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February 8, 2018

LIFE AT CISCO

Ten Years at Cisco

Toneya shares her Cisco Story, on how far she has come in 10 years as a woman in tech, and learning to "lean in".

Seeing the Connected World Through the Eyes of Children

Creative. Problem Solver. Team Player. These could easily be a part of a job description in LinkedIn, but for me these words describe the group of 5th and 6th graders I had the privilege to meet last week. Through a Cisco volunteer program called Programa Escuela, elementary school students have the opportunity to learn firsthand about the […]

Breaking Down Barriers to Children’s Healthcare in Brazil

This week, Cisco launched its newest CSR program – Connected Healthy Children – Brazil. Much of the Brazilian population lives far away from major cities, so distance can pose a real barrier for children who need specialized medical care. For example, 41 percent of all infants under age 1 and 90 percent of newborns with […]

Cisco Technology Allows for Virtual Visits with Medical Specialists

Amanda Spencer’s young son, Jonathan, needs specialty medical care that isn’t available in the family’s hometown of Monterey, California. But through Cisco HealthPresence technology, Amanda and Jonathan can meet with a pediatric urologist at Stanford University, 80 miles away, without even leaving Monterey. “In Monterey, it’s a small town and we really don’t have enough […]

Tune In, Turn On And Meet Your Doctor

This blog was originally posted on the Huffington Post We are now witnessing children’s health care expanding across the nation with advancements in video-based networking and collaborative technologies. A virtual visit by a renowned pediatric specialist at your local clinic is now becoming a reality in a growing number of communities. As one in five […]