Cisco Catalyst 2960-X Series switch

March 9, 2017


Cisco and Australian College Bring Classrooms to the Home

For many people, learning is best done in the classroom. But what if, either because of illness or geography, a student can’t be in the classroom? The next best thing is creating a connected learning environment. At Australia’s Open Access College (OAC) in Adelaide and Port Augusta, more than 200 instructors are leading lessons to […]

March 7, 2017


Cisco and Watkins Glen Take Back Wasted Time

Wasted time. We’ve all experienced it. From waiting in line at the DMV to sitting in traffic, when we’re stuck in neutral through no fault of our own. It’s frustrating and we’d all love to be doing something more constructive with our time. This isn’t just an experience that is unique to adults, it happens […]

March 3, 2017


Cisco DNA Makes Wales Hospital System Faster and Safer

It doesn’t matter what industry you’re in, the most important resource that an organization possesses is time. When you save time, you’re saving more than just money and nowhere is that more evident than at a hospital. The Abertawe Bro Morgannwg University (ABMU) Health Board in Wales is using Cisco’s Digital Network Architecture (DNA) to […]

October 5, 2016


By Opening their Workspace with Cisco, Cybozu Finds Balance

Cybozu, a Japanese-based information system service company, wanted an open workspace where their 300 plus employees would stay connected. The company wanted a network where workers had a place to share ideas with one another while also offering the flexibility to work from satellite offices or from their homes. Cybozu embarked on an office renovation […]

August 11, 2016


Cisco Installs Healthy Wireless Network in UK Hospital

With life and death situations occurring nearly every hour, working in a hospital can be an extremely difficult business. How about working in a hospital with out-of-date WiFi infrastructure that routinely broke down once or twice a month? That’s almost impossible. This was the situation that was facing the United Kingdom’s Milton Keynes University Hospital […]