If you were unable to attend Cisco Live! Milan, or weren’t able to attend all the sessions that interested you, Cisco has made the session videos and PDFs available on the Cisco Live! website. More videos are being added daily and all should be available by February 22, 2014.
The Cisco Live! website maintains a large on-demand library with presentations and video recordings from Cisco Live! events hosted from 2011 to present. After registering, anyone can view the presentations and embedded videos at their leisure. Your Cisco Live! account is not tied to your Cisco.com account, so those credentials will not work!
Exciting new announcements are made regularly at Cisco Live! In Milan, Chris Young, Senior Vice President of Cisco Security, took the opportunity to share that Cisco was opening up it’s TrustSec capabilities to other vendors. In his blog post, Kevin Regan highlights what this means to the community. Read More »
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It’s hard to believe that over eight years have passed since I started working with Cisco. Along the way, I learned so much from peers, the industry, and about myself. As I get ready to pursue a new adventure outside of Cisco, I wanted to share some key learnings I think may be helpful to other digital and social media professionals and give a shout out to a few people!
Top 5 Learnings for Digital and Social Media Professionals
Top 5 Learnings for Any Digital and Social Media Professional
- Carve out an individual online persona that is true to yourself and is relatable to the audience.
- We all have expertise to offer in our roles and throughout the socialsphere. Share this knowledge and make an impact in a collaborative way. It may take time, so patience is a must. Look for ways to share and interact with others, where ever its most comfortable for you. (I personally find LinkedIn, Twitter, blogging, and Pinterest to help me create and develop these relationships.) Read More »
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#Ciscosmt November 21st Twitter Chat
Thank you to everyone that participated in the Let’s Chat! #Ciscosmt Series 2014 Digital and Social Media Trends Twitter chat. What a lively discussion and a special thanks to our guest Molly McHugh (@iammollymchugh), Web and Social Section Editor at @DigitalTrends. She really helped outline trends we should watch out for in several key areas from the way we use social media channels to impact of big data.
Check out this transcript and let us know your viewpoints for 2014 digital and social media trends! And stay tuned for more 2014 #Ciscosmt activity details by following the Cisco Digital and Social blog and the #Ciscosmt hashtag!
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It’s not often that I get to meet with hundreds of passionate students who are eager to learn! That was the scene at the Cisco Networking Academy Student Day this week in Chile, which was an incredible chance to meet students and instructors and speak about their future careers in technology.
The Cisco Networking Academy helps individuals prepare for industry-recognized certifications and entry-level information and communication technology (ICT) careers in virtually every type of industry. Nearly 30,000 students participate in the program each year in Chile, and worldwide the number reaches over 1 million.
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Each year, thousands of U.S. veterans return from the battlefield with exceptional leadership, technical and other skills they have acquired overseas. Even so, many experience difficulty finding a job, and return feeling overwhelmed by the high unemployment rate they are up against. Today, in a program to assist veterans in transferring their military experience into successful careers, the Michigan Workforce Development Agency (WDA) and Cisco are teaming up to pilot IT training and certification programs aimed at connecting veterans with in-demand job opportunities.
“We’ve got all these young people coming back from Iraq and Afghanistan, have made incredible sacrifices, have taken on incredible responsibilities — you know, you see some 23-year-old who’s leading a platoon in hugely dangerous circumstances, making decisions, operating complex technologies. These are folks who can perform, but unfortunately, what we’re seeing is that a lot of these young veterans have a higher unemployment rate than people who didn’t serve. And that makes no sense.”
- President Barack Obama
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