White Paper: Cisco
Next-Generation Networks – What Business Leaders Need to Know?
Next-generation networks can bring together all the innovation in an organization—helping businesses to improve workforce engagement, create new business models, and transform customer experiences. Cisco’s Digital Network Architecture (DNA) is an open, programmable architecture that transforms business intent into business results— simplifying and automating to innovate and adapt rapidly.
Cisco’s advanced networks for business drive better decisions through built-in analytics, machine learning, and AI functions, allowing organizations to take advantage of far-reaching and deep visibility into applications, users, and things to deliver valuable insights. The new network can learn to automate redundant, time-consuming tasks and can automatically adjust itself to quickly mitigate any attacks. This new era of networking not only boosts all aspects of the digital business, but also helps higher management such as CIOs, COOs, CMOs, and HR leaders to increase workforce engagement and workplace efficiency by providing new business trends like mobility, advanced collaboration solutions and digital building.
How to enable simplicity through automation? How to implement new business trends? How can one revolutionize business operations through Internet of Things (IoT)? How to successfully manage the explosion of technology?
This white paper highlights:
What are the new network capabilities needed by the higher management?
How to enable more engaged workforce?
How to drive better decisions through data and analytics?
What is Digital Transformation ?
Digital transformation is the noteworthy and accelerating transformation of procedures, activities and foundational components of a business leveraging its operating model to its infrastructure with the application of digital technology across society in a strategic and prioritized way.
What is Cloud infrastructure ?
Cloud infrastructure consists of back-end elements primarily comprising of server hardware components, virtual machines, storage and networking facilities, and software that provide access to the cloud for applications and other services. It can also refer to on-demand service delivered through the Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) model.
What is networking ?
Networking is the process of establishing a connection between the computers on a network. The sole purpose of networking is sharing the information as fast as possible. The first step towards understanding networking is how it operates and how do we use switches, routers and access points to perform functions in a network. TCP/IP or Internet Protocol suite is the foundation of all modern networking, which offers connection-less as well as connection-oriented services