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NGOs Drive Creative Uses of Cisco TelePresence

- December 16, 2009 - 0 Comments

Cisco TelePresence celebrated its third birthday last month, and it’s become an integral part of the way we work.  But we’re so close to it, we take for granted how innovative it can really be.

Through our sponsorship at COP15, we’ve been able to view Cisco TelePresence through the fresh eyes of non-governmental organizations.  And, as befitting one of the most dynamic forces in climate change discussions today, they’ve been using it for more than meetings.

This afternoon, The Nature Conservancy (TNC) held a donor event across seven locations, which included special guest, singer/songwriter Jewel, joining in from the Irving, TX office.  TNC’s Managing Director Jonathan Hoekstra delivered an address to donors in Washington, DC, New York City, Boston, San Francisco, and San Jose, giving a real-time update direct from the conference.

Cisco’s Neil Harris and I took a peek inside today:

 

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