In my previous blog I introduced the concept of Cisco Cloud Connectors, which help enhance cloud services for customers and partners, and listed the latest Cisco Cloud Connectors.
Today I am excited to share the next round of Cisco Cloud Connectors developed with third-parties and just announced at Cisco Live London! These Cisco Cloud Connectors expand further into a broad set of cloud-based applications and were developed by a growing list of third party partners. These new Cisco Cloud Connectors help address pain points in various domains such as storage, hospitality, security, VDI, identity, shipping and digital signage. Read More »
Tags: CIN, Cloud Connectors, Cloud Intelligent Network, CTERA, Desktone, Industry Weapon, ISR G2, Maginatics, Nevotek, Panzura, Ping Identitly, Ping Identity, SecureLogix, Setel Hellas, Unitrends
Cloud computing is coming, and we’re seeing businesses migrating to cloud services very quickly – Gartner expects 60% of enterprises will have migrated branch office services to the cloud or virtualized servers by 2015 (Gartner Analyst Review, February 2012). Yet, oddly enough, many businesses have done relatively little to prepare their existing network infrastructure for the inevitable transformation – despite the fact the network remains the critical path between their users and the cloud services they need to get their job done.
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Tags: CIN, cloud, Cloud Intelligent Network, IT Professionals
Every year, the Internet Marketing Committee of China (IMCC) gives out a Golden Award to recognize individuals who have displayed outstanding contributions to the realm of Internet Marketing in Greater China. For 2011, China’s Cisco Interaction Network (CIN) team won the Golden Award, so we wanted to take a moment to highlight their program.
An online initiative launched in China in June 2009, CIN is a communications resource focused upon delivering technology and business content and workshops. Over the past two years, its total registrants have doubled to nearly 42,000 individuals, and workshop attendees have escalated by over 400%, which portrays the fact that an increasing number of Chinese customers are interested in having two-way engagements while learning from technology experts. The program’s efforts were enhanced by online and social media tactics such as quarterly newsletters and consistently communicating with their fans on their Sina Weibo site (China’s most widely used microblogging website akin to a hybrid of Twitter and Facebook).
Why has this program been so well-received by the Chinese market?
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Tags: awards, China, CIN, Cisco, Cisco Interaction Network, customer event, customers, Golden Award, IMCC