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At Enterprise Connect, Cisco (NASDAQ: CSCO) today unveiled new purpose-built, multifunctional devices that deliver modernized collaboration experiences to today’s hybrid workforce. The company announced the launch of the Cisco Board Pro G2, an AI-fueled and touch-enabled collaboration device and Cisco Desk Phone 9800 Series, designed to bring a modern and personalized productivity hub to any desk.

Cisco, the multinational technology conglomerate, has successfully finalized its purchase of Splunk, marking a significant stride towards offering unmatched visibility and insights across comprehensive digital landscapes. This acquisition is poised to redefine how organizations connect and safeguard their operations in an increasingly digital world.

In a significant move at the Mobile World Congress this year, Orange has taken a step further in its environmental initiatives by enhancing its partnership with Cisco. This collaboration is not new, as Orange Business has been distributing Cisco solutions for over two decades. However, the addition of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) brings a fresh focus on environmental transparency and the shared goal of reducing greenhouse gas emissions (GHGs).

In a significant development, Cisco and DISH Wireless have unveiled the testing phase of a pioneering network slicing technology designed for hybrid cloud setups. This cutting-edge solution, which leverages Cisco’s advanced hardware and software, promises to revolutionize how network traffic is managed, segmented, and optimized across different applications and use cases.

In a groundbreaking development, Cisco has announced the successful transmission of data at speeds of 800Gbps across the Amitié transatlantic cable. Stretching 6,234 kilometers from Boston, Massachusetts, to Bordeaux, France, this achievement marks a significant advancement in the capacity of subsea network cables, driven by the burgeoning demands of cloud computing and AI technologies.

Cisco’s Webex, a leading unified communications and collaboration platform, has become the first of its kind to achieve adherence to the EU Cloud Code of Conduct (EU Cloud CoC) Level 3. This significant milestone was reached after undergoing an independent third-party assessment and audit, which verified the platform’s compliance with all code controls.

NTT and Cisco collaborate in launching IoT solutions as a managed service, targeting sectors like manufacturing and healthcare. Combining expertise, they aim to enhance security, decision-making, and lower operational costs. With repeatable solutions, faster deployment and predictable benefits are possible, but customization is still necessary for unique requirements.

Spectrum Enterprise, a division of Charter Communications, Inc., has introduced Secure Access with Cisco Duo and Cloud Security with Cisco+ Secure Connect to its cybersecurity product portfolio. These two additions allow companies to offer safe and secure access to information and applications on private networks or public clouds to employees and other stakeholders. The new cybersecurity protections are integrated with the company’s managed network services portfolio, which includes Managed Network Edge and Enterprise Network Edge solutions. Managed Network Edge and Enterprise Network Edge are modular, all-in-one platforms that simplify the deployment and management of an organization’s network.  While each platform offers slightly different features, both provide routing, SD-WAN, switching, security, remote access, and LAN options. Layering on Secure Access with Cisco Duo and Cloud Security with Cisco+ Secure Connect provides clients with the full protection of a secure access service edge (SASE). Secure Access with Cisco Duo helps protect organizations…

According to Cisco’s first-ever Cybersecurity Readiness Index, just 15% of global organizations are rated to have the ‘Mature’ level of preparation required to be resistant to current cybersecurity hazards. The index illustrates where organizations are succeeding in cybersecurity preparedness and where deficiencies may worsen if global business and security leaders do not act.   The analysis assesses a company’s ability to sustain cybersecurity resilience in the face of new threats, and includes 19 distinct solutions across five basic pillars: identity, devices, networks, application workloads and data. In a poll of 6,700 private sector cybersecurity leaders from 27 markets, participants were questioned as to which of these technologies they had installed and the current stage of deployment. Businesses were then divided into four readiness stages: beginner, formative, progressive and mature.   More than half (55%) of companies polled worldwide are in the Beginner (8%) or Formative (47%) stages of cybersecurity readiness,…