The New Citizen Experience
More so than ever, people are counting on their government leaders to continue serving in their best interests. Government must now look ahead to the digital experiences that their citizens will need in a post-pandemic world.
Proximity: Be Courageous and Take Action
Ask yourself, when was the last time you were vulnerable, transparent, and authentic with someone different than you at work or in your personal life? Did it unlock new conversations or inspire others to action?
No Place but Home: The Network and The New Normal
As we begin to reflect on a very challenging year, it is also time that we look ahead to the future. It's never been more apparent that we must remove barriers to equitable access. Join us as we discuss the need for a new network model that fits our new reality.
Cisco’s Sustainability Speaker Series focuses on environmental justice
We hosted the second part to Cisco’s annual sustainability speaker series for Cisco employees and contractors, called SustainX. This second part focused entirely on environmental justice.
People Behind CSR at Cisco: Dedicated to giving back
As a Community Impact Manager at Cisco, Ajay Gopal is dedicated to giving back, supported by the belief that businesses can be a force for good. His continued leadership reflects his convictions within Cisco’s approach to CSR.
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.
Knowledge is priceless: A Cisco Engineer’s journey from Rwanda to the United States
Cisco Engineer Alphonsine Imaniraguha Anderson shares how education played a key role in transforming her life. Now she is giving back through her own nonprofit.
Social Impact at Cisco Live US 2020: Powering an Inclusive Future
Cisco Live US had its first global digital event on June 16th and 17th. This year's event focused on “possibilities,” and how technology can help to solve the world's problems.
Building on our commitment to help the most vulnerable during the global pandemic
Cisco has always supported nonprofits that help the most vulnerable members of our communities. Our COVID-19 response is no different, with over $50 million in contributions to nonprofit partners focused on helping those who are homeless, displaced or at risk, those experiencing hunger and food insecurity, as well as those on the front lines.