This week was Cisco Live 2012 in San Diego and I had the pleasure of being able to present to our customers, clients and partners on the topic of FCoE. There’s probably quite a few blogs and tweets about product launches, announcements from all parts of the ecosystem. Any many of you, my readers probably sat in quite a few sessions and walked the World of Solutions. In this entry, I’m not going to talk about what I presented on, but I though I’d answer the question:
What is it like to present? What do you see while you’re up there?
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Tags: Cisco, ciscolive, humor, information, networkers, presentation, Presenter's View
You and your partner are planning a big WebEx presentation and you plan to co-host – but you are in different locations. No problem, that’s easy to do. There are a few tips you’ll want to use to make sure co-hosting goes off without a hitch.
1. Make sure you include your partner as an alternate host for the meeting.
When you schedule the event, you can add your partner’s name and email (details here). This allows your partner to start and continue the meeting if you, the primary host, are late or if you accidentally disconnect from the meeting.
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Tags: co-hosting, hosting, how to, Presenter's View, tips, WebEX