Visit Cisco Live and Networkers Virtual on Wednesday, April 20th at 10am Pacific to view the live Techwise TV Workshop “Troubleshooting High-Value SIP Solutions”. This informative session is all about how to troubleshoot and debug Session Initiation Protocol (SIP). Join Cisco’s TechWiseTV Chief Geek Jimmy Ray Purser as he hosts Cisco Sr. Product Manager and Co-Author of “SIP Trunking” Darryl Sladden. They will dive deep, and share some of the leading IOS methods to debug SIP, plus a few hidden gems in IOS that many engineers may not know about.
Access is free. Attendees to Cisco Live and Networkers Virtual can access over one hundred keynotes, super sessions and technical sessions, as well as network with peers, visit our Partner Resource Center and play games and win prizes. To extend your access to the entire session catalog, with over 1000 technical sessions, subscribe to the Premier Access pass.
Join us on Tuesday, April 19th, for our upcoming live CSC Expert Series event, inside Cisco Live and Networkers Virtual. If you were a fan of the “Ask The Expert” events, you will be happy to know that we will continue with our normal format, under this new name. CSC Expert Series events are part of our content partnership with the Cisco Support Community. Take advantage of these opportunities to get answers to your questions live, in real-time, by a Cisco expert. The event is free to attend, and you can win prizes!
Join Cisco expert Ankur Bajaj, a senior customer support engineer at Cisco. He will present and discuss NAC deployment: Inband, Virtual Gateway, and L2. Ankur holds a CCIE security certification. Don’t miss this opportunity to get your questions answered live by a top Cisco expert!
If your organization is like most, you’ve been through a lot the last two years. Layoffs mean friends were let go, teams reshaped, and everyone is doing more with less. Your organization has weathered the storm, but not without its share of cuts and bruises—especially to the human side of the organization.
A successful business is about more than operations.
During this WebEx, best-selling business author Ken Blanchard shares three key strategies Read More »
I’ve attended 12 Partner Summits, if you can believe it, so I wanted to take a moment to share with you some of the things you need to know before you attend this year’s event. The event starts on Monday, February 28 in New Orleans, Louisiana and Virtual Partner Summit begins on Tuesday March 1.
As a Partner Summit veteran, I’ve got some tried-and-true tips for enjoying the event. (Watch the cartoon version of me in this video, walking you through the things you should do to prepare.)
Keep reading to find out about some of the big topics we’ll be covering next week at Partner Summit 2011 and how you can get involved. Read More »
On Feb. 3rd, Brian Fetherstonhaugh, Chairman and CEO of OgilvyOne facilitated a WebEx featuring a panel of thought leaders who shared their knowledge and experiences in using social media to create powerful sales strategies. In part one, Brian shared some amazing research about the changes social media has made to the sales cycle. Today, in part two, we’ll hear from the panel. You can listen to the entire WebEx here.
Meet the panel:
Sam Decker: founder of Mass Relevance. He worked with Dell on their ecommerce engine and also was CMO of Bazaarvoice. Now he is curating content. All of the millions and billions of pieces of content around the world, he pulls it together and curates it so that marketers and salespeople can engage with buyers.
Barbara Weaver Smith: founder and president of The Whale Hunters -- a strategic sales coaching firm. They help small businesses grow explosively by finding bigger customers and signing up bigger deals.
Sergio Balegno: director of research with Marketing Sherpa and MECLABS. His company has a phenomenal repository of over 7,000 case histories for the marketing and sales community.
The discussion in Part One focused on how the sales/buying cycle has really changed because of social media. As a result, selling has changed too. In part two, the discussion turned to evidence of this change and tips for dealing with it.
Is this change in buyer behavior happening in small businesses as well?