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In April, this blog shared with you some of the excitement that has been building around Cisco’s Digital Network Architecture (Cisco DNA), the open, extensible, and software-driven architecture for digital business. While Rob Soderbery, senior vice president of the enterprise segment at Cisco, made it clear in the blog post that programming knowledge is not mandatory to take advantage of ... Read more

With all of last week’s big security news at Cisco—Global Cybersecurity Scholarship program, CCNA Cyber Ops certification, and CCIE Security v5.0—I’d like to provide some further security fuel for thought and motivation this week. And what better place to go for that than to TED Talks? We all love TED Talks, right? CSO, the IDG publication providing news, analysis, and ... Read more

Submission By: Tejas Vashi   Finding—and keeping—the cybersecurity talent required for today’s digital economy is a serious challenge. And it’s getting worse. Here at Cisco, we’re perpetually hearing from employers and hiring managers about their struggles with the growing cybersecurity skills gap. How bad is it? Well, the RSA Conference and ISACA’s State ... Read more

Perhaps the most dizzying data point coming out of this year's just-released Cisco Visual Networking Index is this: Globally, machine-to-machine (M2M) connections are projected to nearly triple from 4.9 billion in 2015 to 12.2 billion in 2020, representing 46 percent of connected devices. That's testament to the impact of the Internet of Things (IoT) upon IP traffic. "Applications such as video ... Read more

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