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Cisco New Zealand Leader: Tomorrow Starts Here at Cisco Live Melbourne!

Every year, this event gets bigger in terms of scope and impact, and we continue to get great feedback from our customers and partners about the relevance of the content and the quality of the learning opportunities.   We believe it is one of the most comprehensive forums available for learning about the technologies and future trends that are impacting our sector, as well as experiencing those technologies first-hand at the World of Solutions.

Cisco Live highlights the extraordinary pace of change in the technology sector, and in the past year we have seen a significant shift towards a network-centric world.  At Cisco we have always believed the network is the platform for innovation, and now more than ever organisations globally are seeing the advantages of an intelligent network.

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Cisco Recognises Its Outstanding Australian and New Zealand Partners

Cisco acknowledges excellence in its partner community at the ANZ Partner Insight Awards

Last night, Cisco awarded teams and individuals from 15 Cisco Australia and New Zealand Partners across 19 categories in the annual Cisco Partner Insight Awards.

Partners were recognised for their innovation, leadership and best practice as a Cisco business partner across categories ranging from Data Centre Partner of the Year, Cloud Partner of the Year, Collaboration Partner of the Year and Services Partner of the Year through to Excellence in Post Deployment Support and Technical Execution.

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Cisco and Telstra join forces to take UC to the Cloud

Cisco and its alliance partner Telstra have announced this morning that they will be joining forces to deliver Unified Communications as a Service (UCaaS) to Telstra customers. Integrated voice, video, TelePresence and mobility applications signify a significant leap forward for the communication and collaboration capabilities of its customers.

Dubbed Cloud Collaboration, all services will be hosted locally in Telstra’s Australian data centres. Delivered to customers over Telstra’s NextG and Next IP networks will ensure high level security and reliability. The combination of the high-end, flexible and feature rich applications from Cisco and the highly secure, high-speed and reliable networks and infrastructure operated by Telstra helps ensure that end-users will truly be getting a best-of-breed solution.

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Cisco ANZ Leader Welcomes Customers and Partners to Cisco Live Melbourne 2013!

2013 sees us host Cisco Live in Melbourne for the third time. This year promises to be even bigger and better than the last.

Over 3,200 customers, partners, media, special guests and Cisco employees from 36 different countries around the world, are on their way to the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre for what is truly an action-packed program which kicks off tomorrow. Also, a big welcome to all those participants who are joining us virtually!

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Cisco on Fortune’s “World’s #MostAdmired Companies” List

Once again, Cisco is honored to be on Fortune Magazine’s “World’s Most Admired Companies” List.  Fortune tells us that the Most Admired list is the “definitive report card on corporate reputations.” We are also included in the Top 10 “Most Admired Tech Companies” list.

Cisco Chairman and CEO John Chambers stated, “We are honored to be recognized by our peers as one of the most admired companies in the world. We know we would not be on this prestigious list without our customers, our innovative employees, our partners and our investors. So, on behalf on all of them, we thank Fortune for this honor and will strive to live up this honor each and every day.”

Congratulations to all Cisco employees who develop the best technology in the world and help solve our customers’ most pressing business needs.  Congratulations also to our fellow Silicon Valley companies on this list: Apple, Google, Intel, E-Bay and Facebook.  The full list is here.

And, as our CEO reminds us, those companies that are on top today can be gone or on the bottom if they miss a market transition. To further prove this point, Fortune also includes a list of companies that were on their FIRST list of companies ranked by reputation from 1983. Seven companies that were on that list, including Kodak, Wang and Rockwell are no longer around.  So, if you are a Cisco employee reading this, my advice for you is this: pat yourself on the back, then GET BACK TO WORK*!! : )

 The methodology and survey for this list, developed at Hay Group, is as follows:

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