It’s been a common source of frustration ever since wireless networking was invented: interference, dropped downloads, choppy video. But what if your customers could have the same reliability as a wired connection on their wireless network?
Enter, Cisco’s new series of wireless access points with CleanAir technology. CleanAir clears the air by cutting down sources of interference that “share the air” with wireless routers.
I sat down with Channel Account Manager and CleanAir expert Mike Glew via TelePresence to find out what this technology means for partners and how it benefits customers.
Year after year, Partner Summit provides an opportunity to interact with Cisco executives, learn more about Cisco programs, and network with other partners. Though I’ve been involved in the event for a couple of years now, until I went on a backstage tour, I didn’t realize how much video and audio equipment--along with the staff to run it--was required to make the even a success.
From the big screens you saw during keynotes, to the audio being piped through the live and virtual events, it takes a crew of people and truckloads of equipment to produce Partner Summit.
I was able to bring my video camera backstage for a tour and to capture the crew working on the event as it happened. Follow me as I take you through the seldom-seen backstage areas of this year’s Partner Summit.
Dan Burrus doesn’t have a crystal ball, but this technology forecaster, speaker, and author can predict the future. He has been watching markets and predicting future tech trends for more than 25 years.
In 1983, he accurately identified the 20 technologies that would become the driving forces of business and economic change for decades to come.
At Partner Summit last month, Burrus spoke to a group of partners and pinpointed seven rules for successful digital marketing. And we’ve captured his list of seven rules to follow for successful digital marketing. Watch the video to find out what seven hot trends are reshaping digital marketing and ways to interact with customers.
Thank you to all who participated in this video contest! We received a wide range of video submissions in this contest and all of you helped us by voting for a winner. Without further ado, here are the prize winners…
One of the hallmarks of Cisco’s close relationship with partners is the Learning Partner Program, which leverages Learning Partners as subject-matter experts to offer authorized training on the latest Cisco technologies. Partners involved in the program work closely with Cisco to offer a comprehensive set of training resources, from instructor-led courses to e-learning solutions.
To honor Learning Partners who demonstrated outstanding achievement in Acceleration, Collaboration, and Innovation over the past year, the Learning Partner Awards were handed out at this year’s Partner Summit. Tech 2000, the Global winner for Innovation, earned its stripes by pioneering new training modalities (ways of learning) that include Apple’s new iPad. Here’s Tech 2000′s CEO George Churchwell showing off “green” courseware using an iPad.
Other award winners, such as Skyline ATS, demonstrated a high level of collaboration with both Cisco and other Learning Partners.
New changes to the Learning Partner program are also afoot: