PacketFabric, an innovator in fast, adjustable-on-demand connectivity for enterprise customers and a portfolio company of Digital Alpha Advisors, toda
Cisco says it is launching a $2.5B financing program to let customers defer 95% of payments until 2021, as business operations move online during the pandemic (Paresh Dave/Reuters)
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American IT company specializing in cyber security and server hardware, Cisco Systems, has donated videoconferencing equipment to government agencies to ensure the continuity of their activities in times of lockdown, the US embassy in Tunis said on Wednesday. The American company has also set up a videoconferencing station at the Ministry of Health. This station is linked to eight sites in different regions.
Cisco's Talos security group finds fingerprint scanners from Apple, Microsoft, Samsung, and others can be bypassed by fake fingerprints made with 3D printing (Talos Blog)
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Microsoft and Cisco are now helping the Indian government by providing their remote working tools to effectively manage information.
“Start-ups and large corporates are also giving ideas on tackling this emergency. C-DAC Pune has offered supercomputing for gene sequencing of the virus, this we have passed on to ICMR (Indian Council for Medical Research), ” a senior government official told ET, adding that the next step was working on the data.
The commitment includes $8 million in cash and $210 million in product donations in support of the global response, with a focus on health care, education, and government responses. . . .
Cisco Systems Inc. (NASDAQ: CSCO) has pledged $225 million in response to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak worldwide. What Happened Chief executive officer Chuck Robbins. . .
Cisco Systems Inc. has agreed to pay $2 million in lost wages and interest to affected employees in San Jose, Calif. , and provide at least $2. 7 million in
Cisco says Webex video-calling service is seeing record usage too, even as competitor Zoom draws all the attention
Video calling company Zoom is hot in the coronavirus-induced work-from-home craze. Cisco's Webex is getting major user growth too, but isn't bragging as much.