Duration: 2 min. 32 sec.OK! You asked for it, so now we are really getting behind the scenes, with a seat at a private press conference John Chambers held Tuesday with about 15 members of the global press in a small conference room here at Networkers at Cisco Live!This really has the blogging feel too, as I was in the back of the room with a lousy mic, the AC was blasting, and I was watching the exchange (with cam) like a spectator at a tennis match. Unscripted, largely unedited (I did edit out the questions themselves and the attending press, as I did not have their permission to film them), but I have added caption slides throughout that explain what the subject is. I’ve cut it into eight parts and am posting seven (in true newbie blogging style I screwed up part 3). Part 1 begins with John discussing Cisco’s changing role in the data center, how the same principles will apply to the home, and where he sees the security market and Cisco’s place in it. Turn UP the volume (and maybe get some headphones) and enjoy! (To see all segments, click the Read More link below.) Read More »
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