January 21, 2021 3:40 am

Tag: Cisco India Summit

Networking major cyber range will immerse people in simulated real-world cyber-attacks to train them on how to properly prepare for, respond to, and manage a broad variety of threats. “This experience can be leveraged by companies, academicians, customers and government and their security teams,” said Cisco. (Photo/Cisco)

Cisco launches Cyber Range Lab in India

The Cyber Range Lab will provide technical training to improve skill sets in addition to testing facilities, analytics, intelligence and technology know-how, says Cisco.
Dinesh Malkani, president of Cisco India & SAARC. (Photo/Cisco)

Cisco bets big on SMEs in India, to triple customer base to 90,000

“We have about 30,000 SMEs customer in India and over the next three years we aim to triple this number to over 90, 000,” Nal Gollagunta, managing director, commercial sales, Cisco India and SAARC told TechObserver.in.
Dinesh Malkani, president of Cisco India & SAARC. (Photo/Cisco)

5 key takeaways from Cisco India Summit 2017

During the two day conference, company plans to showcase some of its solutions and make new announcement around products and partnerships. Here are the top 5 key takeaways from the first day of the Cisco India Summit 2017.
(L-R) Anil Shankar, Customer Care Associate & Vice President - IT, Shoppers Stop Ltd. and Malkani, President, Cisco India addressing the audiences during the Cisco India Summit 2017. (Photo/Cisco)

Shoppers Stop partners Cisco for digitisation, to deploy wireless solution across 80 outlets

Shopper Stop will deploy Cisco’s wireless solution including connected mobile experience (CMX), and Cisco video collaboration solutions across 80 outlets on pilot basis.
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