Cisco commits to eliminate paper documentation in product shipments by the end of 2021
Today, on World Nature Conservation Day and in support of our commitment to a circular economy, we are excited to announce that Cisco will eliminate all paper documentation included in product shipments by the end of 2021!
Prioritising digitisation will deliver jobs and a sustainable and green economy
Co-Authored by Pastora Valero and Cate Nymann The COVID-19 pandemic has created disruption and massive change at a scale and rate that many never thought was possible. But with change, even under heart-breaking conditions, can live opportunity. As we invest in reigniting growth, this is an opportunity to reinvent ourselves. We therefore welcome the ambitious blueprint […]
Creating a Zero Waste Campus at Cisco Raleigh
This Earth Day, Jeff shares how Cisco Raleigh is making moves to become a zero waste campus!
Waking Up to Follow a Dream
For World Wildlife Day, Cayla shares her story of checking off all the appropriate boxes for adulthood, but only being 'fine' with her career. Then, she decided to follow a dream which led her to Cisco and working with our Sustainable Impact Program.
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.
Cisco and innogy Develop Concept for Climate-Neutral Energy Supply
The joint project "SmartQuart" by innogy, the Co-Innovation Center Cisco openBerlin and eight other partners was selected by the Federal Ministry of Economics as one of 20 winners of the...
What’s old is new: Why Cisco wants its products back
Cisco is re-thinking the way we provide products and services to our customers. We want to reuse more of our equipment, so that we recycle less. We can also re-manufacture and refurbish the products we make, so and give them new life with more customers.