Posts tagged “Cisco”
Startups looking for potential investors will have a one-on-one opportunity with Bull City Venture Partners and Cisco at a "pitch" event coming in February.
Analysis: Cisco's latest earnings report demonstrates a growing focus on software will benefit the company over the long term, but for now, hardware remains the big sales driver, says Technology Business Research Analyst Michael Soper.
Analysis: Cisco services revenue grows for 54th consecutive quarter as the company focuses on Security, IoT and collaboration efforts to expand portfolio.
The North Carolina Technology Association (NCTA) hosted the NC Tech Awards on Thursday, November 10, 2016 at the Raleigh Convention Center, recognizing organizations and individuals that have demonstrated excellence in technology and business.Winners included Red Hat, AvidXchange, Stealz, Cisco, SciQuest and other top regional tech firms.
Cary-based SAS is ranked No. 2 in the 2016 World's Best Multinational Workplaces list from the Great Place to Work institute. Rankings are based in large part on survey responses from employees.
Cisco continues its binge of acquisitions under CEO Chuck Robbins, buying collaborative software firm Worklife.
Zorawar Biri Singh, named chief technology officer at tech giant Cisco just 15 months ago in one of the first executive moves made by new CEO Chuck Robbins, is leaving. The departure is the latest in a series of engineering executive departures under Robbins.
Want more proof that the Internet of Things has moved from hype to reality? A new report from Technology Business Research says that IoT ecosystem revenues soared 18 percent year-over-year to $6 billion in the second quarter with IBM leading the way However, IaaS limits growth in hardware infrastructure.
As competition in the cloud intensifies, tech giants Cisco and Salesforce are joining up in an effort to drive more sales across a variety of products, including cloud, Internet of Things and collaboration.
Just two weeks after disclosing plans to cut 5,500 workers as part of a pivot away from its traditional hardware focus, Cisco on Tuesday said it plans to buy two-year-old cloud-focused startup Container X.
Analysis: Cisco this week announced plans to cut 5,500 jobs as the networking giant continues to pivot from its traditional networking hardware reliance to software and services. Those revenues have grown for 53 consecutive quarters. Technology Business Research analyst Elitsa Bakalova takes a look at what's happening.
Analysis: Cisco is cutting 5,500 jobs as part of a transition toward an increasing reliance on software, not hardware. Notes Technology Business Research analyst Patrick Filkins: "Monetizing software solutions will help Cisco mitigate the negative impact that virtualization is expected to have on its network and IT hardware businesses."