Cisco’s Diane Gongaware: ‘Architectural’ Cloud Migration Approach With AI, ML to Bolster Fed IT Modernization

Diane Gongaware

TYSONS CORNER, VA, June 29, 2018 — Diane Gongaware, vice president of U.S. public sector services at Cisco Systems (Nasdaq: CSCO), has said the company is working with federal customers to leverage the cloud as the platform for their information technology modernization efforts as networks gain new capabilities and grow “smarter” with artificial intelligence and machine learning tools.

She told ExecutiveBiz in an interview published Tuesday that AI and machine learning, alongside behavioral analytics, are key components of an “architectural” approach to cloud migration, which she urges agencies to follow in order to optimize the entire IT enterprise with better security and reduced costs.

Cisco will release the Hosted Collaboration Solution for Defense platform for integrated cloud and on-premise communications in the fall, as well as potential new offerings on intent-based networking.

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