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Join Us Online for Cisco Partner Summit 2011

- February 1, 2011 - 0 Comments

Register now for Partner Summit!2011 will be “The Year of Disruptive Technologies and Business Models,” if Everything Channels’ predictions hold true.

Not only is cloud is becoming mainstream as a business IT solution, but mobile is taking over as the preferred method of computing, and virtualization is proliferating, too.

Want to learn more about these opportunities and find out about what role the network will play in supporting these opportunities–from the comfort of your home or office? Then be sure to register for Cisco Virtual Partner Summit 2011. Virtual Partner Summit will be the spot in which you can learn, share, and engage.

Virtual Partner Summit takes place online on March 1–3, 2011 and costs nothing for Cisco partners to attend. All you have to do is register and join us.

What are the benefits of attending?

Through the virtual environment, you’ll have access to live keynotes, breakout sessions, and live streaming chats with executives. (For your viewing convenience, replays will be available on demand within 24 hours after the session airs.)

You’ll also get insight and learn:

  • How next-generation technologies, such as cloud computing and virtualization, can help generate new revenues for you.
  • How to differentiate your offer by adding collaborative services and Cisco Capital financing to your solution.
  • How Cisco is helping you promote sustainable growth and profitability through innovative programs, enablement, a services approach, and a technology portfolio.
  • How to take advantage of the boom in business-use video, unified communications, wireless, and network security.

Sounds like fun, right? Please join us by registering for Partner Summit 2011 today.

And be sure to follow the #ciscops11 hash tag on Twitter, check back here on the blog, and “like” our Cisco Channels Facebook page to stay current on Partner Summit news, post your comments, and for the chance to win prizes before and during the event.


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