The 63-year-old CEO has been running the networking equipment giant since 1995 and now sees his retirement coming in the next two to four years.
RZA aka Bobby Digital aka Prince Dynamite aka Ruler Zig-Zag-Zig Allah of the seminal Wu-Tang Clan is next in line for a headphone collaboration with WeSC, a clothing company that already has its own line of flashy headsets.
Paul Chambers, found guilty last year of 'threatening' on Twitter to blow an airport sky high, has won his High Court appeal.
Cisco Systems wants us to believe that video is "the killer app," but the Web and, indeed, its own product strategy, suggest that shorter-form communication is the key to its future.
Twitter has been galvanised today by the appeal of Paul Chambers, convicted after making a joke about blowing up an airport. What does the case say about Twitter -- and about Britain?
Jon Olstik ponders what the agenda of a global business/high tech president might be and suggests that Cisco Systems John Chambers could be the person for the job.
The so-called Twitter joke trial has ended badly for a man who tweeted a quip about blowing up an airport.
At the Interop conference in Las Vegas, Cisco CEO John Chambers talks about the need for businesses to increase productivity by implementing Web 2.0 tools such as wikis, mashups, and virtual conferencing. He also explains how Cisco used Web 2.0 principles
The former vice president and the Cisco Systems CEO are teaming up to get the word out about how companies can help reduce greenhouse emissions.
Nothing wrong with Cisco's CEO--it's for the jamokes on Wall Street who can't seem to understand clear English.