Tag Archives: Cisco Systems

Cisco SDN Controller for Enterprise Networks: APIC-EM and IWAN App

In my previous blog “APIC-EM: The evolution from traditional management to SDN-led, policy-based automation” I discussed how traditional management is transitioning to an abstracted model which will hide implementation details in order to accomplish simplification … something we are all … Continue reading

Posted in Cisco | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment

Gen X 3.0: No more Middle Child Syndrome

We Gen Xers[1] have often been labelled as disaffected, ignored, sandwiched between the boomers (the trailblazers) and millennials (the innovators). I don’t think Douglas Copeland intended to malign us but we’ve always been referred to as the “slacker generation”. Nowadays, … Continue reading

Posted in All Posts | Tagged , , , , , | 1 Comment

Northern Hospitality – Connected

Author: Shawn Cardinal  Connected North is a program with an ambition to provide quality video communications to remote communities in Northern Canada. This program will connect these communities with interactive education and healthcare services. For education in particular, students benefit … Continue reading

Posted in All Posts | Tagged , , , , , , | 1 Comment

The Cisco Experience: A Student’s Perspective

The all-too familiar feeling of change is in the air as the last week of Cisco’s Canadian Intern experience comes to a close. I’ve only begun to notice how often change presents itself since starting University last September, and although … Continue reading

Posted in Cisco Canada Careers, Cisco Canada News | Tagged , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

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

Posted in All Posts | Tagged , , , , , , | 1 Comment

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

Posted in Cisco, Cisco Canada Careers, Collaboration | Tagged , , , , , , , , , | 1 Comment

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

Posted in All Posts, Corporate Social Responsibility | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment

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

Posted in Corporate Social Responsibility, TO2015 | Tagged , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

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

Posted in All Posts | Tagged , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

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

Posted in Corporate Social Responsibility, TO2015 | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment