Bridge To Possible
Military Friendly: How Cisco Serves Those who Served
Cisco is proud to be military friendly by connecting with, supporting, and hiring veterans. Find out how we're helping veterans make the most of their skills as they transition to the private sector.
Charles Eckel Selected as Cisco Bridge Award Recipient
Learn more about how Charles introduced and revolutionized open source hackathons in Uganda.
It’s Time to Stop Predicting the Future. Instead, Let’s Create It.
From driverless cars to the world’s largest radio telescope, here's why we need to stop predicting the future, but instead create it.
Cisco Networking + iOS Gives Teachers More Time to Teach
When teachers in the City of Gothenburg were spending too much time troubleshooting IT problems, our #partner Apple worked to connect iPads to Cisco's WiFi network for more than 22,000 students.
How Verizon Earned Top Partner Honors in 2018
The Cisco and Verizon partnership serves as a best practices template for our service provider as a channel (SPaaCH) strategy globally.
Between where we stand today and where we go from here, there’s a bridge
At Cisco, we believe the true promise of inclusion and collaboration is to create a culture where all people are welcomed, valued, respected and heard. A culture where the full spectrum of diversity can fully participate in the business. A culture that empowers its people to accelerate social change and create thriving communities by supporting the causes they care about.
Being remote doesn’t mean you can’t be close
I am classed as a ‘remote worker,’ but I don’t consider myself remote - despite being eight time zones and over five thousand miles from headquarters. I have to ask myself, what does ‘remote’ really mean?
Amy Chang is Building Bridges: America’s Top 50 Women in Tech
Everyone at Cisco is overjoyed that Amy Chang, our Senior Vice President in the Collaboration Technology Group, has been named one of America’s “Top 50 Women in Tech” by Forbes.