Have you ever wanted to go to the cisco.com home page and see what John Chambers is saying right at that moment?
Well, you’ve probably never had that exact wish, but that’s what we’ll be offering home page visitors starting on Monday, May 19th. During the Cisco Live week May 19 – 22, visitors to the cisco.com home page will be able to see a live broadcast of Cisco Live events direct from San Francisco.
We’ll turn on the video feed Monday afternoon just before John Chambers’ keynote, and will continue to broadcast all Cisco Live events through Thursday afternoon as they occur.
John Chambers keynote, Monday at 3:30 pm
Rob Lloyd keynote, Tuesday at 10:00 am
Industry keynote -- IoT, Wednesday at 10:00 am
Guest keynote -- Sal Kahn from Kahn Academy, Thursday at 10:30 am
This is the first time we’re showing a live video feed on our home page. We will be syncing up our publishing updates with the Cisco Live event schedule, so that the video player is available when the keynotes are live. This means we will be publishing the home page 10 times during the event, making for a busy week for my team back at the San Jose HQ.
Cisco.com is Form Factor Friendly
Our home page uses a “web responsive design” approach, which means it adapts its layout according to the user’s viewing environment. This allows us to provide an optimal user experience to users on desktops, tablets and mobile devices. All visitors will need to click the “Play” icon in order to start the video, and the video player detects connection speed and display the appropriate video stream for the user.
Tablet view: Watch Cisco Live Keynotes on your tablet directly from Cisco.com
Mobile View: Tablet view: Watch Cisco Live Keynotes on your mobile directly from Cisco.com
So if you’re browsing around on cisco.com during Cisco Live week, check out the home page and click the “Play” icon to see Cisco Live in action.
Be sure to mark your calendar with must watch keynotes, find out more about Cisco Live:
It’s the end of a fantastic week at Cisco Partner Summit 2014. In case you missed any of the information this week, be sure to check out the day one, day two and day three recaps of this week’s event.
During next week, we will wrap up our coverage of Cisco Partner Summit 2014 with more executive interviews and some more thoughts from our partner ambassadors. However, to wrap up this week, we had the opportunity to talk to the man that heads up Cisco, Chairman and CEO John Chambers.
John was gracious enough to sit down with us and offer his thoughts on what’s been on the minds of our partners, what you need to focus on to make the Internet of Everything (IoE) viable for your clients, and what key takeaways you should walk away with from Cisco Partner Summit 2014.
As John mentioned, we are all facing the “pace of change squared,” but by staying committed to its partners, focusing on market transition, and listening to customers, Cisco can be the number one IT company in the world.
Away we go! Cisco Partner Summit officially kicked off today in Las Vegas. After weeks of anticipation, thousands of partners are getting the latest updates from Cisco here at the event, or via Virtual Partner Summit (VPS).
Partners entered the general session this morning to hear from John Chambers, Chairman and CEO, Bruce Klein, Senior Vice President, Worldwide Partner Organization, and Edison Peres, Senior Vice President of Worldwide Channels.
Today’s presentations were all about strategy and how Cisco’s growing Partner Ecosystem will help both Cisco and its partners thrive. We got the chance to catch up with partners to hear their perspectives on today’s General Session. Here’s what they had to say:
Read on for a full recap of today’s General Session. Read More »
“I offer personal congratulations to Satya Nadella on his appointment as Microsoft’s next CEO. I know him well and I know he will do a great job for Microsoft as he is a seasoned, world-class technology leader. I trust him and I know he instills trust in his customers and partners. I look forward to continuing to work with him and Microsoft to better serve our customers together.”
Profound political, economic, social and, above all, technological forces are transforming our lives, communities and institutions. New global social communication channels are shifting the way decisions are being made from a hierarchical approach to a networked approach, with more access regardless of age, gender, and location. Given these large scale global changes, how do world leaders develop the insights, initiatives, and actions necessary to respond to current and emerging challenges?
That is what Cisco Chairman and CEO John Chambers and a team of Cisco executives will discuss this week at the annual World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos, Switzerland. They will join other business leaders to meet with 250 top political leaders and heads of international organizations to discuss how global governance can be improved through public-private cooperation. The theme of the event is “The Reshaping of the World: Consequences for Society, Politics and Business.”
John will speak on a panel entitled “The New Digital Context: What societal, economic and technological forces are reshaping the digital landscape?” The panel will be moderated by George Cologny, Chairman of the Board and CEO of Forrester Research and also includes Marc Benioff, Chairman and CEO of Salesforce.com, and Gavin Patterson, CEO of the BT Group. You can watch the panel on the WEF website from 9 to 10 a.m. CET (12 to 1 a.m. PST) on Wednesday, January 22.
Cisco executives in attendance will be Tae Yoo, Senior Vice President , Corporate Affairs; Chris Dedicoat, President, Europe, Middle East, Africa and Russia; Chuck Robbins, Senior Vice President, Worldwide Field Operations; and Padmasree Warrior, Chief Technology and Strategy Officer. Cisco attendees will share their insights on how information and communication technology (ICT) can drive continuous innovation and enable sustainable growth. They will also share information about Cisco’s leading corporate social responsibility (CSR) initiatives, which use the Internet of Everything to deliver positive impact through public-private partnerships.
This video overview of CSR activities will be shown at WEF:
John’s talk and the WEF twitter conversation (#WEF2014) will be shown live on the Cisco CSR website, csr.cisco.com. For more information about how to watch the public WEF sessions and follow the conversation, please refer to the World Economic Forum website.