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Cisco Live 2011, Melbourne – Join us virtually!

- March 26, 2011 - 0 Comments

Join us for Cisco Live Melbourne inside Cisco Live & Networkers Virtual on March 30th. We have an exciting agenda planned that includes a live keynote and interactive chat with Padmasree Warrior, as well as technical sessions on hot topics like collaboration and virtualization.

In addition to a full day of live virtual programming, subscribers of the Full Access pass receive an annual subscription to Cisco Live and Networkers Virtual with access to over 900 technical sessions. Or, sign up for a free guest pass for access to all our live events, networking tools, games and prizes and our Partner Resource Center. Both full and guest passes will give you access to live events that happen throughout the year.

Our agenda includes:

  • A live Keynote and chat with Cisco’s CTO, Padmasree Warrior. Ask questions via the Twitter hashtag #clmel11
  • A live chat with CTO of Cisco Australia &  New Zealand, Kevin Bloch
  • Technical sessions on borderless networks, collaboration and virtualization architecture
  • Live Ask the Expert sessions with Cisco and partner companies such as Cisco Capital, Cisco Remarketing,  Alphawest and Citrix Systems
  • A Partner Resource Center where you can download valuable material and ask questions
  • Networking with your colleagues and new acquaintances with profile tools and social media such as Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and blogs
  • The opportunity to compete in a game to win a Flip HD Camera

Tune in live via uStream, or sign up for a free account inside Cisco Live & Networkers Virtual.

Register for free: www.ciscolivevirtualapac.com

Be sure to follow us on Twitter #clmel11

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