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Raakhee Mistry

Marketing Manager

CMO EMM Routing

Raakhee Mistry has been with Cisco for over 12 years, serving in product management, partner program and solutions marketing roles. She supports the Cisco enterprise routing and WAN optimization portfolio and desktop virtualization solutions, working with enterprise customers and partners on networking solutions that enable businesses to accelerate their migration to cloud computing. Raakhee received her MBA at Indiana University.

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June 28, 2016

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Discover How “Digital Ready” is Your Network at Cisco Live

The pace of change in business is accelerating so fast, that many IT professionals may not have fully recognized and internalized the enormity of the changes happening in the networking space right now. We’re talking about taking a huge leap forward in the way networks will be designed, deployed and managed compared to the last […]

Cisco Digital Network Architecture Benefits Business Automation

Automation is a key element in our Cisco Digital Network Architecture (DNA). The immediate –and let’s admit it, somewhat negative- association with automation is that the human element in production is almost entirely replaced by robots. While that might be a trend in certain manufacturing environments, IT Departments are not a production plant. Especially as […]

April 8, 2016

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Analysts Agree: Cisco DNA is a Game Changer – So, what does it mean for Network IT Professionals?

One month after the Cisco Digital Network Architecture (DNA) announcement, I’m reflecting on how different audiences responded to Cisco’s networking vision to make a monumental shift to an open, extensible and software-drive platform. Knowing the many man-years and woman-years of engineering innovation it took to bring this architecture to life, it is very exciting to […]

March 2, 2016

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Introducing Cisco Digital Network Architecture (#CiscoDNA)

My fellow networkers, it’s time for the network to take the center stage once again. Open APIs, Software Defined Networking (SDN), Network Functions Virtualization (NFV), etc. – are converging with evolving demands to usher in an exciting new phase of networking. And it shouldn’t surprise any of you that Cisco is playing a central role.

Mobilize to Digitize – Learn How at Cisco Live San Diego

As organization race to digitize their businesses, building a mobile strategy is a top priority. A mobile strategy is not just about building mobile apps, then calling it a day. Let’s take a look at these unsettling stats: Organizations are spending $270K per business app on average and yet only 46% of executives indicate adoption […]

December 16, 2014

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Video & Software Updates Don’t Need To Overwhelm Your Enterprise Network

Guest post from Lorenz Jakober Video growth is overwhelming the enterprise network We have all been there. At work trying to watch the live company all-hands video, or the latest training, or perhaps even the latest YouTube video. But all we end up with are pixelated videos that take forever to start and constantly re-buffer. […]

November 25, 2014

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Three-time winner! ISR 4000 Wins Tech Industry Award…Again

As the U.S. approaches the Thanksgiving holiday weekend, there are likely more than a few IT folks who are saying thanks for the ISR 4000 Series, and the challenges it has addressed. Over the past year, we’ve had over 1,000 customers deploy the ISR 4000 Series, and the industry has repeatedly validated the positive impact […]

September 30, 2014

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Hybrid WAN Requires Advanced Network Services

A few weeks back, Gartner analyst Bjarne Munch stated, “Internet and MPLS play an equally important role for enterprise connectivity. Network planners must establish a unified WAN with strong integration between these two networks to avoid performance problems.”[i] So, why should IT move to a hybrid WAN architecture? What are the benefits? #1 – Control […]

June 25, 2014

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Bandwidth Alone Will Not Solve Branch Application Performance

For years, many IT organizations have been addressing slow application performance by adding more bandwidth. With broadband speeds available at over 100 Mbps, and the future of Fiber-optic at 1 Gbps, you would think bandwidth would solve all our application problems. However, many organizations are quickly learning that bandwidth on its own is not the […]