Human rights & technology: How Cisco works to respect & uphold human rights
In honor of International Human Rights Day, Mark Chandler, Executive Vice President and Cisco's Chief Legal Officer, reflects on how respecting human rights is not only the right thing to do, it's also good for our business.
Why human rights is a key technology issue
We’re keenly aware of both the potential benefits and risks of our technology. That’s why we’re working to integrate human rights into the development, marketing, and sales process.
Human Rights Must be Front and Center for Artificial Intelligence, IoT, and Privacy
Artificial intelligence and the internet of things have the potential to drive unprecedented productivity, reduce pollution, and improve human health. With the rollout of advanced, high speed wireless connectivity known...
Making Manufacturing Sustainable – Starting with Our Supply Chain
Imagine being able to see your key business metrics in real-time whether you are on the other side of the plant, other side of the country, or the other side of the world.
Commemorating UN Human Rights Day
Randy Pond is Cisco Executive Vice President of Operations, Processes, and Systems Today is the United Nations’ Human Rights Day and it was not so long ago that we witnessed the role of the social media revolution in the Arab Spring. This example of Internet-enabled communication in driving change illustrates the evolving impact of technology on […]
Cisco Releases 2012 CSR Report
Today, Cisco issued its eighth annual Corporate Social Responsibility Report. This document describes our efforts to use our technology and expertise to multiply our impact on people, communities, and the planet we live on. The fiscal year 2012 (FY12) CSR Report underscores Cisco’s approach and commitment to act responsibly, operate sustainably, and make positive contributions […]