global problem solvers
Calling All Global Problem Solvers: Enter Cisco’s 2018 GPS Challenge
We’re excited to announce that registration is now open for the second-annual Cisco Global Problem Solver Challenge.
The Price of Knowledge: dot Learn
dot Learn, first runner-up in our GPS Challenge, is a great example of how technology can enable greater opportunities for more people around the world.
3 Ways Cisco is Celebrating World Humanitarian Day
We join other organizations on World Humanitarian Day to pay tribute to aid workers who risk their lives in humanitarian service and rally support for people affected by crises around the globe.
Helping Others Find Their Voice: Project Vive
Project Vive is definitely a company to keep your eye on: the team just placed first in the 2017 Cisco Global Problem Solver (GPS) Challenge, taking home the Grand Prize of $100,000
Taking Steps Toward 1 Billion at Cisco Live US 2017
Cisco Corporate Social Responsibility's (CSR) goal is to positively impact 1 billion people by 2025 and at last week's Cisco Live US 2017, we took significant steps (literally) to get there!
Announcing the Inaugural Cisco Global Problem Solver Challenge Winners
Through the first-ever Cisco Global Problem Solver (GPS) Challenge, we are able to recognize the vision and accomplishments of social entrepreneurs who are students and recent grads.
Be an IT Superhero with Cisco CSR at Cisco Live US 2017
Cisco Live US 2017 kicks off on June 25, and Cisco's corporate social responsibility (CSR) initiatives to accelerate global problem solving will be on full display. We will have exciting opportunities for attendees to participate, win prizes, and become IT Superheroes.
Live #CiscoChat on June 21st — How IT is a Superpower for Solving the World’s Problems
Join us June 21 at 10:30 am PT for a Twitter chat to discuss real-world instances where technology has been an integral part of positive global change
Innovative Thinking and Technology: The Key to Solving Global Problems
Whether it is a local school, community group, or remote village in an underdeveloped country, smallholder farmers are the ecological gatekeepers to building a more sustainable and equitable food supply.