Tomorrow we open Cisco’s 2nd annual Social Media Summit! We are excited to have a packed house and are looking forward to learning and connecting with all of you! Alex Romano and I are kicking off tomorrow’s Video session and we thought we’d give you some quick and easy video interview tips prior to the kickoff… via video of course! 😉
Got any other good video tips to share? Leave a comment below!
Don’t forget to tweet during the event! The hashtag is #ragancisco
Tags: social media, Social Media Summit, video
Welcome to Cisco Communities!
You may have noticed that My Cisco Community has undergone a serious face-lift. Starting April 15th we launched the new and improved program now called Cisco Communities.
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Tags: collaboration, communities, JIVE, redesign, social media
A live webcast debate, an invitation to the royal wedding and much more! Cisco has been busy this week. Check out what you might have missed!
1.) When “Good Enough” is Not Good Enough
This week Cisco began to debunk the myth of the “good enough” network. There are some vendors that say the network still just connects things and all you need is a tactical network, capable of addressing existing business requirements and current challenges. We call this the “Good Enough Network.” Cisco wants to debunk the myth that “good” is good enough for your business.
On Wednesday, April 27, Cisco hosted a webcast with Rob Lloyd, Cisco’s EVP of Worldwide Operations, and other executives as they outlined the seven most common misperceptions about taking a tactical, multi-vendor approach to building business-critical networks. Watch a replay of the webcast and look for Cisco to continue to debunk the seven myths in the weeks to come!
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Tags: Borderless Networks, Cisco ASR 9000, myths, News@Cisco, royal wedding, social media
I am looking forward to the second Social Media Summit, not just as a host but as a practitioner. I’m looking forward to meeting new people and connecting with old friends. I’m excited to be partnering with Ragan Communications again this year on 3 days of learning, fun and sharing.
If you’re like me and want to stay on top of social media best practices, then get your fix on May 4 -6 on how to engage employees, build strong customer relationships and create brand buzz online. You can start the conversation now by letting us know which sessions you’re looking forward to most and why. Just remember to use the #ragancisco hash tag on Twitter. Even better, show your support for our presenters by checking in to our Cisco Mobile Application for a chance to win some really cool prizes:
- a 1-hour complementary Cisco TelePresence session between you and a friend in 2 qualifying locations,
- 2 Cisco ūmi Home TelePresence units, one for you and one for a friend, with a 1-year service subscription each
Click here for the official Sweepstakes Terms and Conditions and to download Cisco Event Mobile App.
If you are looking for social media conversations beyond the sessions, mingle with your fellow practitioners at the Twitter lounge at the event sponsored by Definition 6 and join us on Thursday (05/05/11) evening for a networking reception.
What say you? Are we going to see you on May 4?
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And the winner is…the Cisco ASR 9000 Test Drive! B-to-B Magazine awarded Cisco the “Best Use of Viral Video in a Marketing Campaign.” But wait, there’s more. The Cisco ASR 9000 Test Drive is also one of three finalists for B-to-B Magazine’s “People’s Choice” Award. So, please see for yourself and VOTE for Cisco (we’re second on the list and you can watch the video below).
What matters most, however, is that customers have loved this demo. You can be told that the Cisco ASR 9000 has been architected and optimized to deliver non-stop video content. But until you see the difference for yourself, you may remain a skeptic. So, we took the saying “seeing is believing” to heart and enabled anyone to take the Cisco ASR 9000 on a test drive and see just how this aggregation router delivers video packets flawlessly. With a push of a button, you can control a robot to remove the route switch processor card from the Cisco ASR 9000 and watch as video is delivered uninterrupted.
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Tags: Aggregation Router, asr 9000, award, BtoB magazine, carrier ethernet, demonstration, edge network, edge router, robot arm demo, Service Provider, social media, viral video