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.
How to quickly capture share of the SD-WAN Managed Services market.
More Enterprises are looking to service providers to ensure their connectivity to cloud applications are reliable and secure. Do you have the resources needed to take advantage of this opportunity?
Farm Credit Mid-America innovates to boost rural prosperity
Farm Credit Mid-America leverages Cisco’s multidomain architecture and integrates access policies in the campus and the data center to create a secure lending platform that keeps personal data confidential by limiting its access only to authorized users.
Kolmar Korea sparkles in the competitive cosmetics industry
Cisco SD-Access policy-based segmentation, along with Cisco DNA Assurance, enabled Kolmar Korea to connect isolated R&D teams working on projects for different clients, even with explosive growth in employees and mobile devices.
Will we recognize Networking in 2 years? Exploring Networking Trends in Europe
What are the networking trends in Europe? This post details the findings in Cisco’s Global Networking Trends Report as it pertains to EMEAR.
Is Network Automation really an essential tool or just a buzzword?
Network automation can be a game changer for the modern, intent-based network, but only if that automation extend throughout the network. A Cisco DNA subscription and Cisco DNA Center do just that, effectively addressing your real network management needs.
City of Luxembourg builds on its storied heritage
Looking to modernize the city’s networking infrastructure and automate their facilities - ranging from schools, traffic lights, and sports stadiums - the historic city of Luxembourg chose Cisco DNA. With Cisco DNA, they were able to automate their operations, secure their services, and accelerate their transformation to a smart city.
Bringing Domains Together with Intent-Based Networking
Cisco’s multidomain integration is a new chapter in the intent-based networking journey with access and security policies that follow users and devices as network traffic traverses between domains.