Cisco Co-Innovation Centers are Giving Connectivity a Health-Check
Healthcare is something that, at one point or another, touches upon every single person – whether it’s their own health or that of older or more vulnerable relatives. Yet, across...
Fashion Meets the Internet of Things to Keep Women Safe
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Virtual Coffee through Cisco Tech
For Cisco Employee, Mitja, staying connected to his co-workers around the globe starts with a simple cup of coffee -- and a little bit of cisco tech magic.
My buddy the building: The incredible potential of connected premises
An intelligent building that reacts to the movements and behavior of its inhabitants might sound like the opening scenes of a sci-fi movie. But it’s not. And it could open up a whole new world of opportunities for service providers. The connected workplace offers countless possibilities. Imagine an office that reads facial expressions and reacts […]
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...
Cisco Education: Learn Without Limits
There’s no doubt that learning is changing. In the past, learning was constrained by time and place. We all might remember, fondly or not, the traditional...
IoT at Work: Connected Vineyards and More
The convergence of Operational Technology (OT) and Information Technology (IT) is becoming more important now than ever – and that sentiment was heard loud and clear at last week’s complementary Cisco Live Melbourne and Rockwell Automation ConnectED events. Held for the first time under the same roof, the two events provided a unique opportunity for […]
The Global STEM Alliance: Collaborative Education and Mentoring to Solve the “STEM Paradox”
The New York Academy of Sciences has recently released a report that redefines the global STEM crisis as a “STEM paradox”: there are sufficient numbers of STEM graduates, but low numbers of grads who are actually prepared for work, “brain drain” from developing countries and the lack of women in STEM fields makes it impossible […]