Cisco’s continued journey to net zero
Cisco’s SVP of Corporate Affairs, Tae Yoo, has seen our commitment to environmental sustainability grow over the years. Learn more about Cisco’s new net-zero emissions commitments.
Announcing the Cisco Global Problem Solver Challenge 2021 winners
Tae Yoo, SVP of Corporate Affairs at Cisco, announces the winners of the fifth annual Cisco Global Problem Solver Challenge.
Investing in a regenerative and sustainable future: Cisco Foundation adds new focus on climate solutions
The Cisco Foundation is committing $100 million over ten years to fund nonprofit grants and impact investing in climate solutions. Learn more from Cisco's SVP of Corporate Affairs, Tae Yoo.
Powering an inclusive future through corporate social responsibility
Our 2020 Corporate Social Responsibility Impact Report details our progress toward powering a more inclusive future for people, communities, and the planet.
Cisco to Award $1 Million USD in Prizes to #TechForGood Startups
The 5th annual Cisco Global Problem Solver Challenge is underway. We are awarding $1M USD in prizes to early-stage tech entrepreneurs who are solving the world’s toughest problems.
Announcing the Cisco Global Problem Solver Challenge 2020 Winners
The Cisco Global Problem Solver Challenge awards startups working towards driving economic development or solving a social or environmental problem.
Building on our commitment to help the most vulnerable during the global pandemic
Cisco has always supported nonprofits that help the most vulnerable members of our communities. Our COVID-19 response is no different, with over $50 million in contributions to nonprofit partners focused on helping those who are homeless, displaced or at risk, those experiencing hunger and food insecurity, as well as those on the front lines.
The Internet is more critical than ever. Now is the time to close the digital divide.
I’ve always believed that universal broadband internet access is a human right – just as important as food, shelter and water – that when fulfilled, enables individuals to help themselves succeed in the information economy. As the COVID-19 pandemic moves us deeper into a digital world, accessing education, establishing and maintaining a livelihood, and obtaining government and other critical services are being forced online.