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News Summary: Cisco announces Vidcast, a way to create and share short video messages that eliminate the barrier of time zones and help teams get time
News Summary ● 76 percent of consumers say their expectations of digital services have increased since the start of 2020. ● 60 percent of consumers
India, July 15, 2021: Bharti Airtel ("Airtel"), India's premier communications solutions provider today announced the launch of advanced connectivity
Situational Awareness and Location Intelligence Platform and Camera Analytics Solutions now available to Cisco Meraki Customers
News Summary: Cisco completes acquisition of Socio Labs, Inc. to expand Webex offerings beyond meetings, webinars and webcasts to include conferences
The world of work is changing — fast. But imagining what the future workplace will look like is less straightforward than you'd think. Hybrid work is here to stay, with 87% of employees expecting to work remotely at least part of the time.
Cisco’s security investments and acquisitions focused on secure access service edge (SASE), extended detection and response (XDR), and DevSecOps for the last three years.
The program aims to speed up Cisco's innovation in the collaboration space, starting with an asynchronous video messaging tool called Vidcast.
Cisco says its employees will work from home part of the time and be supported with its networking gear.
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Google and Facebook are requiring inoculations for worksites, but GE and Boeing aren’t. How companies are responding to the pandemic.