In the distant past, the professionals we refer to today as data scientists were primordial creatures who pieced together business intelligence from green and white striped dot-matrix outputs, deep in the basements of office buildings, to solve relatively esoteric actuarial problems. Fast forward – today’s data scientist or business analyst lives in a world of exponential data growth, sourced from all manner of sensors, computational devices, and repositories, and has the audience and ability to drive direct ROI on lines of business.Read More
Playing matchmaker isn’t typically considered a key to bolstering innovation, but for Cisco Investments, we see this as key to helping our portfolio grow. At Cisco Live Orlando, we shared how...Read More
Do you dread your interactions with Customer Service? Are you tired of identifying yourself, your problem and all your interactions with the product or services to multiple agents? Do you wish call...Read More
The recent data breaches at Equifax, Uber, Deloitte and Yahoo, are an indication of the ever-growing sophistication of hackers and cyberattacks. If this trend continues, breaches could be bigger,...Read More
When I worked at Cisco from 2005 to 2009, I was exposed to the early concepts of pooling compute resources and the emergence of what became cloud computing. I left Cisco to lead a company that built...Read More
4 entrepreneurs reflect on their decision to align with Cisco Investments and the pivotal changes in their companies after becoming part of the Cisco portfolio The amount of capital available for...Read More
Janey Hoe, Vice President of Cisco Investments, thrives on connections. Whether it's connecting companies with Cisco Investments or making connections for more diversity in tech, Janey is seen as a leader. Focus Magazine recently sat down with Janey to find out how she got her career started and what continues to drive her.