Today, many people and organizations use video to create real impact for social causes.
Meanwhile, the prevalence of video in our everyday lives is growing by the minute. A February 2013 report by Cisco indicates that video accounted for more than half of all mobile traffic for the first time in 2012. It is expected to account for two-thirds by 2017.
We are holding the potential to change the world in the palms of our hands.
To recognize those who are taking advantage of the power video has to multiply impact on people, communities, and the planet, Cisco Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is supporting the 2013 DoGooder Video Awards.
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Yesterday, “The Network: Cisco’s Technology News Site” was honored by Ragan PR Daily as “Best Online Newsroom.” (Great .gif of Sandra Bullock on this page as well, by the way!)
And, last month, we received the Grand Prize from Bulldog Reporter 2012 Bulldog Digital/Social PR Awards for “The Network.” I also talked to Richard Carufel, Editor of the Daily ‘Dog about “The Network” and offered some thoughts for our approach to brand journalism, online newsrooms and offering value to your audience.
Certainly, recognition is extremely nice and we all want some form of this in our lives. The Social Media Communications team at Cisco* is honored and humbled by these awards and add them to a handful of other great honors over the past few years.
First, thank you, Ragan PR Daily. Thank you, Bulldog Reporter. Thank you, American Business Awards (The Stevie). Thank you, PR News People Awards. But, mostly, thank you, audience.
Why did we get these awards? In a word: innovation.
Let me count the ways that (imho) we innovate on “The Network” and are continuing to innovate:
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This week, Cisco unveiled the winners of its 2012 Learning Partner Awards at its Global Learning Partner Conference in Cancun, Mexico.
Cisco Learning Partners help Cisco prepare partners to meet their customers’ technology needs by providing technical and business-readiness authorized training and enablement. Cisco Learning Partners provide the advanced technical, certification, and product training to individuals that enable Cisco partners and customers to deploy technology and business solutions with greater confidence and increase the overall productivity and profitability of their businesses. Cisco authorized training provides a solid foundation of skills and resources to enable channel partners to design, implement, and manage the latest converging technologies.
The Cisco Learning Partner Awards recognize exemplary Learning Partners who demonstrate best-in-class business practices. These winners also serve as a model to the industry. Criteria include:
- Collaboration with Cisco and other Learning Partners
- Developing innovative new programs to enhance the student experience
- Acceleration of positive growth
- Delivering the highest quality training and enablement for the channel
Award winners in various categories are below. Read More »
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Today, Bulldog Reporter revealed seventy winners of the 2012 Bulldog Digital/Social PR Awards for Outstanding Achievement by Agencies and Individuals in PR and Corporate Communications. The Bulldog Reporter, which publishes the online trade journal Daily ‘Dog, is the PR/communication industry’s largest circulation industry and is known to communicate news on professional development events as well as other related materials.
I’m proud to announce to you that Cisco Systems’ entry titled “Cisco’s the Network” was recognized as the Grand Prize winner of the “Best Use of Digital/Social in a Communications Campaign” category. Read More »
Tags: 2012 bulldog digital/social pr award, awards, bulldog reporter, digital social media
Susan McDonough at home with her 3 sons, 2 nephews and niece, aged 3 to 16.
Work-life integration can provide challenges like no other, as working parents can attest to. Cisco continues to meet this challenge with various programs that have been recognized by Working Mother magazine’s prestigious 2012 100 Best Companies list. And we’re extremely proud of Susan McDonough, vice president of Corporate Development at Cisco who leads the acquisition integration and operations, named as Working Mother of the Year in the same publication.
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