Kartika Prihadi

Managing Director

Enterprise Networking APJC

Kartika is currently the Managing Director of Enterprise Networking for APJC. He leads the Enterprise Networking specialist sales teams and is responsible for the growth of Cisco’s core networking business and customer and partner adoption of new technologies as Cisco transforms its portfolio. Kartika worked across several functions in Cisco before leading the Enterprise Networking business. He was responsible for managing Cisco’s portfolio of partner programs in APJC and also leading the Partner Transformation strategy and execution for the region. Prior to joining the Partner Organization, he was the Director of Commercial Sales for APJ, responsible for leading volume sales for the region as well as managing the sales and partner programs for the Commercial segment. He was also the Director of Strategy and Planning for Architectures and Enterprise Segment, and was an Enterprise Business Development Manager in his first few years at Cisco. Kartika has been with Cisco since 2008. Kartika joined Cisco from the Boston Consulting Group where he was a Project Leader in the ASEAN practice. Before going into consulting, he also worked as a design engineer in the semiconductor industry and holds several patents in chip design. Kartika has an MBA from MIT Sloan, MSEE from UC Berkeley and a BSEE from Carnegie Mellon.


November 11, 2021


Three key strategies that will future-proof your enterprise network

Who could have foreseen the changes to our organizations and enterprise technologies over the past two years? But as many enterprises continue to drive digital transformation at an unprecedented rate, perhaps a better question is: how will they look two years from now? As IDC says in its Future Enterprise…

October 29, 2021


How to build a secure agile network and unlock new business value

Just as enterprises are embracing new technologies to provide the business agility they need, IT teams are changing the way they work. IT operations, software development, and security staff members are joining forces in agile, multidiscipline DevOps and SecOps teams. Network teams are following…

October 22, 2021


How to build an intelligent network edge for the extended enterprise

The redefinition of the network edge has become a driving force for change in the enterprise network. That edge was already expanding before the pandemic triggered the mass shift to remote working. The number of Internet of Things (IoT) devices, for example, has been doubling every five years, according…

October 15, 2021


How to connect and engage a hybrid workforce

There’s no going back to the pre-pandemic workplace. The workforce of the future is hybrid, where employees will be able to work at home, in the office, or anywhere in between. And it’s up to IT leaders to help support this shift. IDC predicts that by 2023, 75 percent of Forbes Global 2000 companies “will…

October 7, 2021


Four key enterprise network trends every IT leader needs to understand

Today’s enterprise network has changed beyond recognition from what it looked like a decade ago—and the rate of that change is accelerating. Gartner, for example, predicts that enterprise IT workloads deployed on global cloud platforms will double from 2020 to 2023, reaching 40 percent of all workloads.…

September 27, 2021


Three key network challenges every enterprise should address in the post-pandemic era

The workplace has changed forever—and it’s not only employee expectations that are driving this change. Nine out of 10 C-suite executives say their organizations will continue combining remote and onsite working after the pandemic, according to a global McKinsey survey. What’s more, most of those…

January 7, 2020


Intent-based Networking: Why businesses are investing

Picture this: your enterprise network is accessed by more than hundreds and thousands of employees, clients, and devices at any given instance. Undoubtedly, you need to capture any incidents at the endpoints, drive insights into security, and most importantly ensure one consistent policy across…