Seeing the Source: How Blockchain Can Improve Mineral Traceability
At Cisco, we believe that making the world a better place with our technology begins with how that technology is made. Like many companies in the electronics industry, our products contain metals such as tantalum, tin, tungsten and gold. We know that at some mines there are serious risks to human rights and the environment. We want to be sure that our products and the materials in them are ethically sourced.
Video: What’s So Special About Cisco Optics?
Next time someone claims that all optics are the same, point them here.
Cisco Receives Top Rankings from China’s Institute of Public & Environmental Affairs
This recognition is an accolade to the amazing efforts Cisco is putting into environmental supply chain management and our corporate social responsibility.
Approaching Innovation in Industry 4.0
Innovation doesn’t just happen in start-ups. Industry giants can produce high-impact, long-lasting innovation outcomes—especially when they do it together.
Blockchain’s potential to solve supply chain problems
During my first week at the MIT Sloan School of Management, we faced a challenge that would incite panic among students anywhere: a beer shortage. (Stay with me, I’m using...
Global Climate Action Series: Cisco Supply Chain Driving Positive Climate Action
We know that meaningful action is needed if we are going to help bend the curve of emission reductions towards 2020. Learn more about our supply chain efforts in FY19 and beyond.
Using Rapid Multi-party Innovation to Solve Wicked Global Problems
Keeping conflict minerals out of their global supply chain is a “wicked problem” for electronics manufacturers. Here’s how Cisco’s CHILL is exploring potential solutions.
Journey from Cisco Intern to Associate Sales Representative
Kelly shares how she was inspired to become a Cisco Intern, and why she chose to stay on full time as an ASR!