Five things that are bigger than the Internet: Findings from this year’s Global Cloud Index
The scale of the Internet is awe-inspiring. By 2021, there will be 4.6 billion people and 27 billion devices connected to the Internet, and Internet traffic will reach 2.8 trillion.
Coaching our Channel to Success in the Sports, Retail & Hospitality Industries!
Before talking to our channel partners about the retail, hospitality, sports and entertainment industries, we are sure to be clear on the latest industry trends, market research, and data.
Service Provider IoT Solutions Can Drive Digitization
A major opportunity exists for Service Providers to provide secure connectivity and signaling from IoT devices back to a multi-access core with unified policy, charging and service capabilities.
IPv6 Enables Global Mobile IoT Innovation and Proliferation
IPv6 enables global mobile IoT innovation and proliferation. See what Mobile Visual Networking Index (VNI) findings support this assessment.
Introducing DevNet Create Conference in May 2017
The application development landscape is changing. Innovation that has its roots in startups, APIs, cloud computing, containers and microservices is quickly making its way into the enterprise and into verticals such as manufacturing, healthcare, retail, and transportation.
Building Blocks for Your Own Innovation Disruption (Part 3)
Are you ready? It’s time to complete the foundation and launch your own innovation disruption—companywide. This is the last of my three-part series. I lay out the final three building blocks needed to shake up bureaucracies and turn them into startup-like cultures. To transform employees into entrepreneurs. To fire up innovation. And to jumpstart disruptive, […]
How Manufacturers are Unlocking the Value of Data
We explore how manufacturers are approaching digital transformation on a podcast with Scott Lapcewich, Vice President and General Manager of Customer Support and Maintenance for Rockwell Automation.
Cisco Entrepreneurs in Residence Accelerates its Momentum and Extends Corporate Venturing into New Technology Areas with …
Three-and-a-half years ago, an informal brainstorming session among a few us started a broader discussion on how we should co-innovate with the startup ecosystem, which eventually led to the creation of a new corporate venturing program for startups and scaleups - Cisco Entrepreneurs in Residence (Cisco EIR) - built on Cisco’s foundation of innovation and market opportunity.