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.
Security for the greater good
Cisco’s Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) efforts span far and wide. Learn how our security technology and expertise in particular play a key role in powering an inclusive future for all.
Solving the mental healthcare access problem with Modern Health
This year, we’ve faced simultaneous crises impacting our daily lives—COVID-19 pandemic, unemployment, racial injustices, natural disasters, and divisive politics. All of which have taken their toll on the mental health of many. But mental healthcare is still surprisingly hard to access.
Deploying World-Class Rural 4G/5G Networks Just Got a Lot Easier
Service Providers serving rural regions can now easily bring fast, reliable 4G/5G connectivity to their subscribers with the Cisco Cloud Services Stack for Mobility that provides best-in-class mobile packet-core solutions to expand their mobile footprint quickly and cost-efficiently.
Kiva: Celebrating 15 years of expanding financial access to underserved communities
In honor of Kiva’s 15th anniversary, we are taking a look at the impact our partnership has made to help power a financially inclusive future.
Artificial Intelligence’s Role in Building an Inclusive Future
Cat is a Cisco Intern with our Strategy & Innovation team, under Data & Analytics, and shares how she was able to contribute to empowering an inclusive future for all through AI.
Marketing’s Role to Empower an Inclusive Future for All
When our executive leadership team outlined Cisco’s purpose to “Empower An Inclusive Future For All” a year ago, I don’t think anyone of us could have predicted how relevant that purpose would be today.
Three Innovations to Bridge the Digital Divide in Rural Areas
Here in 2020, in the midst of a flourishing digital revolution, high-speed Internet connectivity is now within reach of practically everyone, everywhere, right? Not exactly. The high-tech future may be moving full steam ahead in cities and suburbs, but rural regions still face a huge digital divide. Fortunately, there’s good news on the horizon: connecting rural regions is getting easier and less expensive every year.
Closing the Rural Broadband Gap
The internet has changed nearly every aspect of American life. It has transformed how we shop, listen to music, learn, do business, bank… and connect with each other. With so many Americans now working or learning from home, our dependence on it has grown. Yet, in dark contrast to internet usage growth, the gap between those who have broadband access and those who do not is growing, too.