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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

October 19, 2016

NETWORKING

From Niche to Mainstream: Cisco Enhances High Accuracy Location Services for the Enterprise

Cisco CMX – our Connected Mobile Experience – offers two new solutions that deliver on the promise of high-accuracy indoor location for the enterprise.

June 20, 2016

NETWORKING

Mobile enterprise – check!

Co-authored by Jeevan Patil, Sr. Manager, Product Management for Wireless LAN Controllers What is common between a CIO working at a hospital planning to roll-out a caregiver mobile app, the IT Director at your child’s school about to share course content using digital interactive textbooks and the IT Administrator at your local retail store enabling […]

February 9, 2016

NETWORKING

Expanding Your Network, Creating More Bandwidth

When you think about it, your network is a lot like the road to a small town on the cusp of an incredible population explosion. There’s a nice infrastructure supporting the small amount of people leaving and returning, and that’s all that’s needed. As more people find out about this wonderful place, the town grows […]

October 29, 2015

NETWORKING

Don’t Get Spooked by Location Services – There Are More Treats than Tricks

November 3 – 4th, 2015 | Crowne Plaza, Palo Alto       The explosive growth in mobility, reaching over 11.5 billion devices and connections by 2019, is spawning unprecedented opportunities for businesses. With 74% of US smartphone owners now using location services – which are simply mobile technologies that identify location of people or […]