Cisco Network Upgrades Prepare Businesses for Grand Reopen
Cisco Systems is proud to announce new network products and upgrades that will enable a new edge to support increased throughput and privacy needs in an intent-based network ruled by simplicity and consistency.
IoT and the Network: What is the future?
How will you securely manage billions of IoT devices on your network? The 2020 Global Networking Trends Report provides the insight you need to understand the impact IoT devices will have on the network today and in the future.
Write policies for right segmentation
Group-based policy applications in Cisco DNA Center make securing your organization simple by effective network segmentation. AI endpoint analytics identifies and profiles endpoints, group-based policy analytics plots traffic graphically, and group-based access control defines, applies, and enforces policies.
Intent-Based Networking Innovations: 5 New Ways Cisco Helps IT Run Faster and Smarter
Learn about 5 new intent-based networking innovations that Cisco has designed to help you achieve more advanced insights and automation, and deliver more value to your business and IT.
The Importance of Hardware in a Software-Defined World
Cisco presented at the Layer ONE conference together with some other physical layer vendors, and highlights the importance of innovation in hardware, optics and programmable ASICs to run their Intent Based Network architecture.
Bottom-line to Top-line: Intent-Based Networks are Creating Business Value
A new IDC InfoBrief, sponsored by Cisco, describes how advanced networks enable the business. Read some key takeaways, then get the report: The Quantifiable Business Value of Advanced Networking
What are the top five new networking roles we’ll see in IT – and how will they help us today?
The 2020 Global Networking Trends Report identified five new networking roles that we will see in IT. In this blog post, we will explore those five new roles and discuss how you and your teams can prepare for the future.
Cisco DNA Center with Cisco 1800S Active Sensors: Better than Helpdesk Tickets Alone
San Jose State University deployed Cisco 1800S wireless sensors within Cisco DNA Center to measure and improve the user experience across their entire wireless network.
AI for Networking: Separating the Hype from Reality
AI is everywhere—but what is real and what’s just hype? We will dig into how AI can be used today (and in the future) in networking.