Cisco Laying Off 4,000+ Workers, Taking $600 Million Restructuring Charge

Cisco is the latest tech giant to engage in layoffs, cutting more than 4,000 staff and taking a $600 million restructuring charge.

General Dynamics, T-Mobile, AWS, Others Form 5G and Edge Coalition

General Dynamics, T-Mobile, AWS, Cisco, Dell Technologies, and Splunk have formed a coalition to accelerate 5G and edge adoption.

Cisco and Microsoft Partner to Bring Teams to Cisco Hardware

Cisco and Microsoft have entered an unlikely partnership, paving the way for Microsoft Teams to run as the default on Cisco hardware.

Cisco Breached by Ransomware Gang, 2.75GB Reportedly Stolen

Cisco was hacked by a ransomware gang in May, with the criminals reportedly stealing 2.75GB of data and trying to extort the company.

Cisco and GDIT Partner to Deliver Cisco Private 5G to Government Entities

Cisco and General Dynamics Information Technology (GDIT) are expanding their partnership in an effort to help government entities adopt Cisco Private 5G.

Cisco Wants to Fix Hybrid Work With Webex

Despite being a big supporter of hybrid and remote work, Cisco believes its current incarnation could use some work and is tackling the problem with new Webex features.

Cisco Webex Go Improves Mobile Experience for Hybrid Work

Cisco is launching its Webex Go phone service, designed to streamline hybrid and remote workers’ workflow, eliminating the need for multiple devices.

Cisco Is Working to Reinvent Itself, Much Like Microsoft

Cisco is working to reinvent itself and cash in on the modern shift to cloud computing, after years of being slow to adapt.

Cloud Giants Announce ‘Trusted Cloud Principles’

Microsoft, Amazon and Google have announced “Trusted Cloud Principles,” an industry initiative aimed at protecting customer rights in the cloud.

Cisco May Need to Open the Coffers to Remain Competitive

Analysts believe Cisco may have to spend big on acquisitions if it wants to remain competitive in a changing tech landscape.

Cisco CEO: Customers Preparing For Hybrid Work Model

“We are really seeing the impact of this hybrid work model,” says Cisco CEO Chuck Robbins. “We are seeing the preparation for hybrid work and the return to the office. Customers are absolutely believing this is going to occur and…

Employees Would Forgo $30,000 Raise to Work From Home

A new survey has qualified just how much employees want to continue working from home (WFM), to the tune of $30,000.

Google Previews Network Connectivity Center

Google has previewed its Network Connectivity Center, a tool to manage on-premise and cloud networks.

Real-Time Translation Coming to Cisco WebEx

In the battle for the videoconferencing market, Cisco has announced that WebEx will be gaining live translation for more than 100 languages.

Cisco Completes $4.5 Billion Acquisition of Acacia

Cisco has completed its acquisition of Acacia, closing a $4.5 billion deal that faced legal hurdles just months ago.

IBM Announces IBM Cloud Satellite, General Availability of its Hybrid Cloud Service

IBM has announced that its hybrid cloud service is now generally available to all clients, a major step in the company’s transformation.

Trouble in Paradise? Cisco Sues to Keep Acacia Deal Alive

Cisco has sued Acacia to keep its $2.6 billion acquisition deal alive after Acacia tried to back out.

Cisco Pulls the Plug on Smart Cities Business

Cisco has reportedly decided to pull the plug on its plans to build a business around smart cities.

Cisco Quarterly Results Beat Expectations on Services and Security

Cisco has announced its quarterly results, beating analyst estimates thanks to strong services and security.

There Are No People In Headquarters Right Now, Says Cisco CEO

We have a significant business that is related to corporate headquarter facilities and there are no people in those headquarters right now says Cisco CEO Chuck Robbins.