community

October 5, 2016

DIGITAL AND SOCIAL

Innovative ways Systems Engineers are winning with Cisco dCloud

On August 22, 2016 Chris Dedicoat, Cisco’s Executive Vice-President of Worldwide Sales, took to the main stage at #CiscoGSX in Las Vegas and told the entire Cisco Sales force to “demo with dCloud!”. What happened next? I can tell you exactly what happened next, because I had duty at the dCloud booth. A lot of […]

June 30, 2016

CLOUD

Red Hat Keynote Open Source: the Forefront of Innovation

Though a long time IT guy and Cisco veteran, when it comes to Open Source, containers, really the future of data centers – I’m a newbie!  However, this has got to be one of the coolest times to enter this field. In the Red Hat Summit keynote session, Open Source: The Forefront of Innovation, I […]

April 6, 2016

OPEN AT CISCO

A BIGGER HELPING OF INTERNET PLEASE!

Written by David Ward, CTO of Engineering and Chief Architect, and Maciek Konstantynowicz, Distinguished Engineer; Chief Technology & Architecture Office For those that don’t want all the gory details, this is a short version of the longer blog conversation that can be found here. The longer blog goes into quite a bit of detail on the technology; […]

November 18, 2015

EXECUTIVE PLATFORM

Our Unique Focus on Making the World a Better Place

In a world of constant change, one thing that has remained consistent over my past 18 years at Cisco is that customers and government leaders truly believe in the transformative...

November 5, 2015

COLLABORATION

Cisco Champions: Why They Rock

As part of my job at Cisco, I get to spend time with Champions. Specifically, Cisco Champions. I learn a lot from them. The technical level of conversations and threads in Spark sometimes threatens to melt my brain cells, but I get great perspective on where their interests are and how they use Cisco technology to do what they do.

An Enduring Commitment to Strengthening Cisco’s Communities

It started one day with a quiet knock on a classroom door where I was volunteering. A student at Joseph George middle-school in East San Jose asked if she could continue building her solar car at lunch time. Soon, she was joined by a one friend, then another. Pretty soon, they would come three or […]