Inside Cisco IT
Journey to a software-defined access fabric network, part 2
In this two-part blog series, Travis describes Cisco IT’s motivations for shifting to a software-defined access fabric network and our guiding principles for implementing Cisco Software-Defined Access (SD-Access), along with lessons learned and outcomes achieved thus far.
Measuring the impact of a software-defined access fabric network
Joel explains the value framework Cisco IT created to measure SD-Access’s impact, along with outcomes achieved to date.
Journey to a software-defined access fabric network, part 1
Network demands have been increasing. Shifting to an SD-Access fabric network will help!
Five ways we’re improving telework with SD-WAN and telemetry
Telework is common now. Learn five tips to improve the experience.
Cisco DNA Center Cloud roundtable: first impressions from our Customer Zero system engineers
In collaboration with Dean Sanders Sometimes Cisco IT makes changes with a huge impact on operations, like deploying Cisco DNA Center. Sometimes we make an already good thing even better. Cisco DNA Center Cloud falls in that category. We’ve been using Cisco DNA Center on premises since 2018 (story here). In late 2020 we started […]
Putting time to good use as we stay at home: Cisco employees’ stories
We caught up with a few of our Customer Zero employees to find out what they’ve been doing during the lockdown, and how they used Cisco's Time2Give paid time off program to volunteer and make a positive impact in their communities.
3 ways Cisco DNA Center and ServiceNow integration makes IT more efficient
Today’s highly complex and dynamic networks create demands that often exceed the capacity of IT operations teams. Within Cisco IT, we are meeting these demands by creating integrations between Cisco DNA Center and ServiceNow.
Managing a safer return to work with Cisco DNA Spaces — An early report
As pandemic restrictions ease, we’re working to manage a safer return to the office. Our strategy includes monitoring workspace density using Cisco DNA Spaces in 20 Cisco offices, including several in Asia Pacific and Europe. Here are our experiences after the first few months, and what’s ahead.