Thank you to everyone who visited the Cisco NRF booth last month. We had a huge of amount traffic and a number of exciting demonstrations plus the announcement of our “Catch Em and Keep Em” consumer research study. We also shot a number of videos from the show floor which I hope you all enjoy.
We announced the new Catch Em and Keep Em consumer research on how retailers can attract and retain channel hopping shoppers. The research is now avialable for download here
Jon Stine and Lisa Fretwell from Cisco IBSG talks about the new research released at NRF 2012. For more research information visit IBSG’s landing page for NRF 2012 or read Lisa Fretwell’s blog http://blogs.cisco.com/?p=57436
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This week in No Jitter, Cisco Collaboration Senior Vice President and General Manager Barry O’Sullivan looked into his crystal ball and elaborated on his predictions for 2012.
In an excerpt, Barry predicts:
“1. Post PC-era will explode
2. Video will break through
3. Contact Centers will evolve as customers choose to interact with companies in radically new ways
4. Companies will use the cloud and desktop virtualization to provide collaboration capabilities across the enterprise
5. Social business processes will become mainstream for many.”
Read Barry’s predictions in more detail and the follow-up answers Barry gave to Eric Krapf’s questions. I trust you’ll enjoy reading the article. Send in your predictions for 2012 for collaboration, video, social software, and contact center.
Tags: Android, Cisco Cius, Cius, cloud, Cloud Computing, collaboration, contact center, desktop virtualization, desktop virtualization infrastructure, hosted contact center, IBM, IBM Connections, iPad, iphone, jabber, lync, mac, Microsoft Lync, PC, Post-PC Era, quad, RIM, smartphone, Smartphones, social, Social Business, tablet, unified communications, video
Know it, use it, sell it. That’s going to be my new motto this year. The idea behind this credo is that before you sell a product, you have to know the product inside out and use it day-to-day–only then can you truly understand what your customers need and want.
In this episode of Partner Update, we learn how one Cisco partner fully embraces this motto in its hosted UCS practice and how this is impacting their sales.
We also cover Cisco switching innovations, a new ad campaign to reach customers, a pop quiz, partner tools for success in 2012, powering up connected grids, building a bulletproof networks for gamers, how to rock the Cius, and more.
Tune in and get all of your Cisco partner news, in less than five short minutes.
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Tags: built for the network, Cisco, Cius, connected grid, Neutral Tandem, nexus IS, partner, partner update
Day 2 at Cisco Live UK is rapidly underway!
It has been quite an exciting day, and it started with me traveling on a red double-decker red bus and then on ‘the tube’ – well, we are in London!
Cisco’s CTO Padmasree Warrior delivered her keynote speech, “Zero to Zetta,” on the macro industry trends driving the industry today. She discussed many of today’s hottest IT topics, from the relentless explosion of devices and content on the Internet, the rapid ascent of Bring Your Own Device (BYOD), the emergence of the Internet of Things (IoT), to the new models of consumption of cloud computing. Within this backdrop, she talked about Cisco’s unique architectural approach to innovation and its focus on building the Intelligent Network to optimize the infrastructure in light of the changes facing the industry today.
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Tags: #CLEUR, 1550 Access Points, byod, Cisco, Cisco Live UK, Cius, Converged Industrial Ethernet, Converged Industrial Wireless, David Maez, Device Multiplicity, honeywell, Industrial Infrastructure, Industrial Intelligence, Industrial Work Enablement, ISA100, M2M, Manufacturing, One Network, OSI, Padma Warrior, padmasree warrior, Panduit, Peter Granger, Rockwell Automation, wifi, WirelessHART
We saw what happened when William Wallace upgraded to the Right Network, but how about Paul Revere? Equipped with a Cisco Cius tablet and a reliable wireless connection, Paul can quickly communicate the impending British invasion to fellow Patriots. There’s no need for a midnight ride when you’ve got the Right Network.
Watch the video!
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Tags: Cisco, Cius, mid-market, midnight ride, networking, patriots, Paul Revere, right network, small business, wireless