A lot goes into running a highly successful enterprise IT organization. No longer just looked upon to just “keep the lights on”, IT is now expected to drive innovation and guide the business on how technology is a true business enabler. Our real-world experiences demonstrate a closer partnership within the business, commitment to cultivate talent, and a focus on the technologies that will shape our future success.
We use our technology to help us create new business processes and systems that increase productivity and competitive advantage, and improve the user experience.
Across the organization, we seek ways to connect the right data to convert to actionable insights and drive faster business outcomes.
Successful digital business starts with a solid, services-centric IT architecture. We use ours to bring IT and the business together to drive operational efficiency and business outcomes.
Can agility be delegated or outsourced? Or must it be cultivated by self and ingrained by leadership? Put your organization on the path to relentless improvement through continuous learning.
Customers often ask us whether artificial intelligence (AI) will be the kind of game changer that analysts are predicting. From what I’m seeing, the answer is an unconditional yes.
Cisco IT has for years prided itself on being the company’s first and best customer – using our own products early and sharing what we learn. What’s different about customer zero?
Software localization is often an afterthought instead of being embedded into projects from the start. In 2017, we started a localization project for the software-fulfillment process in our Tokyo office.