Techno-Conservation: Converging on a Modular Reference Architecture
Techno-Conservation, a new coined term that establishes an intersection between technology and conservation, is also a purpose-led action that strengthen our shared values on how we make a sustainable impact. Cisco's innovation programs, resources and technology aim to combine a multidisciplinary approach in applying technology towards solving the biggest challenges affecting our planet and all its inhabitants, by co-innovating and creating an effective technology that protects our ecosystems and species.
Heading home from Cisco Partner Summit 2019
Heading home from Las Vegas and closing out Cisco Partner Summit 2019, but there's still plenty of buzz this week!
Black Belt Academy: Fortifying Partner Success
In today’s complex and evolving technology landscape, Cisco and our Partners must remain relevant, competitive, and profitable. See how the Cisco Black Belt Academy helps sales and engineers learn Cisco’s competitive advantage.
Using CESA to Solve Endpoint Blindness for a World Class InfoSec Team
Cisco Endpoint Security Analytics (CESA) Built on Splunk brings together the endpoint behavioral visibility of Cisco’s AnyConnect Network Visibility Module (NVM) and the data transformation power of Splunk analytics.
Find What Your Endpoint Anti-Malware is Missing with CESA Built on Splunk
Splunk’s analytics-driven security solutions are a perfect complement to Cisco Security. This partnership has generated CESA Built on Splunk, which is a solution unlike anything available in the industry.
It’s Time to Stop Predicting the Future. Instead, Let’s Create It.
From driverless cars to the world’s largest radio telescope, here's why we need to stop predicting the future, but instead create it.
Partnering for Transformational Outcomes
What do Tanzania and Customer Experience have in common? Matt parallels his family adventure with driving customer experience go-to-market for Cisco Partners.
Techno-Conservation Part One: A Symposium Bringing Together Conservationists, Technologists, and Academics
Cisco and Ecole Polytechnique hosted 22 speakers and 89 academics, technologists, and conservation industry experts to share how digital technologies are used and could be applied to benefit wildlife conservation.