Cisco DNA Center with Cisco 1800S Active Sensors: Better than Helpdesk Tickets Alone
San Jose State University deployed Cisco 1800S wireless sensors within Cisco DNA Center to measure and improve the user experience across their entire wireless network.
Will we recognize Networking in 2 years? Exploring Networking Trends in Europe
What are the networking trends in Europe? This post details the findings in Cisco’s Global Networking Trends Report as it pertains to EMEAR.
Software Driven Vertical Outcomes
Cisco's software innovations can enable key business outcomes in diverse industry verticals such as manufacturing. This blog explores one such use-case that leverages Cisco's infrastructure, location analytics and automation solutions.
City of Luxembourg builds on its storied heritage
Looking to modernize the city’s networking infrastructure and automate their facilities - ranging from schools, traffic lights, and sports stadiums - the historic city of Luxembourg chose Cisco DNA. With Cisco DNA, they were able to automate their operations, secure their services, and accelerate their transformation to a smart city.
Bringing Domains Together with Intent-Based Networking
Cisco’s multidomain integration is a new chapter in the intent-based networking journey with access and security policies that follow users and devices as network traffic traverses between domains.
REWE retail group discusses business value of AI/ML in enterprise networking
How can you quantify the real business value that customers are seeing from AI/ML technology in Cisco DNA Center? In a video case study, the IT staff of REWE Group, one of Europe’s largest supermarket chains, breaks it down.
Drag and drop your way to network segmentation
No more segmentation procrastination! Use Cisco DNA solutions to easily segment the network in your campus, branches, and extend it up to your data center and cloud. Provide the enhanced security, better access control, improved monitoring, and faster containment you need with policy-based drag and drop simplicity.
Network control for the digital age
To meet the demands imposed by digital transformation, enterprise networks are increasingly complex and rapidly exceeding the abilities of humans to manage them effectively. Network controllers, following intent-based networking principles, automate management processes, minimize manual efforts, and make the network work in lockstep with business needs.