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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A 300Gbps distributed denial-of-service attack thought to be the largest in the world has put key internet infrastructure to the test, and, so far, the attack has failed.
Cisco's latest world tech report hones in on IT managers, and the challenges and opportunities they see with all of this data.
Cisco is also a SolveDirect customer. SolveDirect will be lumped into Cisco Services.
Cisco led along a firm for six months over a potential lucrative partnership, despite already deciding to reject a deal, according to a collapsed patent licensing firm.
Ken Boal takes over from Richard Kitts, who is moving to a new role within the Cisco family.
With new Linksys products promised to roll out this spring, Belkin's focus for the unit is going to center around networking solutions for mobile devices and smart homes.
CTOs and engineers debate which new technologies are most likely to transform the way we live, work, learn and play in the decade ahead.
Cisco is projecting that the Internet of Everything has the potential to grow global corporate profits by 21 percent in aggregate by 2022.
Network giant Cisco has managed to save 25 percent per user in costs by shifting to a bring-your-own-device (BYOD) model, but the journey has many obstacles.
The amount of data that Australians are consuming over mobile networks is set to increase six-fold by 2017, with 4G leading the way, according to Cisco.
Telstra's Melbourne contact centre was the first to get ME Bank's virtual bank teller systems.
St Vincent's Hospital, Melbourne, is dipping its toes in BYOD, but conflicts with Microsoft and Apple compatibility will make it tough.
By 2016, the total amount of data generated by businesses will double, but most countries will actually decrease proportionally what they send over managed networks.
Telstra has partnered with Cisco to offer its unified communications products as part of its cloud service.
The most notable server battle was in the No. 4 position. Oracle's market share slide continued and Cisco edged into a statistical tie. IDC noted that this quarter was the first time Cisco broke into the top 5.