This is an extension of Cisco’s ongoing initiatives to bolster the country’s digital foundation and help achieve the government’s vision of ‘Digital Bangladesh’
American multinational technology conglomerate Cisco on Tuesday unveiled its "Resilient Distributed Enterprise" portfolio in the country, with which the company will double down on its partner engagements and help firms empower their businesses.
This is an extension of Cisco’s ongoing initiatives to bolster the country’s digital foundation and help achieve the government’s vision of Digital Bangladesh, said a press release.
"We are proud to introduce Cisco’s new Resilient Distributed Enterprise portfolio to help Bangladesh’s businesses capitalize on this opportunity and digitally disrupt themselves," said Cisco SAARC Managing Director Sudhir Nayar.
“We have been in Bangladesh for over two decades, and have witnessed firsthand how technology has empowered its people and businesses," he said, adding that the pandemic significantly amplified the opportunity for digital innovation in the country.
Through the initiative, Nayar believes, Cisco will empower Bangladesh’s businesses to thrive in the new normal.
Bangladesh was passing a crucial time in its digital transformation journey, as the pandemic shaped a new world with new rules and behaviors, where consumers were becoming more committed to their health, the release said.
Different small and large organizations of the country across are recalibrating their processes and reinventing their business models to cater to the emerging digital consumer demographic, it reads, adding that Cisco was helping enabling the digital transformation fast.
As part of its new portfolio, the technology company introduced SecureX, the cloud-native platform that unified visibility across companies’ security portfolio, provided access to Intersight Workload Optimizer which offered an intelligent level of management.
Through Intersight, firms could gain visibility to their full stack – from infrastructure to apps – on-premise and in the cloud while optimizing costs, performance, and compliance in real-time, the release said.