How Two Previous Cisco Interns are Leading the Way for Others
Years ago, Alisha and Mitch were Cisco Interns. Now they're leading current interns to show them the ropes at Cisco. Meet some of our Customer Experience interns here!
Susie Wee and Zeus Kerravala Talk Software Development on Cisco Platforms
Learn how the DevNet Specialization helps partners solve their customer's business problems and get recognized for their expertise with Cisco technologies and APIs.
Cisco’s new approach to sales
Today, Cisco still sells billions of dollars’ worth of networking gear, but the software enabling the hardware is an increasingly more important part of our business. It's all about delightful experiences, and it’s software that allows our customers to turn data generated by the hardware into actionable insights and new revenue streams. That's where the future of the company lies.
Getting more value from your endpoint security tool #5: Querying Tips for Vulnerability & Compliance
Orbital Advanced Search has an entire category of queries dedicated to Posture Assessments to validate patch management, ensure endpoints comply with current policies, and more.
What is the Future of Work?
The Future of Work is now. See what initiatives you need to invest in and how Cisco can play into the blueprint for action.
The New Networking: Building Relationships Through a Screen
Katy shares her tips on networking virtually during your internship.
Threat Roundup for July 17 to July 24
Today, Talos is publishing a glimpse into the most prevalent threats we’ve observed between July 17 and July 24. As with previous roundups, this post isn’t meant to be an in-depth analysis. Instead, this post will summarize the threats we’ve observed by highlighting key behavioral characteristics, indicators of compromise, and discussing how our customers are […]
Frost & Sullivan praises Cisco’s IoT security strategy with Global Leadership Award
Cisco IoT security has been recognized by Frost & Sullivan with Global Leadership Award.
Cisco Live Delivers Results in a Safe Way for Service Providers
On June 16-17, 2020 for the first time we held the 31st annual Cisco Live as an entirely virtual event. Our focus this year was “Possibilities”, where teams collaborated and showcased the importance of the digital journey throughout the event. Cisco Live 2020 had over 120,000 registered attendees spanning globally across our three sales and marketing regions: Asia-Pacific/Japan (APJ), Europe/Middle East/Africa/Russia (EMEAR), and Americas (AMER), exceeding our expectations and that of our partners and customers. It was an interactive experience with each presenter broadcasting from their home office, using Cisco WebEx technology.