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Cisco introduces resilient tech for Bangladesh

Staff Correspondent

23 October, 2020 12:00 AM printer

American tech conglomerate Cisco Systems has introduced resilient technology infrastructure in Bangladesh to support post-pandemic economic future of the country through a webinar recently.

Officials of the company also announced to expand networking academy programme to empower Bangladesh’s businesses in the next time, said a news release on Thursday.

Increasing trend of online business in Bangladesh attracted Cisco to expand services in the territory where the ecommerce segment experienced almost 70-80 percent growth comparing to pre-pandemic situation.

Ecommerce market in Bangladesh is expected to reach $3 billion by 2023, according to sector insider prediction.

Regarding the Bangladesh operations, Cisco Saarc region Managing Director Sudhir Nayar said the company has focused future needs of enterprises and leverages Cisco’s vast experience and expertise in cloud infrastructure, automation and security.

Cisco has introduced SecureX, an easy-to-use, cloud-native platform that unifies visibility across companies’ security portfolio, including detection of unknown threats and policy violations through security analytics for more informed actions.

Furthermore, Cisco has enabled access to Intersight Workload Optimiser, an AI-powered, software-as-a-service platform that offers an intelligent level of management and allows organisations to simplify and automate IT operations.