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Myths and Restrictions of the Cisco UCS

…ide. There are definitely trends and forecasts that point towards greater use of Cloud Computing models (Private Cloud, Public Cloud, Hybrid Cloud) in the future. Myth #4: The world of IT doesn’t change very fast FACT: Innovation is an incredible force in our industry. In very short periods of time, with the right products and execution, previously unimaginable shifts can occur in the market. But the key is to combine INNOVATION + SPEED. W…


Green Learning for Cisco Partners Using iPads

…osely 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 l…


Innovation for Country Transformation

A few months ago, I had the honor of representing the United States as part of the first ever U.S. – Russia Innovation Dialogue. This delegation was a part of the broader initiative launched by the Bilateral Presidential Commission created by Presidents Obama and Medvedev in July 2009. The delegation consisted of senior executives from eBay, EDventure, Mozilla, Howcast, Twitter, Social Gaming Network, Katalyst, the NY Academy of Scien…


Day Two Partner Summit: Innovation and Demonstrations

…conomic growth and new business models. Padma then cued up a demo of TelePresence and showed how, in the future, you can visit the DMV from your living room. Padma concluded by telling partners that the “combination of innovation and operational excellence is how we will reach new heights. Next up, Tony Bates–SVP and GM of Enterprise, Commercial and Small Business–echoed three themes: …innovation, transformation, and partnershi…


Global innovation is alive and well!

In conducting the Cisco I-Prize, one of our key theories is that innovation is alive and well across the globe – but we need the right kind of collaborative tools and incentives to unlock it.  I think we can definitely conclude that our theory has proved itself one again, beyond our wildest expectations.   There are currently over 2300 participants who have generated over 700 new ideas so far – A phenomenal level of in…