Cisco's end-to-end network is made up of systems that address the unique needs of each place in the network, connected by a common infrastructure. These systems help us speed new technology deployments. Reduce IT staff needs. Protect network and data integrity. And improve employee productivity and experience.
Cisco IT provides workers with highly secure, easy access to the corporate network from anywhere, at any time, on any device.
A secure, integrated network reduces operating costs and eases management. With it, we can respond to and roll out new business initiatives efficiently.
When I was a kid, about two weeks before each school year started, my parents would take me shopping for clothes and school supplies. As a pre-teen I wasn’t exactly enthused about these trips, but one shop – a shoe store – always had my undivided attention at checkout time.
The office comms room (network distribution or server rooms) can often become an “out of sight, out of mind” storage closet for old equipment, file boxes, even bicycles and other personal items.
Cisco recently revamped a small, outdated retail space on its main campus in San Jose, CA. More than just rebuilding a store, they reimagined the shopping experience- implementing technologies that make the space easier to shop, easier to run, and capable of learning from customers. The result is a retail store of the future.
To increase network performance, Cisco IT is installing the #Catalyst9000 series solution. Sanjeet Sharma, a recent University graduate and Network Engineer, has been tasked to install the pilot program to ensure a successful deployment. This is another great example of Cisco IT acting as Customer Zero. By deploying on a parallel network, IT can learn about real world challenges within the company and get a first-hand perspective of what #Cisco customers experience.
We go behind the scenes to track a real life product deployment in Charlotte, NC with a few members of our IT staff. In this Cisco Sales office, IT is upgrading the wireless access points to the new Cisco Aironet 4800 access points.