Whether you work at a specialty boutique firm or a large global enterprise, video is having a profound impact on the way we do business in today’s digitally connected world. Nowhere is this more visible than at a global architecture firm like Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates (KPF).
Headquartered in New York City with offices in six global locations, KPF exemplifies the workplace of the future—that is, one that allows virtual teams to work together anytime, anywhere. My Cisco co-worker Diane Davidson recently had the pleasure of visiting KPF’s New York office, where she was able to see their collaboration infrastructure firsthand. Not only do they have an environment that allows project teams to work together from any location at anytime, they also have video on every end point—from desktop video phones, laptops, tablets and smart phones to room systems. According to James Brogan, AIA Director, Firmwide Technology, that’s because face-to-face communication is absolutely critical to the firm’s success.
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Tags: collaboration, Professional Services, TelePresence, unified communications, WebEX
Hello all. I’m here at Cisco LIVE preparing for the Public Sector Open Session. At the PS Open Session, you will hear about Cisco’s offerings around Cloud, Cybersecurity and Collaboration. I also hear that they have a special treat for those attending. Someone said something about the Alaska Wildlife Preserve. We had our rehearsal session this morning, so I got a bit of a sneak peak, but you’ll just have to join us Sunday afternoon to see more.
I will be providing updates on a daily basis, including some videos, of the happenings going on here. Please check back to see what’s happening, some of the highlights, and what Cisco is doing for Public Sector customers.
I would also like to mention that we have some new ways to communicate with us. We have a brand new Twitter account where you can follow what’s happening at @CiscoGovt. And, we’ve recently brought up our Public Sector Community, a place where you can talk with your peers at the Public Sector Customer Connection. This is a place for you to discuss your concerns, issues and wins with other Cisco customers without having Cisco people interfere. Rest assured, we will be listening, and we will make sure you know who is listening, so that you can be sure your conversations are being heard by the right people. But this is intended to be a place where you can talk openly about whatever is on your mind. I look forward to seeing your conversations.
That’s if for now. Watch for further updates, videos and happenings from Cisco LIVE 2011.
Tags: Cisco Live 2011, cloud, collaboration, government, public sector
Authored by : Kent Wong, Product Manager, Technical Services
It was a evening like any other. The Lone Admin walks into a his local watering hole to relax after a full day of battling issues and keeping his company’s network safe and secure. He is known somewhat as a miracle worker, a conundrum wrapped in an enigma. Even against the most sinister of network issues he is able to stand his ground and find resolution all by himself. How does he do it? None of his peers know.
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Tags: Apple iPad, cisco support community, collaborate, collaboration, discussion forum, engage, forums, iPad apps, iphone, mobile, online support, online video, small business, small business support, tech support, tehncial support, wifi
Hi everyone. I’m starting to pack my bags for Vegas and looking forward to being the host for Cisco Live 2011 – my third year as host.
I’ll be joining about 14,000 (!) of you at The Mandalay Bay hotel, and about 40,000 of you will be joining us virtually – from either ustream or the Cisco Live virtual landing page (where you can also access the ustream broadcast).
This is a record breaker for total attendance (about a 15% increase over last year) so it’s either me or the slot machines bringing so many of you to Vegas. I’m having a lot of fun hearing from some of you already on the Cisco Events mobile app. All the downloading instructions are on the Cisco Live site.
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Tags: captain kirk, cisco live, collaboration, las vegas
Many of you have asked me and my team about the session codes for the new Manufacturing Industry Industrial Intelligence day on 12th July 2011 and how to register for the exclusive sessions if you’re attending Cisco Live! So here’s the scoop:
Since many of you have a full conference registration package, you have access to Industrial Intelligence Day as part of your pass. Yes -- we made it possible! You can game the system. We made it easier than Groupon!
You can sign up for the following 3 sessions on CiscoLive Scheduler at https://www.ciscolive2011.com/scheduler (use your login you received with your confirmation) and just click ‘add to schedule’.
The great thing is you can now win an iPAD2 by attending these sessions*
The 3 sessions are:
SIPIAD-1420 -- Improving Energy Efficiency and Sustainability in Industrial Applications
SIPIAD-1421 -- Advanced Industrial Networks: Wired, Wireless, Resilient & Precise
SIPIAD-1423 -- Industrial Intelligence Key Note and Panel
These 3 sessions comprise Industrial Intelligence Day (full agenda at http://www.ciscolive.com/us/attendees/solutions/industrial.php?zid=us-home-spot3
Please note that all 3 sessions will all be conveniently held in the same room -- Mandalay Bay F on Tuesday, July 12th, starting with a hosted breakfast at 7 am. An informal networking hosted lunch is also included as part of the day. Read More »
Tags: aeroscout, automation, Borderless Networks, Cisco, cisco live, ciscolive, collaboration, Common Industrial Protocol, Energy Management, industrial, Industrial Automation, Industrial Intelligence, industrial networking, industrial wireless, innovation, librestream, Manufacturing, mobility, Panduit, partner, Rockwell, security, video, virtualization, wireless