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Greg Dorai

Vice President, Products

Secure Access Business

Greg Dorai is Vice President of Product Management for the Secure Access Group. He is responsible for the Cisco’s Catalyst access portfolio (wired and wireless), Enterprise Private 5G, Cisco DNA Spaces, Cisco ISE and the broader Security, Policy and Access (SPA) charter for access. His team sets the strategy and roadmap, works with engineering teams to deliver the products to market and is also broadly responsible for business success and lifecycle management of the products in the secure access portfolio.

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 Masters in Engineering from the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign, and a Bachelor in Engineering from India.

Articles

January 14, 2019

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Solving the Data Blind Spots in Physical Locations with Cisco DNA Spaces

The ability to identify and recognize data patterns is crucial, especially in physical spaces. Introducing Cisco DNA Spaces, a powerful, indoor cloud platform that puts an end to blind spots.

November 6, 2018

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What to Expect When Expecting 802.11ax

Until Wi-Fi 6 / 802.11ax clients reach critical mass, the benefits of 11ax are minimal and will have low impact -- but Cisco will have the information you need until ten.

September 17, 2018

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DeCurtis and Cisco: Cruising Right Along with ADP

Making sure that your network is future-proof is the dream of many network administrators that rarely ever blossoms into fruition.

May 24, 2018

NETWORKING

802.11ax: The Sixth Generation of Wi-Fi

As we eagerly wait for 802.11ax to emerge, Cisco is excited about how 802.11ax will benefit future networks. #WiFi

April 18, 2018

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Presenting the World’s Smartest Access Point

In a time where networks are growing exponentially thanks to new wireless devices connecting every day, it can feel as if keeping your network running is like shoveling sand against the tide with a tea spoon.

July 19, 2017

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Introducing Cisco CMX Engage

Enhancing customer experience to unlock the Business Value from Wireless Infrastructure

May 24, 2017

NETWORKING

A Glimpse Into Your Future: 802.11ax

When it comes to a robust wireless network, there are two things that you need above everything else: speed and strong connectivity. The Institute for Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE) is putting the finishing touches on the next 802.11 wireless standard which will provide a boost in speed and connectivity. This new IEEE standard—called 802.11ax—is […]

November 30, 2016

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For Wireless It is Control and not the Controller that Makes the Difference

“The Wi-Fi market has been moving to controller-less solutions, and Cisco appears to be walking the controller-less management walk.” This statement by Zeus Kerravala, who wrote this statement for an article he penned for Network World has raised some thoughts in the industry. Let’s examine this and start by looking at this from a historical […]