How Cisco IT reduced Mean-Time-to-Resolution with Cisco Nexus Dashboard
The “ops of the future” require a proactive and predictive operational approach that aligns people, processes, and technology. The keys to this are a network and an operational infrastructure that provide automation, self-healing, and enhanced visibility to reduce mean-time-to-know (MTTK).
Hybrid work: what’s possible when 3 key domains come together
Cisco’s hybrid work evolution has generated tangible benefits in several key areas. These results prove that when three domains – HR, IT, and Facilities – come together, they enable the hybrid working model to reach its full potential.
A bridge to uniform networks
Cisco IT’s C-Bridge product provides a quicker, more secure network transition for acquired companies. It allows Cisco’s internal IT and InfoSec teams to improve time to access for new employees, maintain a stringent security posture, and reduce the cost of integration for acquisitions.
Giving sick children a direct line to Santa in the North Pole
It's so difficult to bring that Christmas sparkle to families and sick children outside the warmth of their own homes. Queue Connected Santa.
Inclusive Collaboration: Making Webex Accessible to All Users
Understanding disability and how to make daily experiences accessible are two things I strive to do. Fifteen percent of people around the world have a disability.
How Cisco IT is solving multi-cloud management: a single pane of glass
With continued growth in the consumption of cloud services, enterprises now face the newest challenge — managing multiple public and private cloud deployments. Learn how Cisco IT approached the development of its solution for managing multi-cloud, controlling costs, and giving internal customers greater visibility and control.
Simple way to measure user experience? ThousandEyes on Raspberry Pis
Before moving an acquired company’s offices onto our corporate WAN, we had to measure the user experience on their network to make sure we could meet or beat the performance. The tricky part? We didn’t have network access. Read how we did it with ThousandEyes.