Cisco is the enterprise and telecom networking leader, but the company's expansion into new markets such as telepresence, collaboration, video conferencing and consumer electronics may be more notable. Cisco reloads well in an economic downturn, makes smart acquisitions such as Pure Digital, WebEx and Tandberg, and plots a long-term strategic vision well.
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Cisco has launched a new solution to guard businesses against intrusions and advanced persistent threats.
[UPDATE] Many networking products, including hardware, also run OpenSSL, the critical software component with a severe information disclosure vulnerability.
The company's security ecosystem will integrate with Cisco Internet of Things products, with the goal of providing developers a common platform to deliver solutions for public safety, utilities and industrial environments.
Another day, another enterprise IT giant cloud stack to ponder. Will Cisco's effort ring true or me too?
Cisco is joining rivals and will soon add "cloud computing" services to its enterprise customer portfolio.
Telstra is planning to launch a cloud-based managed Wi-Fi product in the hope that it will lead to many more businesses offering free public Wi-Fi in Australia.
Cisco is hoping that Australian IT managers will begin reinvesting after holding off spending in 2013.
The Linux Foundation's OpenDaylight Project conducted a third-party survey that found 95 percent of networking pros want open-source software-defined networking technologies.
Box has been making a number of leadership additions lately, not just only to the company's board but also establishing a collective of advisors from a diverse swath of industries and backgrounds.
Optus is aiming to cement its role as a service provider with new unified-communications-as-a-service and contact-centre-as-a-service offerings to businesses.
Telstra's new cloud partnership with Cisco will allow the Australian telco to compete with some of the bigger global cloud players.
The Ava 500, a telepresence robot from iRobot and Cisco, has exited beta. What remains to be seen is how employees adapt to remote management on the fly.
Cisco is offering prizes worth up to $300,000 for those who can solve security issues surrounding the "Internet of Things" concept.
"We’ve got not only a proliferation of attack vectors but also an advanced set of adversaries willing to innovate themselves,” according to the SVP of Cisco Security.
A total of six vulnerabilities in Cisco hardware and software products have been disclosed and patched by the company.