Public policy and political support
Cisco’s Government Affairs team develops and advocates for pro-technology policies and regulations. We engage with governments at all levels, focusing on public policies that impact Cisco, our partners, and our customers.
Visionary leadership in a chaotic time – and why I’m inspired to follow
Cisco’s Chairman and CEO, Chuck Robbins, opened his June 1st all-company check-in by admitting he’s leading through uncharted waters. He and his leadership team are addressing systemic racism head on, with grace and humility.
Cisco’s “Our People Deal” movement
The Our People Deal movement is a group of Cisco employees who think and act on culture, to make sure we’re implementing Our People Deal – our commitment to conscious culture.
How our employees help us do our part for the environment
When it comes to Cisco’s environmental initiatives, employee engagement is key. We educate employees on environmental issues through existing engagement channels and get employees on board with implementation.
Paul Hawken inspires Cisconians with carbon drawdown
SustainX went virtual this year and Paul Hawken joined us to talk about the very real ways we can drawdown carbon emissions and reverse global warming now.
The Bridge to Inclusive Technology: Steps we are taking to increase accessibility
We are entering an era where everything and everyone is connected. In the process, we’re applying the lessons we’ve learned and building technologies that are secure, accessible, and bring people together.
How Cisco Networking Academy provides a bridge to career possibilities for people everywhere
Cisco Networking Academy provides access for anyone, anywhere to gain new digital skills. The program is available to teenagers, those pursuing higher education, and those seeking a new career path.