completed his MBA with high honors (Siebel Scholar) from the Booth School of Business at the University of Chicago. He holds a master’s in engineering from the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign, and a bachelor’s in engineering from India.

Articles

June 15, 2022

NETWORKING

Cisco Product Innovations for a Wireless First World with Wi-Fi 6 and 6E

Wi-Fi 6E is here and Cisco is leading efforts to make deployment and management of services and user experience on this high throughput, high capacity, broad spectrum network seamless.

March 9, 2022

NETWORKING

The Future of Work Part 6: Reimagine Your Networking Perspective

The shift to hybrid work is an opportunity to reimagine IT by looking ahead to the possibilities of new applications and the use cases that will drive innovation.

February 25, 2022

NETWORKING

The Future of Work Part 5: Reimage the IT Experience of Managing Networks

To meet expectations of performance and reliability for next-gen applications for the hybrid workforce, IT needs to reimagine network management using AI and ML solutions to provide extended visibility and proactive mitigation.

February 10, 2022

NETWORKING

The Future of Work Part 4: Reimagine IoT and Smart Buildings

With a Cisco network, most organizations don’t need to bring in new infrastructure to take advantage of smart building capabilities--the smart infrastructure they need is already in place and just waiting to be put to work.

February 3, 2022

NETWORKING

Reimagining Hybrid Work: Create, Manage, Collaborate with the Network for the Future

Cisco is leading the charge in Hybrid Work with networking innovations in Wi-Fi 6E Access Points, Silicon One Catalyst Switches, and Private 5G.

January 31, 2022

NETWORKING

The Future of Work Part 3: Reimagine Security

The ideal security experience is an easy-to-manage platform that combines wired, wireless, and WAN connections with zero trust, authentication, and privacy protections for hybrid work.

January 26, 2022

NETWORKING

The Future of Work, Part 2: Reimagine Mobility

When the network supports full spectrum wireless access, workers can move among workspaces transparently and without interruption, to be more productive, efficient, and inclusive.

January 20, 2022

NETWORKING

The Future of Work Part 1: Reimagine Connectivity

Part 1 of this 6-part series on The Future of Work, covers connectivity and how the network will become increasingly transparent to the people who depend on it for work and education.

June 29, 2021

NETWORKING

Digitization: The Bold New Role for Enterprise and Industry Wireless

The next wave of digital transformation will be powered by the next generation of wireless networking---5G and Wi-Fi 6. This is an overview of how 5G and Wi-Fi 6 can seamlessly integrate with existing networks and processes to become a key component of digital transformation within enterprises and diverse industries.