With technical sessions, information on products and services, live keynotes, sessions in Second Life, a host of networking events and live chats, Cisco Live offers something most conferences don’t: an option not to attend…in person.Celebrating its twentieth year, the Cisco Live customer education and training event is geared toward IT, networking, and communications professionals. This year’s event, which starts Tuesday June 30 in San Francisco, is focused around the theme “Knowledge is Power.” Running concurrently with the live onsite conference, the free virtual event gives you access much of the conference. (For a fee, the Cisco Live Premiere virtual option lets you also attend the technical sessions virtually.)
To register for the virtual event, click here. But before you do, join me on a quick tour:Welcome to the Cisco Live Virtual event.
Keynotes happen here, plus live chats.
The conference center lets you visit booths, interact, download info, and ask questions.
Organize your schedule by session and to your interests.
Chat and network with fellow conference goers. Video chat functionality is also available.
Watch this video for more information.