Accelerate Data Lake on Cisco Data Intelligence Platform with NVIDIA and Cloudera
Cisco Data Intelligence Platform (CDIP) will soon offer full support of Apache Spark 3.0 with the Cloudera Data Platform and NVIDIA GPU. Cisco has collaborated with NVIDIA and Cloudera to develop this new feature. The CDIP on CIsco UCS is a private cloud platform that runs your data-intensive and artifiical intelligence workloads.
Application Networking on the Go
Modern applications are on a steep rise and application experience is the new customer experience for most businesses. Learn how application networking is enabling a cloud native world.
Giving sellers the intelligence they need to close deals
How do you turn CRM data into actionable intelligence for sellers? Cisco Venture Labs and AI startup, SetSail, collaborated to solve this challenge.
The Bots That Stole Christmas
When mobile phones were coming of age, everyone would say “there’s an app for that!” Nowadays, the phrase is quickly becoming “there’s a bot for that!”
The Why of AI and ML
While artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) have been in the spotlight in recent years, the central questions around them have focused more on what they are and how they’re used. While these are important questions, it’s time that we shift the conversation to why we need AI and ML so we can better understand the roles they play in our lives.
Virtual People Leaders – Give Your Best with Webex
At Cisco we believe that better leaders make better teams. Here are a few ideas that I’ve learned that you can use to be a 10x better virtual people leader for your team.
Cisco Collaboration Integration with Theta Lake Helps Protect Customers in the Remote Work Era
Cisco partners with Theta Lake to provide security & compliance for modern collaboration, helping employers and employees stay protected in the new hybrid/remote work era.
Defense in Diversity
Security has favored “Defense in Depth” as the dominant strategy. As we enter the world of automated workloads at internet-scale, it is clear that “Defense in Diversity” wins over depth.