In addition to existing Cisco wireless innovations, such as CleanAir and Flexible Radio Assignment interference mitigation, which go beyond the Wi-Fi 6 standard, the new access points in the Cisco AP families have several new features that enable them to be always available to handle persistent connectivity.
AI is shaping the future of customer experiences and the contact center. Artificial Intelligence (AI) is creating a lot of excitement and there are good reasons for this. According to Forbes, 50% of IT professionals believe artificial intelligence and machine learning are playing a role in cloud computing adoption, growing to 67% by 2020.
Enterprises are busy implementing SD-WAN to provide cost-effective, secure, and application-aware connectivity to multiple cloud platforms for branches and remote offices. The results are clear: a distributed workforce obtains superior Quality of Experience (QoE) for multi-cloud and SaaS applications with a full security stack built-in to the edge routers to protect data and privacy.
To protect your data, you must understand the traffic on your network. This task has become even more challenging with the widespread use of the Transport Layer Security (TLS) protocol, which inhibits traditional network security monitoring techniques.
Cisco is pleased to announce the availability of a brand-new solution, Cisco Cloud ACI on AWS. This solution automates the management of end-to-end connectivity and enforcement of consistent network security policies for applications running in on-prem data centers and AWS public cloud regions.
A great example of this is Cisco Answers, which we announced at Enterprise Connect last month and are demonstrating this week in our booth at Google Cloud Next.