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Höganäs North America chooses Cisco over others for Unified Wireless and Secure Network – Part 2

November 28, 2011 at 1:36 pm PST

Today, at Höganäs North America, the high-performance Cisco network delivers the day-to-day voice and data communications needed for around-the-clock communications and network connectivity that are vital to Höganäs’ staff for not only daily operations but to ensure the safety of their 80 plant employees: activities such as enabling crane operators servicing furnaces to alert nearby teams to help ensure their safety for example.

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Höganäs North America chooses Cisco over Motorola, Nortel, Avaya, and others – Part 1

November 18, 2011 at 4:11 pm PST

Don’t you just hate it when you drop your phone and it just stops working? My last phone fell out of my top pocket when I leaned over our pool and even though I got it out in less than 10 seconds and tried to dry it out, it was toast. Well, soggy toast I suppose.

There are times when you need something more. If you’re a manufacturer and you need some ruggedization then you might find it advantageous to look at the Cisco offerings. There are rugged versions of several products: switches, wireless access points and IP phone handsets to name just three. In the video I talk about one of them, the 7925G-EX handset that has been available for a short while now, and is being increasingly adopted by customers.  Read More »

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People Development Team in the UK Works Smarter with WebEx

Good business people are always looking for smart ways to enhance their business while getting back valuable time for their personal life.

People Development Team (PDT) in the United Kingdom has found an answer. It is using WebEx to transform how it delivers global development training ranging from management development to leadership, culture change and Unconscious Bias Inclusion training.

With rising fuel costs, travel costs are skyrocketing.

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WebEx Training Center Helps Advance Down Syndrome Research and Education

Stephanie Bennett is a research psychologist for Down Syndrome Education International, a UK-based charity that works to improve education for young people with Down syndrome. Stephanie does a lot of research into the development of children with Down syndrome and then shares her research with parents and professionals around the world.

Making communication simple, personal and immediate.

Before January of last year, she was relying on a website and newsletters to communicate but it presented challenges. “We wanted to find a better, more interactive way of educating those who need to know about Down syndrome in a more simple and timely matter – be it a parent or professional,” she explains. Read More »

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Cisco ūmi: Can You See Me Now? A New Market, A New Product, A New Experience (case study)

February 10, 2011 at 1:26 pm PST

What is Cisco ūmi? Think of it as a TV-based video conferencing tool designed for consumers to help stay connected with our loved ones (for now in the US). You and the person you want to connect with each get a Cisco ūmi, hook it up to your TV, pay a monthly fee and you’re ready to chat away with grandma and grandpa on the East Coast or with your son or daughter in college. Wondering how to set it up? Check out Cisco ūmi social media manager, Zoya Fallah’s blog and first video message using this product. Then, read Alisa’s story on how she used ūmi to connect with grandpa.

Now that you have a better understanding of what Cisco ūmi is and what it does, let’s shift gears. The purpose of this blog post is to share with you how we introduced this product. This launch wasn’t just about a new product, but about a new experience…Our goal was to show through Read More »

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