Did you know that two out of five college students say the Internet is more important than dating, hanging out with friends, partying and listening to music? This is just one of the many findings from the Cisco Connected World Technology Report. Discover the rest of the findings here.
Unfortunately, there’s no sure-fire formula for creating viral videos. But videos that offer useful information, not just entertainment, can spark the most interest among customers. What B2B videos have you found most useful?
For more than 25 years, Cisco has systematically invested in customer relationships and developed a reputation for doing whatever it takes to deliver on its commitments. Learn more about how Cisco sets itself apart from the competition.
Take a look at what The Network will be highlighting next week!
The Future of the Social Web: Social Graphs Vs. Interest Graphs: Social networks seemed poised to take over the Web. In reality, they still have a ways to go in delivering targeted services to customers. Check out this new feature on Monday!
Now Playing on the Intranet: Video for Internal Communications. Internal communications professionals are always looking for ways to get time-strapped employees to pay attention to company news. Today, enterprise social media tools have turned internal communications into a two-way dialogue, allowing employees to participate in discussions, share ideas, and ask questions.
And, that’s a wrap! Have a great weekend everyone!
Greetings from hot and humid New Orleans! I’ve been down here in the South for a little under a week, and I’m already starting to say “y’all.” This week has been busy getting settled and preparing myself for school to start next Monday; my textbooks are all lined up and ready to go on my desk right now. However, I had just enough time for another adventure, but this time with a different kind of newsroom.
Welcome back to another weekly wrap up of our top stories and features from The Network. For those of you who participated in or even watched CiscoLive, I hope you enjoyed it as much as I did! Check out what we’ve been up to this week.
As you all know by now, CiscoLive is just wrapping up in Las Vegas this week. Do you attend Cisco Live onsite or virtually? Tell us your story and you could be featured as the Ultimate Cisco Live Attendee! Turn in your submissions today!
That is what we want to know! Every year tens of thousands IT and communications professionals attend Cisco Live events held around the world as well as virtually. Each attendee is imperative to the success of Cisco Live, and we want to hear why you think you are the ultimate and most loyal Cisco Live attendee! The winner will be highlighted across the Cisco corporate social channels including Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn and on our corporate newsroom, The Network.
How do you show us? It’s simple!
Submit a short paragraph, video, photos (or all three) showcasing why you are the ultimate Cisco Live attendee. It could be related to the number of years you have attended the conference, the content of blogs you’ve written about Cisco Live, specific events you participated in and much more! Read below for all of the guidelines.
Keep paragraph submissions under 300 words and include your name and location.
Limit one submission per person.
By sending your submission you allow Cisco to use your submission across our social channels and The Network. Adherence to the following guidelines will be confirmed prior to the selected submission being featured as the ultimate Cisco Live attendee.
Why are you the ultimate Cisco Live attendee? Let us know today!
Welcome back to another week of The Network’s top stories! We have an exciting week coming up, with Cisco Live in Las Vegas- if you by any chance have any extra plane tickets, feel free to send them my way. Even if you aren’t making your way down to Vegas, stay tuned. We have plenty of exciting stories happening here as well.