Corporate Social Responsibility

Connected Conservation

Employing Technology to Save the Environment

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How do you protect some of the world’s most vulnerable animals? Cisco and Dimension Data are working on a Connected Conservation pilot to monitor human activity in a rhino-inhabited reserve. Digital infrastructure, hybrid cloud, cybersecurity, and other solutions provide a step in the right direction for creating safe havens for endangered animals around the globe.

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Saving Valuable Rhino Horns and Lives

A rhino's horns are worth more than gold, cocaine and ivory

The High Tech War on Poachers

Discover how technology has reduced rhino poaching by 96 percent at a South African game reserve

The Secret to Saving Rhinos

Advanced technology such as thermal imaging is saving countless Rhinos in South Africa

A Safe Haven for Rhinos

Someday, innovative technology could save other endangered species in Africa and beyond

The Most Advanced Conservation Project in the World

CNN asks: Can 'connected' conservation save the rhino?

Connected Conservation

Discover how the technology used in Connected Conservation can work for your digital business

Protecting the Rhino

Digital disruption changes the way we think about rhino conservation

Building the Living Planet Centre

A pioneering example of sustainable architecture in action!

Major Milestone for Conservation

WWF Announces first contact with Sumatran rhino in over 40 year

Stop Rhino Poaching

South Africa is using technology to keep poachers away from rhinos by tracking people


Protect the rhino by tracking people

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