“May we borrow a router, please?”
Cisco Security Consulting Engineer for our Customer Experience team, Mark Pleunes shares how one simple question resulted in Cisco's involvement with the Alpe d’HuZes event, and how he took his participation to the next level.
How our employees help us do our part for the environment
When it comes to Cisco’s environmental initiatives, employee engagement is key. We educate employees on environmental issues through existing engagement channels and get employees on board with implementation.
Trout Fishing with Cisco’s Cross-Architectural Sales Plays
The main objective of the Cross-Architectural Sales Plays is to arm you, our partner sellers, with a set of resources that help you lead customers on a journey rooted in validated outcomes.
What is the second fundamental element you need for a multicloud-ready network?
In part one of this 3-part series, I shared some thoughts about how you can simplify your network for consistently deploying, managing and securing workloads across a multicloud environment. This time around I would like to look at how users and devices access these distributed applications and workloads with the security and performance they need.
Waste management innovation: making the impossible possible
People piled trash in streets, causing filth and disease. While people blamed the government, Nivedha knew there was a solution to sort and recycle all waste and clean the streets.
The Joy of Deal-Making: From Sports Cards to Investments and Acquisitions
Derek Idemoto, recently named SVP of Corporate Development and Cisco Investments, shares how he has the best job in the world – managing a team of domain experts, partnering with business unit leaders on strategy, and engaging with venture capitalists, investment banks, entrepreneurs and founders.
Life lessons: Public charter school finds new ways to connect with at-risk youth
Technology plays an important role in how one charter school teaches at-risk youth. The Life Learning Academy provides an indispensable support system as its students work toward their goals.
A recipe for industrial security: A dash of IT, a pinch of OT, and a sprinkle of SOC
I like to cook. And if you enjoy it, too, you know that sharing the kitchen can bring a set of challenges. The more cooks there are in the kitchen, the more things can become contentious. But, if one person works on an appetizer, another on the main course, and a third on dessert, the […]