Work smarter, not harder: Cisco introducing AI and machine learning capabilities

Cisco says it will help IT teams better understand network behaviour and predict issues with new artificial intelligence and machine learning capabilities.
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Cisco has announced software innovations designed to make managing and securing networks easier.

Cisco is introducing new artificial intelligence and machine learning capabilities to allow IT teams to function at machine speed and scale through personalised network insights. As part of its broadened capabilities offering, Cisco is also unveiling innovations to more effectively manage users and applications across the entire enterprise network - from campus networks and wide-area networks, to data centres and the IoT edge.

Cisco collects telemetry data sets in the IT industry. Now, Cisco is leveraging new software capabilities designed to utilise deidentified and aggregated data, which when combined with Cisco's 35 years of institutional knowledge building the world's networks, results in more intelligent solutions that allow IT teams to operate more effectively.

"As the pace of change and diversity of the environment continues to rapidly evolve, Cisco is committed to continually simplifying our solutions," said Osama Al-Zoubi, chief technology officer for Cisco Middle East and Africa.

"Artificial intelligence and machine learning can enable businesses to efficiently discern which issues to prioritise, becoming more nimble and proactive. This will have a profound effect on network operations and the IT teams that run them. At Cisco, we're future proofing our networks and the workforce through automation and intelligence."

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