Cisco expands product portfolio for small businesses
Friday - April 3, 2020 3:20 pm , Category : SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
Bengaluru, April 3 (IANS) As the world battles COVID-19, networking giant Cisco on Friday said it is doubling down its focus on serving small businesses by offering customers and partners a simple, secure and flexible portfolio with new solutions.Collected under the Cisco Designed brand, the newly launched portfolio comprises new offerings that have been curated for small businesses and address their networking, security, collaboration, cloud and internet connectivity needs."Small businesses are the bedrock of India's economy. In this dynamic macroeconomic environment, Cisco is committed to helping these businesses stay safe while ensuring business continuity by giving them access to top-notch, easy-to-use technology solutions," Panish PK, Managing Director, SMB, Cisco India and Saarc, said in a statement."Our goal is to enable MSMEs in India to navigate these uncharted waters effectively by leveraging the power of technology," he said.The Cisco Designed portfolio brings together the power of machine learning, Artificial Intelligence, and cloud-driven solutions, and will help make buying, installation, and maintenance simple, the company said.The simplified experience includes bundled solutions that focus on key technology areas to support rapidly growing business use cases such as "Quick Office Setup", "Secure Guest Wi-Fi", "Seamless Remote Work Experience", "Ransomware Protection" and "Safe Business Transactions".The new Cisco Business Wireless Mobile App provides a simple way for an individual or company to configure and manage networks in any location, all from the convenience of their smartphone.Bringing together the high-speed and high-density capabilities of Wi-Fi 6 to the cloud-managed Meraki portfolio of access points, the new Meraki Wi-Fi 6 Access points bring flexibility to growing businesses looking to digitize quickly.The technology will enable their network to scale to effectively manage more connected devices and richer content like video, as well as provide better performance as new applications emerge, Cisco said.