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Is Video Training Better Than Being There?

Videocast featuring  Dr. Susan Holliday, Executive Director, Technology & Information Services, Capistrano Unified School District.

  Is Video Training Better Than Being There?

  Date: June 19, 2012

  Time: 10:00 am – 11:00 am Pacific

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Enterprise video content solutions help you use video in new ways, from organizational communications to training and live events. In particular, training is an ideal use case for video—participants in a live training can go back and review the material at a time and place that’s convenient for them.

 Join Cisco and Dr. Susan Holliday, Executive Director, Technology & Information Services, Capistrano Unified School District, for a videocast on June 19, 2012, 10:00 am Pacific, to hear how they are using video for professional development. Serving 53,000 students in grades pre-K–12, Capistrano Unified School District (Capistrano USD) has 56 campuses spread over 195 square miles in Orange County, California.

Dr. Holliday will cover how the district first put the Cisco video content solution to work capturing and sharing professional development sessions on defining effective instruction and student engagement, for district principals and their site leadership teams. 

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So You Can Meet Over Video. Now What?

Traditionally, content from videoconferences was preserved only in the memories of the participants. Now, new tools to easily capture, transform, and share video extend the life of video and make it available to people anywhere, anytime, using any device. 

Join us for a videocast on June 5th 10:00 am Pacific, to explore how you can extend the reach and value of your  video content for organizational communications, business meetings, and live and on-demand events.  Register now.

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Don't call our enterprise video customers innovative.

The WSJ reported on Wednesday that the word "innovation" is suffering from irrelevance due to overuse.  So I'm not going to call these customers "innovative"; instead, let's call them cutting-edge, visionary, pioneering, creative, inspired.

On June 4, 2012, in Washington, D.C., Computerworld will recognize the achievements of the men, women, organizations and institutions around the world whose visionary applications of information technology promote positive social, economic and educational change as part of the Computerworld Honors Program.

We are extremely proud that two of our enterprise video customers are being recognized as Laureates at this year’s Gala:

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Cisco TelePresence Is Dead. Long Live Cisco TelePresence!

A high five to Zeus Kerravala for hitting the nail on the head in his response to a recent Forbes article predicting the demise of telepresence as we know it. Here's the key quote:

"The real question to be asked here is whether there is enough innovation left in telepresence to allow Polycom and Cisco to stay ahead of the commodity curve, and I think the answer to that is yes."

Yes, Virginia, there is such a thing as a dancing elephant.  Why, just a mere five or so years ago, telepresence was just a twinkle in John Chamber's eye.  Allow me to meander down memory lane. . .

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Is Anyone Out There Using Video Analytics?

What is video analytics?  Why do I need it?  Is anyone actually using it? Join us for a videocast on May 24th for answers to these questions and more.  Learn how Moffitt Cancer Center has implemented an enterprise  video content solution including video analytics to increase the usage and relevance of video throughout the organization. Didier Moretti, Vice President & General Manager, Emerging Technologies Group, Cisco will explain how to analyze the content of video and enable users to search, navigate, share and recommend content.  Register now.

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