Cisco Blogs

Better Services and a Safer Data Center: Tetration in Action at UNC – Charlotte

- March 8, 2018 - 0 Comments

At the end of the day, technology is at its best when it’s helping people – empowering them to accomplish their goals. Whether that’s members of my team envisioning new products or supporting our current ones – or customers doing more with less and being smarter in their business – that’s when I feel that we’ve done our job here at Cisco.

So anytime I get the chance to see first-hand how our technologies are improving their lives, I leap. This time I traveled to the University of North Carolina – Charlotte (UNCC) to see one of our newest products – Tetration – in action.

It’s a great example of bringing value to the front lines – helping their IT organization better deliver services to the thousands of UNCC students and keeping their data center network safer.

To learn more about UNC-Charlotte’s implementation, watch Cisco Goes Back to School With Tetration where Steve Saunders from Light Reading interviews me and Jesse Beauman, Assistant Vice Chancellor for Enterprise Infrastructure, UNC-Charlotte.

For the latest news on Tetration’s security features for workload protection, visit Steve Saunders interview with me from Mobile World Congress: Cisco Tetration – Improving Data Center Security.


Leave a comment

We'd love to hear from you! To earn points and badges for participating in the conversation, join Cisco Social Rewards. Your comment(s) will appear instantly on the live site. Spam, promotional and derogatory comments will be removed and HTML formatting will not appear.