No company is in a better position to unlock the power of digital-ready networks to help businesses be more efficient, secure and innovative than Cisco. With over 80 percent of the world’s data running on its networks, Cisco has always been capable of seeing the who, what, when, where and how of every single byte of data that flows across it. But companies were never able to access it, let alone leverage it as a context to automate.
Cisco’s new intuitive network is “in essence, a machine learning at scale, so smart that it can find the proverbial needle in the haystack, whether it is a network problem that impacts a user or a potential threat,” enthuses Brink Sanders, managing director, software and network transformation at Cisco.
Find out how visibility is the key to transition to digital-ready networks in this article titled “Cisco Gears up for Transition to Digital-Ready Networks”.
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This post may contain excerpts from an article entitled “Cisco Gears up for Transition to Digital-Ready Networks” published in The Business Times on 11 October, 2017.