Have you ever loved something so much you had to write a letter making your feelings known? We understand. At Cisco, we all feel a strong love for video and this Valentine’s Day Cisco Collaboration finally tried to put into words just how strong that love is.
It’s a unique kind of love, but there are some familiar themes. Video makes our days better and our lives easier. We have relied on video to be there for us throughout the years and our passion for video has not diminished, it has only grown stronger. Video has made some amazing stories possible and saved us time, money, and countless hassles. Take a look at our love letter to video to see just how deep our love really goes.
Tags: Cisco, collaboration, love letter, TelePresence, Valentine's Day, video
Our feelings about video are undeniable year-round, but what better day to make a profession of love than Valentine’s day! Take a look at this “anonymously” written letter I found taped to my personal video unit this morning…
This Valentine’s Day, we’d like to take a moment to celebrate the exciting relationship we’ve shared over the years and make a toast to our future. Together, we bridge the gaps created by distance, time—even language barriers. Whether we’re in the boardroom or on the go, together we make the connections happen to nourish business and personal relationships. Whether I’m with you in an immersive collaboration room, or using you on the device in my pocket, I know that you are always there for me – helping me connect with my customers, partners, and colleagues, making my life so much easier.
Over the years, we’ve worked together to spread the love. We’ve brought Santa Claus to hospitalized children. We’ve brought U.S. troops home for the holidays. We’ve caught wedding fever and helped brides get the feedback needed to say “Yes!” to the dress by connecting with faraway family and friends. We’ve given kids in Ghana the opportunity to see snow in Hershey, Pennsylvania—and connect with other students half a planet away.
Video, you’ve made collaboration better. For more than 2.6 billion minutes monthly, video enriches the WebEx meeting experience on desktops as well as the more than 5.5 million tablets, smartphones and laptops that have downloaded the WebEx app. Meetings are now fully interactive experiences that offer real-time feedback and visual context to the more than 11 million registered WebEx hosts who meet with the more than 46 million coworkers, customers and clients on WebEx each month via the cloud. Read More »
Tags: Cisco, collaboration, jabber, love letter, TelePresence, Valentine's Day, video, WebEX
It’s February 14, and Valentine’s Day is already trending on Twitter. It’s estimated that more than 60% of adults will take time today to honor the important relationships in their lives. According to History.com, approximately 150 million cards and gifts will be sent. Couples will go on dates, friends will celebrate, and millions of people will exchange loving sentiments. Social media sites will light up with Valentine’s Day comments and pictures of happy couples, gifts, candy, and flower arrangements. It will dominate your newsfeeds and social streams, but what else do social media and Valentine’s Day have in common? Here are 5 things they share (and what you can learn from it).
1. A celebration of relationships.
When I was a child, I couldn’t wait for the Valentine’s Day gift exchange at school. It was a bright spot in the middle of a dreary winter season. I would carefully select a Valentine’s Day card for each of my classmates and drop it into a decorated box. I’d quickly run back to my own box, empty it out, and sort through all of the cards. I felt special. Important. Believe it or not, a similar scenario occurs daily on social sites like Facebook and Twitter. Think about it. These sites offer the digital equivalent of the Valentine’s Day card exchange. We create an online “box” and decorate it with pictures, profile information, and branding. We then encourage people to visit our boxes and “like” or “follow” them. When someone likes a social page, a relationship begins. With any blossoming relationship, what you do next is very im Read More »
Tags: digital engagement, relationships, social media, Valentine's Day
On February 14th, it’s hard to keep your mind focused on work. If you’re like me, you were wondering if the flowers, candy, and teddy bear you ordered would get delivered to your wife on time, or if the butcher would have any steaks left by the time you made it to the market after work. Frankly the last thing on my mind was the possibilities enabled when we connect people, processes, data and things, also known as the Internet of Everything (#IoE).
This Valentine’s Day, Cisco’s Social Media Marketing team leveraged a broadly engaging topic that very few people would associate with the Internet of Everything through real-time marketing. Read More »
Tags: Cisco, content marketing, Internet of Everything, IoE, Real-time Marketing, social media, social media listening, Tomorrow Starts Here, Valentine's Day
It’s easy to share some time with the ones you love.
Use WebEx and you can host a video conference that lets you see your special love, your parents, your kids or anyone else you are missing on Valentine’s Day. You can see up to six people at once during your video conference.
Use WebEx absolutely free.
You can also record the conversation and save it – so you have a lasting memory. Here’s all you need to do to get started. Read More »
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