Build secure experiences that blend cybersecurity and physical security The recent rise of hybrid workplaces, remote work and “in-office” work—has brought more complexities across cybersecurity and physical security. Dimensional Research found that 97% of employees want changes made so they feel safer at work, while 94% of companies believe technology would benefit them by providing a safer
Create experiences that engage, attract, and retain the best IT talent On-site IT teams have historically been critical to any successful business. Most equipment had to be managed in person by accessing the physical device to make necessary updates. Even with the widespread adoption of remote working, many IT teams are still required to be
Creating hybrid working experiences that enhance workplace culture Your employees expect to have a choice of where to work—some may choose a workspace at home while others may choose the interactions of an office. Some may also choose both— Gartner states that by 2022, 45% of workers will be working from home a few days per week.
Four ways converging cybersecurity and physical security adds value Security systems are an important investment, yet it’s often difficult to make the case for new technology until after a costly breach. By merging cybersecurity and physical security, your teams will be better equipped to navigate the emerging security landscape, adding significant value for your business.
MV smart cameras keep your organisation safe with new products and features Safety and security is constantly changing, and it’s become even more apparent over the past year. Many customers turned to Meraki to help navigate various disruptions—everything from remote patient monitoring and vaccine distribution to detecting face masks and PPE and managing occupancy. Cisco
Cisco Meraki MV smart cameras provide analytics and insights that are increasingly being used to support businesses with social distancing, safe occupancy, remote monitoring, and more. MV security cameras leverage advances in solid state memory technology and Meraki expertise in cloud management. By removing the need for additional on premise hardware and standalone software packages,
Discover how Cisco Meraki cloud-managed IT solutions help businesses know more about the in-store customer journey, streamline operations at an affordable cost, and scale in a secure and reliable way. In this on-demand webinar, audiences will get a demonstration of essential solutions for any modern retailer, including enterprise mobility management, enterprise-grade wireless, and customized API
So, you think you already know the good, the bad, and the ugly about cybersecurity threats, such as malware and phishing, that small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) are facing? You may be surprised. People often make a number of assumptions that can easily miss the mark. There is a tendency to fall into the trap
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Between announcing at RSA Conference in February and launching now in June, our integrated security platform Cisco SecureX has struck a chord in the security market. We know this because the reaction to our announcement was greater than expected by an order of magnitude. We saw an oversubscription to the wait list for beta, and
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Lots of things have changed in the past year, but one thing hasn’t changed: businesses of all sizes are vulnerable to cyberattacks. In the first half of 2020, a massive shift took place and users started working very differently. Many more are working remotely in distributed ways. At the same time, many companies started moving