Speaking to journalists on the opening of the Cisco Live event in Melbourne, Ms Warrior outlined the dominant communication company's vision of collaboration and mobility.
'If you bring your own device (to work), how do you secure it? Many CIOs don't allow access to Facebook,' she said.
'With the Cius, you have a tablet on the Android platform. Enterprises can control what applications are downloaded.'
However, Ms Warrior did concede that there will be many organizations in the future allowing staff to bring their own devices to work.
'It is an interesting dilemma in industry today,' she said.
'Cisco does enable support for organisations that allow staff to bring their own Macs to the enterprise. It can lower system administration costs so we have a number of ways of dealing with it.
'We have Cisco SecureX (architecture) which has identity location - the network knows who you are and so on.'
However, Ms Warrior believes for the foreseeable future is unified mobile devices in corporations driven from the top down.
'Cius is different (from other devices) in the sense that many enterprises want to have a device that's not just one more devices added to the list of devices that their staff have.
'A certain part of the workforce want multiple devices in a single device.'