Marcus Gallo

Sr. Solution Marketing Manager

Cloud Collaboration

Marcus Gallo is Senior Solution Marketing Manager for Cloud Collaboration.

Working with Cisco’s Collaboration Technology Group (CTG) and the Collaboration CIO Office, Marcus provides strategic direction for the way organizations consume collaboration applications and services. Marcus supports field marketing teams and the sales organization by defining the value proposition for Cloud Collaboration, with particular focus on the market and buyer needs, and Cisco’s competitive differentiation.

Previously with Cisco, Marcus has been responsible for collaboration marketing activities in the UK&I, across the EMEAR theatre, and held solution marketing positions for Cisco WebEx and the Cisco Hosted Collaboration Solution (HCS). Prior to Cisco, Marcus has held a broad range of marketing, channel and operational roles with vendors and service providers including Avaya, Tiscali and Cable and Wireless.

Marcus graduated with honours from Middlesex University with a Business Studies degree and has a Diploma in Marketing from the Chartered Institute of Marketing.


December 23, 2019


Being Remote Doesn’t Mean You Can’t Be Close

I am classified as a ‘remote worker,’ but I don’t consider myself remote - despite being eight time zones and over five thousand miles from headquarters.

May 26, 2016


Small Businesses, Big Collaboration Needs

UCaaS delivers all the benefits of UC without the associated complexity of deploying and maintaining the technology. UCaaS is aligned with a cloud and mobile-first world, and it ensures organizations are working with the latest features instead of having to wait for IT-scheduled upgrades.

March 8, 2016


Cisco Spark Is Here

Yes, Cisco Spark has arrived! That cool mobile business messaging app we launched a year ago has grown up. What Is Cisco Spark? Cisco Spark is a business collaboration service that enables you to message, meet, or call anyone, anywhere, anytime.

June 17, 2015


The Modular Enterprise

Just before setting off for Cisco Live I heard an economist on the radio talk about the relative performance of leading countries. The key measure was productivity: GDP per worked hour. Certainly historic outcomes are important but they do tend to provide a historic view. As we accelerate into the digital revolution, I started to […]

April 22, 2015


How and Where Will You Work in the Future?

My previous blog post considered enterprise agility and our individual responsibility to take some level of ownership by being more present and connected. This week at UC Expo in London I met many industry colleagues, and it sparked off some interesting conversations. Two themes emerged that made me think about what work might look like […]

April 2, 2015


The Agile Enterprise Needs Present & Connected Employees

Recently, I have been reading about organizational evolution. There are some great articles and insights out there, but the common theme running through all of them is that we face an unpredictable future and we need to be agile. The pace of change is accelerating, and the modern agile organization will need answers for three […]