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APIC-EM: The Evolution From Traditional Management to SDN-led, Policy-based Automation

The acronym SDN (Software Defined Networking) has been around for a while yet is still one of those concepts that mean different things to different people. At Cisco when we started the SDN journey for the Campus and Branch we … Continue reading

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Leveraging Spark as an Intern, Startup Growth Hacker, Troublemaker & Son

Here is my story as to why Cisco Spark is not a tool only for companies and business professionals but everyone. Cisco Spark was not a self-sought out discovery on the App Store. It was a mandatory tool we had … Continue reading

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Why is an internship at Cisco Canada awesome? You Get to Make a Meaningful Difference.

Chatting over coffee this morning, we realized sadly over Americanos that only 10 days remained in our Cisco internship experience. In a flurry of account planning, pivot tables and WebEx meetings, the entire four months had flown by. Although we’ve … Continue reading

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Cisco IoE Innovation Centre Toronto: Building our Innovation HQ

The idea of thought leadership — putting forth new ways of thinking around how to leverage the connection of devices, machines, and things — will be a major focus at the Toronto IoE Innovation Centre. In general, Cisco IoE Innovation … Continue reading

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Kangaroo Farts and the Teachable Moment

Author:  Sabrina Greupner is the Ontario Science Centre’s Cisco Science Fellow for Innovative Learning Technologies. This is Cisco’s first museum-based fellowship. As any adult who’s ever tried to hold the attention of a group of children knows, nothing can derail … Continue reading

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A Torch Bearer is a Local Hero

Torch Bearers represent individuals that have proven to be a local hero. What are some of the challenges you had to overcome? My name is Brianna Buckle and I’m 1 of 200 people in the world with the rarest heart … Continue reading

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Representing Canada by Carrying the Torch

How does it make you feel being an athlete and representing Canada by carrying the torch?  Being a torch bearer to me is symbolic of the experiences: the trials and tribulations, the wins and losses, the love and strife of … Continue reading

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Harnessing the Power of Sport Through the TO2015 GAMES!

What sparked your interest in being a Torch Bearer? Since being chosen, I thought of many reasons, but all seem way too embarrassing, almost “Hallmark”-ish. But then I met someone at the Ottawa Marathon who made it all clear. She … Continue reading

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What Sparked Your Interest in Being a TO2015 Torch Bearer?

What sparked your interest in being a torch Bearer? I wanted to be a part of a large sporting event so that I could share in the excitement and the spirit of the Games. In turn, when the opportunity came up, … Continue reading

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Cisco IoE Innovation Centre Toronto: The Future is Now

Innovation: it’s a word that is rather imprecise on its own. However, when teamed with the concepts of research and thought leadership, innovation becomes a powerful term, imbued with virtually limitless possibilities and underpinning positive outcomes. The Internet of Everything … Continue reading

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