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Empowering Global Problem Solvers at Cisco Live US 2015

by Austin Belisle
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Right now, nearly 16 billion people, processes, data, and things are connected to the Internet. By the time this blog post goes “live”, that number will have surely increased. And by 2020, there will be more than 50 billion connections, as the Internet of Everything becomes a reality and changes the world around us.

Join Our Live #CiscoChat Events at Cisco Live!

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Cisco Live! is less than a week away, and we’re excited to announce that #CiscoChat is bringing you conversations right from the event floor. Whether you’re onsite or at home, you can participate in any and all of our social chats.

Why Latin America Should Embrace the Internet of Things

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This post was written by Jordi Botifoll, President, Cisco Latin America, and originally published by the World Economic Forum

New Analysis: America’s Largest Companies are Jumping on Clean Energy Bandwagon and Saving More Than $1 Billion a Year

Recent corporate renewable energy and greenhouse gas reduction efforts equivalent to retiring 15 coal-fired power plants
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Washington, DC, Jun 19, 2014 /3BL Media/ - The nation’s largest companies are leaving Washington gridlock on climate change behind and rapidly embracing renewable energy sourcing and greenhouse

International Networking Champions Descend on Silicon Valley

by Alexis Raymond
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On Monday January 13, 19 Cisco Networking Academy students from around the world will arrive at Cisco headquarters, where they will spend a week learning about the IT industry and making connections that could launch their careers.

Cisco Study Says Internet of Everything (IoE) Can Create Savings, Increase Productivity and Revenue for Governments Globally, While Improving Citizen Benefits

New Cisco study reveals $4.6 Trillion in Value at Stake for governments that embrace IoE
Press Release

LAS VEGAS, Jan. 9, 2014 /3BL Media/ – The Internet of Everything could generate $4.6 Trillion in value for public sector organizations over the next decade, according to a new study released by Cisco today at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES). The Internet of Everything (IoE) can help governments create value by saving money, improving employee productivity, generating new revenue (without raising taxes) and enhancing citizen benefits.  

Cisco's Ninth Annual Corporate Social Responsibility Report

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Improving access to healthcare in rural parts of the world. Developing technologies that can help reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Fostering diversity and ethical standards throughout our business and supply chain. These are some of the ways we are combining human collaboration and network technology to improve lives, build communities, and preserve the environment – we call it impact multiplied.

Annual Event Targets Untapped Resource: Our Military Veterans

by Thomas Bonner
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In America today there is a huge untapped resource that could dramatically improve the productivity of companies across the nation. Renewable energy? Tax breaks? No… It’s the 1 million military veterans returning to the job market. One million individuals who understand teamwork and leadership, have a proven ability to learn quickly, a strong work ethic, dedication, and the ability to work under pressure.

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Intel and Cisco: Blazing New Ground in Shared Value

by Greg Hills
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The early, emergent days of measuring shared value

An audience member asked me, “Is that all you’re going to present? Is there some more data here?”

I said, “That’s it. After all, it is the New Metrics for Sustainable Business conference.”

My response, while a bit flippant, reflected today’s reality. Early days. Emergent. When it comes to “measuring shared value,” most companies are in the nascent stages of understanding how to do it effectively.

Cisco Recognized by EPA as Green Power Partner of the Year

by Ali Ahmed
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Today, Cisco was recognized as one of only four organizations nationwide as a “Green Power Partner of the Year” by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.  This annual award recognizes the country’s leading green power users for furthering the voluntary green power market.  EPA presented Cisco with the award at an event held at the 2013 Renewable Energy Markets Conference in Austin, Texas.

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