Maggie Harper

College intern

Collaboration Business Unit

Hi! My name is Margaret Harper, but you can call me Maggie. I was born and raised in Conway, SC and I currently attend Clemson University (Go Tigers!) where I am pursing a degree in Finance.

I am passionate about traveling, and one-day hope to work abroad. Most importantly, I am very excited to be working at Cisco this summer in the Collaboration Department!


May 9, 2017


Daft Punk & Good Advice for Growing Businesses

2 min read

Staying connected is critical to success. Whether with customers, partners or employees, face-to-face connections can prove invaluable. In a TechAisle report, 75% of high-growth businesses use video-enabled collaboration. High video adopters grow two times faster than low or non-adopters.

August 3, 2016


Catching the Second Wave: What Is SoCoMo?

3 min read

SoCoMo platforms provide the software to integrate current business systems with new capabilities, all via a single cloud service. Vendors who choose to not invest in SoCoMo platforms risk being marginalized. On the other hand, companies that integrate their current UC offerings and new SoCoMo platforms will generate further value.

July 29, 2016


Diversity of Deployment Models for Unified Communications

3 min read

Businesses understand that not only do customers expect flawless connectivity, so do employees. Unified communications has taken hold, setting expectations for integrated services from telephony to messaging and mobility. Recently, Cisco commissioned Forrester Consulting to explore the deployment of UC technologies among small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs).

July 22, 2016


A Millennial’s Take on Mary Meeker’s Internet Trends

3 min read

KPCB’s Mary Meeker recently released her annual “2016 Internet Trends Report.” The seemingly endless facts and figures opened my eyes to both the good and the bad, to the disheartening and the hopeful. As a rising college senior and a proud member of the Millennial generation, I like to believe that I know everything -- or at least all the important bits. But as I dove into Meeker’s collection of charts and graphs, I learned much more than I thought I would.