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Updated: Jan 22, 2021

Letter of the Day C- #Cisco


2020 did throw some of the unexpected curve balls on the San-Jose, California based Tech-Giant.


From responding to the global COVID-19 pandemic to postponing one of its biggest events of the year, the year so far has served up a trade war between the U.S. and China that impacted the tech sector.


Cisco came to the rescue with free #collaboration and security tools, as well as a $2.5 billion #business recovery program to extend financing to cash-strapped businesses that have been hit hard by the #pandemic.


At the same time, Cisco hit pause the day before its #virtual Cisco Live event was about to kick off in the midst of worldwide outcry over the death of #GeorgeFloyd and resulting protests.


Then, there were the #acquisitions and executive reshuffle. What's still remarkable is the fact that Cisco is in the process of closing two deals.


->One for network monitoring company Thousandeyes, and wireless IoT provider, Fluidmesh Networks.

->In March, Cisco also unveiled a large-scale revamp of its #technology business segments and an executive shuffle to go with it.


Is it then right to say that Cisco has been busy this year and is showing absolutely no signs of slowing down?


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