IoT in 2018: Time for Business
Leaders of IoT-focused teams at Cisco describe their predictions for the coming year, to showcase some of the challenges around more sensors and mobile devices, and more data streams.
When AI Joins Your Meeting
One of the best things about working at a company with Cisco’s resources is you get to blend fundamental technology research with macroeconomic trends. For example, the inevitable improvement of AI and collaboration technology, empowered by the global rise towards building distributed work teams, will lead to a revolution in how AI affects teamwork. Over […]
The Network for the Next Billion Devices: Cisco DNA Meets IoT
The explosion in the number of IoT devices demands both a stronger network and new device management solutions. That’s exactly what we just launched.
Cisco and Apple Announce New Features
It’s hard to believe it’s been a year since we unveiled initial customer solutions from the Apple and Cisco partnership. Here is a glimpse into what’s coming next from Apple and Cisco.
Cisco’s New IoT Platform Will Take Your Projects Past Proof-of-Concept
Every time a new technology comes along, companies aggressively kick off studies and pilot projects. A proportion of these first projects fail. Here's how to not kill your IoT project.
Changing the Game: Creating Intelligent, Conversational Interfaces
To really enable our customers to have more natural, conversational interactions in our enterprise collaboration tools, we realized that we’d have to do more do more of the heavy lifting.
Ramping Up Collaboration for U.S. Government Agencies
The Cisco Hosted Collaboration Solution for Government (HCS-G) is now FedRAMP-authorized, which is key to enabling secure collaboration among government agencies at the federal, state, and local levels.
Cisco Spark Board Wins “Best of the Best” Red Dot Award
We built Cisco Spark Board to radically improve what is an often miserable business process: holding a meeting. Our real reward is that people love this product.
The Best Meeting Never Ends
Engagement on the job comes not just from having interesting work, but from strong connections with co-workers.