Keith Goodwin, senior vice president of Cisco’s Worldwide Partner Organization, discusses the changing IT landscape, the evolving role of the network, and the implications to Cisco’s partnering strategy with HP.
Now that you’ve written your script and created (or at least thought about) your video’s set, you’re ready to film. But wait: before your camera starts rolling, let’s round up supplies for a video toolkit.
The great thing about your toolkit is that it can start out small and grow as you gain experience and interest in video.
Your basic toolkit requires just two items: a camera and a tripod. Let’s walk through how to pick out the right equipment and assemble your video toolkit.
Recently, the Collaboration blog posted details about the new Cisco I-Prize contest which is a global contest inviting entrepreneurs around the world to come up with the next big idea. Oh, and there’s a $250,000 prize to the winner.
Idea Guy Marc Lewis’ formula for creativity would definitely come in handy here. What innovative solutions, disruptive technologies, and life-changing ideas will come into our lives next? Maybe someone will create a device to predict the future.
Last year, team AKS beat out 2,500 competitors and took the I-Prize for its Intelligent Home Power System — a result of collaborating with a great team, execution, and brilliant idea generation.
This year, the contest will solicit your ideas in four key areas:
In part one of this series, I detailed the first step to creating your business videos: the script. In step two, it’s all about the setup.
While Hollywood directors can afford to spend days building a set, you likely don’t have the luxury of a cast, crew, and a big budget to create one. Luckily, there are a few easy steps you can take to make a great-looking video before the camera even starts rolling.
Here are four tips to setting up your video.
So when I saw that the Cisco NOW Vans had been revamped — though you won’t catch any of them drag racing through the streets — I was intrigued. (NOW stands for Network on Wheels and vans are filled to the brim with Cisco solutions and offer a way to easily show off Cisco technologies to customers without having to be at a Cisco office.) The newly refreshed vans may not sport chrome wheels or hydraulic action (yet!), but new EnergyWise and SMB solutions are bound to cause quite a stir.
This video details the rebuilding process, shows off the interior of these new vans, and offers some tips for partners on running a smooth and successful customer event.
Read on to find out details of what’s new inside the new NOW Vans…