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In an "Executive Decision" segment, Cramer sat down with Chuck Robbins, CEO of Cisco Systems (CSCO) - Get Cisco Systems, Inc. Report , which delivered quarterly results that saw both a top and bottom line beat but also a rise in deferred revenues as the company morphs from a hardware vendor into more of a software and services provider.

Robbins called out Cisco's 51% increase in subscriptions as one of the high points of the quarter, saying that his company's strategy is working and more customers are looking for cloud and security services. He said that Cisco has two levels of innovation, both organic and via acquisition, with AppDynamics being one of the stand outs.

When asked about the Trump administration's tax reforms, Robbins said that he feels tax reform will get done this year and overall he sees a good business environment in the U.S., more so than in Europe, where there is more uncertainty.

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