This week I had a great opportunity to participate in the first ever Tech on Deck with Robert Scoble and Scott Jordan.
Tech on Deck is being broadcast from SCOTTeVEST’s headquarters in Ketchum, Idaho, which happens to be a mile away from Sun Valley where the annual Allen & Co. Conference is taking place. This event boasts an impressive list of the who’s who in technology and media so Robert and Scott thought what better time to do a live broadcast exploring many different topics ranging from technology, to startups, to music and more. We provided the video collaboration and wireless network technology to help make Robert and Scott’s vision become reality.
During our discussion, we talked about what I am doing at Cisco, our vision for collaboration and dug deep into video and a hot new category called business messaging, Cisco Spark and our cloud platform. I am glad to have supported this inaugural event and check out the full interview here.
Broadcast live streaming video on Ustream
Congratulations to the entire Tech on Deck team for a successful event!
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Tags: Cisco, Cisco Spark, collaboration, meraki, teck on deck, TWiST, video collaboration, wireless
Well, CiscoLive Milan 2015 is behind us…..but hopefully the energy and insights you took away from it stay with you – at least till next CiscoLive. Our attendees rated it as our most successful CiscoLive EMEAR ever……and having been to a few of them myself I’d happily agree!
I had the opportunity to speak with many attendees at the World of Solutions, both on the guided tours and also at the mobility demos. The overall impression I got from speaking with you is that you are as excited (and challenged) as we are about the dramatic changes going on in IT. The transformation of IT has moved from hype to reality – and many of you at CiscoLive are the ones being asked by your company to make these changes happen.
Now, whether you attended Live and missed a session – or you were not in Milan at all – you can still check out many of the keynotes and sessions on-line.
One of the highlights was the Enterprise Networking Trends keynote Read More »
Tags: #CLEUR, 11ac, Cisco CMX, cisco live, innovation, meraki, Meraki Challenge, milan, Milano, mobile workspace, mobility, technology, wi-fi, wlan, YOD
Each week, we’ll highlight the most important Cisco Partner Ecosystem news and stories, as well as point you to important, Cisco-related partner content you may have missed along the way. Here’s what you might have missed this week:
Off the Top
Bruce Klein had big news on the Cisco Partner Ecosystem this week as he blogged about how Cisco ONE and Meraki drive opportunities for partners. Bruce’s blog covers the launch announcements from Cisco Live Milan, and talks about how simple it is now to choose from what Cisco offers via Cisco ONE and Meraki.
Check it out and let us know what you think!
What do Technical Sales People Need to Achieve Maximum Success?
As always, Karin Surber has great insight into the mind of the sales force. In her blog this week, Karin explores how the average technical salesperson’s day breaks down by time and interaction with the customer. She points out how planning that interaction properly can greatly affect the success with those customers.
She also has some information on how the Cisco Partner Plus program can support your sales through a holistic sales model. Be sure to take a look and provide Karin with some feedback. Read More »
Tags: Bruce Klein, Cisco, Cisco ONE, collaboration, karin surber, meraki, partner, richard mcleod, sales thought leadership, Weekly Rewind
As the Cisco Partner Ecosystem continues its growth, and customers transform IT to increase business outcomes, we want to create opportunity for our partners so they can choose what makes sense for their business, and pick the roles they want to play in the marketplace. A priority is driving partner success around new consumption models and software, as well as cloud.
Today at the Cisco Live event in Milan, Italy, we are announcing an expansion of our offers into infrastructure software with the launch of Cisco ONE Software, which presents a large opportunity for partners. You can learn more reading John Brigden’s blog also posted today.
We are also announcing the re-launch of Cisco Meraki as an enterprise class, cloud-managed IT solution. When Meraki was acquired, it was identified as an excellent area within Cisco for growth in the midmarket and predominantly for wireless. However, with more than 20 hardware product updates and more than 40 software releases in two years, we are not only seeing Meraki succeed in midmarket, but in the enterprise space as well. Our customers are not only deploying Meraki for Wi-Fi but as a broader network, security, and mobility management solution. Cisco’s Rob Soderbery provides more details in his blog here.
We realize that software is core to this new era of business, and I want you to know that software is core to Cisco. Let me delve into the details of what this means to partners. Read More »
Tags: Bruce Klein, Cisco, Cisco Live Milan, Cisco ONE, Cisco Partner Ecosystem, meraki, partner
Whether you are among the 8,000 attendees participating at Cisco Live Milan in-person or among our many virtual attendees catching the live web broadcast, you’ll find lots to help you with your mobility-related projects.
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Tags: #CLEUR, 11ac, 802.11ac, byod, Cisco CMX, cisco live, innovation, meraki, Meraki Challenge, milan, Milano, mobile, mobility, technology, wi-fi, wlan, workspace