technology

Women Rock-IT: Accelerate Your Start-Up with Emotional Technology

This blog was guest-written by Kathy Xiaosi Gong, CEO and co-founder of WafaGames. She’ll be guest-speaking during the “Social Entrepreneurs Using Tech to Solve Global Problems” session of the Women Rock-IT series on November 16th.

October 10, 2017

HEALTHCARE

Health IT innovations come to life at virtual event

After a while, all of the hopeful press on futuristic health technology can start to feel like, well, hype. Breathless headlines touting telemedicine, artificial intelligence, and related technologies sound cool—but somewhat disconnected from reality. Last week, these perceptions were shattered during our virtual event, “Digital Health Across the Continuum of Care.” On Tuesday, October 3rd, […]

October 9, 2017

EDUCATION

Professional Development for Educators is About Creating Magic

Ymasumac Marañón Davis is an educational consultant, intuitive life coach and author. This blog is the third in a series around access. All thoughts are her own.  I am often invited to visit schools that have received awards because of high ratings in their use of educational technology and as innovative learning centers. This always […]

Cisco & Women: Transforming the Entertainment Industry One Award at a Time!

My rockstar team is executing a clear, open, and productized strategy for this space. We call it the Media Blueprint, the foundation of which is an end-to-end ecosystem approach which is a strong challenge to point-providers who do not have that vision.

August 3, 2017

EDUCATION

Shifting Perceptions in Technology to Drive Change in Learning

The cloud and mobility have caused whole industries to rethink how they conduct business. Education is no exception to this shift in culture.

June 7, 2017

GOVERNMENT

Parents in Prison: How Cisco is Helping Families Stay Connected

“When I was growing up in Indianapolis, we didn’t have a lot of money. We weren’t exactly poor, but then again, we never vacationed at Disneyland. Maybe Rock City . . . the Smoky Mountains – or Kings Island if we were lucky. But even then it was just for a weekend. So when our […]