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思科系統(Cisco Systems)公司介紹
• 思科在全球簡介
思科系統(Cisco Systems)為全球網路設備領導廠商,於1984年由史丹佛大學的兩位學者創立,企業總部位於美國加州聖荷西。自1995年1月起至今,約翰錢伯斯擔任思科系統總裁兼執行長,並將於2006年底兼任董事會主席一職。目前思科在全球67個國家已有超過400個以上的分支據點,擁有61,535名員工(2007/7/28);就亞太地區部份,思科於1994年分別在澳洲雪梨、中國北京、香港、韓國漢城與新加坡等地相繼成立分公司,至今已在亞太地區主要的13個國家中設有辦公室,亞洲市場持續成為思科擴展最快速的地區。思科透過香港、印度、印尼、韓國、馬來西亞、中國大陸(北京、上海、廣州、成都)、菲律賓、新加坡、台灣和泰國等地的分支機構,支援整個亞洲地區的代理商和經銷商。此外,思科也在亞太地區共計成立3個技術支援中心(Technology Assistance Center ; TAC),隨時以最新、最專業的科技因應世界趨勢的變化。

• 思科的企業哲學

• 國際重要成就與評價
|日期 |企業殊榮 |
|2006 |名列 Business Week 百大創新公司(100 Most Innovative Companies)第二十八名 |
|2005 |名列Business Week年度企業最佳表現(Top Performance)第四十六名 |
|2005 |名列Fortune Magazine最值得工作企業(Best Company to Work For)第二十七名 |
|2004 |名列EPA之”Fortune500大企業通勤最佳工作環境”第三名 |
|2004 |名列InformationWeek “ IT類創新第一名”,”整體創新第四名” |
|2004 |獲選Fortune Magazine年度美國最受尊崇企業第一名 |
|2004 |名列Financial Times 最受尊崇企業第二十三名 |
|2004 |名列Fortune Magazine五百大企業第九十五名…...

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