Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn – all social media tools that have created a cultural shift in how we communicate. So much so that Mashable has declared today, June 30th, Social Media Day!
We agree social media is powerful and with that in mind, we offer you this terrific WebEx featuring a panel of experts who share tips on how to use SM to help you sell more.
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Our panel of experts will help you make sense of social media and how it can have a positive impact on almost every aspect of sales. Social media is influencing buying behavior and can help you move customers through the buying cycle faster.
Brian Fetherstonhaugh, Chairman and CEO of OgilvyOne hosts:
Sam’s marketing, sales and product experience spans 18 years in B2C & B2B, for startups and Fortune 50 companies.
CEO of InTouch and author of Lead Generation for the Complex Sale (McGraw-Hill) and the B2B Lead Generation Blog has experience with B2B marketing, lead generation and complex sales.
Barbara Weaver Smith
Founder and president of The Whale Hunters®, Barbara has an exceptional leadership background that began in higher education and successfully transitioned to entrepreneurship. With partner Larry Smith, she built the consulting firm Smith Weaver Smith, Inc., now celebrating 15 years of significant achievement in the education and economic sectors.
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From security features to the new AppHQ, I could talk for hours about why the Cisco Cius is the only tablet in the market truly built for businesses (in fact, I did this morning). Earlier this year, we heard from Nottingham University Hospitals about how the Cisco Cius and Nervecentre Software helped them cut costs and improve patient safety.
Today, I’d like to showcase some additional Cisco Cius customers, sharing how they use the Cius in day-to-day business practices to streamline customer interactions, accelerate sales and enhance collaboration.
Palomar Pomerado Health
Healthcare leaders are always looking for ways to improve patient care and speed time to treatment. When a physician receives a call about a patient, their first step is to review the patient’s medical record. Palomar Pomerado Health built the MIAA (Medical Information, Anytime, Anywhere) app on the Cisco Cius so its physicians can easily look up medical records and access the patient care team directly from the tablet wherever they are (be it at home, at the hospital or on-the-go).
Physicians can also click-to-video with a nurse, other doctors or even the patient streamlining the need for everyone to be in the same location. In an industry like healthcare, security is an absolute must. With the Cius, Palomar Pomerado Health is able to cut through the complexities of accessing patient data stored in multiple locations and provide secure and quick access to other healthcare specialists. The business-class security embedded in the Cius ensures confidence that patient data is safe and sound – and allows Palomar to leave all worries at the door.
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Tags: Cisco, Cius, collaboration, tablet
Today’s “office” is vastly different from what it was even 10 years ago.
Workers are no longer bound by their stationary desktops and LAN lines, but “offices” are literally set up anywhere with laptops, “smart” devices (tablets and smart phones) and Internet connections. Just as offices are easily set up anywhere, at any time, so should business collaboration solutions be as easily accessible.
Today, Orange Business Services launched their new Unified Communications “as a service” (UCaaS) model, or “Business Together as a Service.” This new portfolio of tools, which is based on Cisco Hosted Collaboration Solution (HCS), includes telephony, unified messaging, IM with presence and conferencing. One of the key benefits of this new cloud-based model is that it gives employees access to UC applications on the fly whether they’re looking to do a brainstorm from a coffeehouse or a last minute conference call while waiting for their flight.
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Tags: cloud, collaboration, mobility, unified communications
At the start of this year’s Enterprise 2.0 conference in Boston, Cisco made a number of announcements about how we’re extending social collaboration to more customers through a new hosted and managed deployment option for Cisco Quad.
This new deployment model will be delivered initially, with the release of Quad 2.5, in the United States and Canada through ACS (a Xerox company), in Europe through Logicalis UK, and in Australia through Alphawest (a wholly owned subsidiary of Optus). In addition, we announced a key partnership with systems integrator, Capgemini, through which customers will be able to leverage the experience and expertise needed to drive the successful deployment and adoption of social collaboration in the enterprise.
And finally, lots of updates and pre-built integrations in the upcoming release of Quad 2.5, which is targeted for availability in late August, that are designed to deliver enhanced end-user engagement and adoption of the platform. For more details on the news, tune into this video discussion with Phil Heyneker, Leon Baranovsky, and Lawrence Liu.
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Tags: Cisco, collaboration, enterprise social software, quad, social
We had a chance to catch up with Murali Sitaram and Jim Grubb at this year’s Enterprise 2.0 conference in Boston. In this short interview, Murali and Jim share their impressions on the state of Enterprise 2.0, how it represents a unique opportunity for organizations to re-think the way they operate, and how Cisco is approaching the space with Cisco Quad.
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Tags: Cisco, collaboration, Enterprise 2.0, enterprise social software, quad