Top 2019 Posts
Connected Bees Coming to Cisco’s Research Triangle Park Campus
We are excited to announce that Cisco has signed an agreement with Bee Downtown to install and maintain three honeybee hives on land adjacent to our RTP campus. Our “Connected Bees” will support the growing pollinator population in North Carolina, advance honeybee education across the region and contribute toward the largest pollinator corridor in the country.
Cisco ranks #1 in Gartner SD-WAN Equipment Market Share Report
Cisco was listed with the largest revenue in the recently released worldwide market share for SD-WAN equipment.
Cisco and Microsoft Have Come Together to Deliver a Better User Experience
Industry giants join together to drive open and seamless collaboration by building bridges between Cisco Webex Meetings and Microsoft Teams Rooms.
iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro: A Win for Users and Admins
Advanced capabilities in iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro, and features built through Cisco's strategic partnership with Apple, make the new models excellent devices both for users and businesses.
Fostering Diversity in Enterprise Networking Engineering
Even in human relationships, hard data is an eye-opener. When I joined Cisco’s Enterprise Networking Group, one data point was immediately concerning: we had gender imbalance, especially in leadership.
Cisco Intends to Acquire CloudCherry to Enhance Cisco Contact Center Portfolio
CloudCherry will augment Cisco's contact center portfolio with advanced analytics, rich customer journey mapping, and sophisticated survey capabilities in our cloud, hosted, and on-premises solutions.
There’s Only Life and How You Choose to Live it
Just five days before his wedding in 2016, Dustin was diagnosed with Leukemia. Through all of life's ups and downs, Cisco has been there through it all.
The Law of Conservation of Agility
Remember the law of conservation of energy which is one of the basic laws of physics and therefore governs the microscopic motion of individual atoms in a chemical reaction? This law states...
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.