#ConnectedConventions By the Numbers
If you’ve been paying attention to the news, you might have realized that the U.S. National Conventions happened last month. As the Official Network Provider for both the Republican and Democratic National Conventions, Cisco helped transform Cleveland and Philadelphia into mini smart, connected cities to help the conventions go off without a hitch. It wasn’t […]
Remote Classrooms: Connecting Two Schools in Japan
The Ministry of Education selected two middle schools to participate in virtual learning opportunities.
Kellogg School of Management Partners With Cisco to Provide Lifelong Learning Opportunities to Alumni
Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management was in search of an effective way to deliver education and leverage technology. Their solution? Cisco TelePresence.
Cisco’s Virtual Pediatric Network Connects Doctors to Cancer Patients
On January 28, 2015, Cisco launched the Virtual Pediatric Network (VPN) at the Children’s Hospital of Orange County (CHOC) Children’s Hospital Hyundai Cancer Institute in Southern California. The VPN, a Cisco Corporate Social Responsibility initiative, uses advanced Cisco technology to connect pediatric oncologists, genomic researchers, and bioinformatics experts, allowing them to collaborate closely in treating […]
What?! WebEx has Video?
I used to hate meetings. But we all know meetings are critical to running a business. They are basically the operating engine of a company. Meetings are just how people get work done… even though they are often boring and occasionally painful. Which is why I love WebEx. With WebEx, meetings are better: simpler, easier […]
Destination Diversity: Notes from the Road
Hello from the open road! The Civil Rights Museum on Wheels and I are currently en route to Atlanta, Georgia. It’s been an exciting trip so far – here’s what we’ve been up to: Day 1: The bus and I arrived at the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial in Washington, DC on Wednesday. Our special […]
Destination Diversity: Connected Bus Tour Makes History Come Alive
It all started with an idea: what if we could bring students from different schools in different parts of the country together to discuss civil rights issues?
Immersive Telepresence Still Enthralls on Tenth Anniversary
This October will mark the 10th anniversary of the immersive telepresence segment – one that we pioneered with the Cisco TelePresence System 3000 Series. And as if by kismet, on the eve of this tenth year, demand for immersive systems soared as never before. Just last month, we shipped the 1,000th IX5000 system, our latest-generation […]