High-quality video is making online training even better. In our upcoming WebEx, our experts will show you how take your training to the next level.
This event is free: register here.
With high-quality video, trainers are starting to enhance the remote training experience – adding face-to-face and new visual dimensions that weren’t possible previously.
Join our experts, Richard Nantel, Co-CEO of Brandon Hall Group, and Cisco eLearning Specialist Linda Uli, as they review the results of a new market study on how organizations are using video for training.
They will discuss innovation today and how they believe video will evolve. They will walk you through best practices on effectively applying video to your virtual classrooms. Dominic Lau from the USC Distance Education Network will share lessons learned from the Viterbi School of Engineering, as they were early adopters of WebEx high quality video for their online classes.
Register today! Click here.
During this session, you will learn how other companies and universities are using video in their blended learning programs, when to use video so it will enhance, rather than detract from the learning objectives, which training scenarios benefit most from video and how to increase your value as a “video-ready” instructor.
WebEx Training Center: New and Improved!
We have retooled our product to bring high-quality video to Training Center; offering a more natural class environment with dynamic face-to-face interaction. We have also streamlined the user interface to make using Training Center even easier. Click here to see a quick tour!
Details: July 19, 2011 | 9am PT | 12pm ET | Click here to register!
Tags: education, event, HQ Video, training, video, WebEX
At Cisco Live today, we turned our attention away from the slot machines and Elvis impersonators, and sat in on the Healthcare Video Architectures session where we learned that 30% of the brain is visual and 60-90% of communication is non-verbal.
While human architecture hasn’t changed over thousands of years, computer architectures certainly have transformed in just a few years (the equivalent of thousands of years in technology time).
When it comes to healthcare–more so than in a lot of other industries–patients need to see doctors, and doctors need to see patients. And thanks to advances in technology, like Cisco HealthPresence, increases in networking speeds, and overall architectural improvements, doctors’ offices can be outfitted with all sorts of telemedicine apparatuses, allowing patients to be seen by the doctor without leaving home.
When outfitting a customer with a solution, there are four major areas for partners to think about: Quality, ease of use, bandwidth, and cost. While cost is usually the top consideration for a customer, in the session we learned that it shouldn’t drive the solution (that’s because a customer could end up buying something that doesn’t meet their clinical needs).
What’s driving the need for video in healthcare? Read More »
Tags: Cisco, cisco live, Cisco Live 2011, Cisco UCS, ciscolive, CL11, healthcare, healthpresence, partners, telehealth, TelePresence, video
Many of you have asked me and my team about the session codes for the new Manufacturing Industry Industrial Intelligence day on 12th July 2011 and how to register for the exclusive sessions if you’re attending Cisco Live! So here’s the scoop:
Since many of you have a full conference registration package, you have access to Industrial Intelligence Day as part of your pass. Yes – we made it possible! You can game the system. We made it easier than Groupon!
You can sign up for the following 3 sessions on CiscoLive Scheduler at https://www.ciscolive2011.com/scheduler (use your login you received with your confirmation) and just click ‘add to schedule’.
The great thing is you can now win an iPAD2 by attending these sessions*
The 3 sessions are:
SIPIAD-1420 – Improving Energy Efficiency and Sustainability in Industrial Applications
SIPIAD-1421 – Advanced Industrial Networks: Wired, Wireless, Resilient & Precise
SIPIAD-1423 – Industrial Intelligence Key Note and Panel
These 3 sessions comprise Industrial Intelligence Day (full agenda at http://www.ciscolive.com/us/attendees/solutions/industrial.php?zid=us-home-spot3
Please note that all 3 sessions will all be conveniently held in the same room – Mandalay Bay F on Tuesday, July 12th, starting with a hosted breakfast at 7 am. An informal networking hosted lunch is also included as part of the day. Read More »
Tags: aeroscout, automation, Borderless Networks, Cisco, cisco live, ciscolive, collaboration, Common Industrial Protocol, Energy Management, industrial, Industrial Automation, Industrial Intelligence, industrial networking, industrial wireless, innovation, librestream, Manufacturing, mobility, Panduit, partner, Rockwell, security, video, virtualization, wireless
Did you know that WebEx has 4.8 million registered users in 225 countries? Or that more than 310,000 WebEx meetings take place every day? As a regular WebEx user myself, stats like those definitely catch my notice. And, I wonder how many plane trips (and trips to the office) are avoided as a result of using WebEx.
With its easy access on laptops, smartphones, and tablets like the Cius or the iPad, plus desktop sharing capabilities, and video to help see one another face-to-face, WebEx truly is a global collaboration tool. See what these customers have to say about how WebEx has changed the way that they conduct meetings.
And if you’re looking to take advantage of WebEx to reduce your own travel costs, read on to find out the details on a limited-time 90% WebEx Everywhere discount promotion for partners, taking place now. Read More »
Tags: Cisco, customer, partner, travel, UC, video, WebEX, webex everywhere
Guest post by Janice Le Litvinoff, General Manager of Cisco’s Digital Media Systems business unit.
IT leaders today are facing a big challenge. How can they best manage the tremendous amounts of video in the enterprise, both employee-generated video content being shared and downloaded among the workforce and live streamed video traveling across their network?
The answer is Cisco’s new family of video delivery products, announced today, called Cisco’s Enterprise Content Delivery System. Cisco’s ECDS optimizes video delivery across an enterprise’s network, enabling companies to deliver the highest-quality live streamed and on-demand video content to their end users anywhere, on any device.
Imagine being able to significantly minimize the impact video has on the network. In the video below, I introduce ECDS and describe how it makes video easier to manage and deliver; removing the headache of deploying video while preserving the high quality video experience for each end user.
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Tags: business video, Cisco, ECDS, medianet, video, video delivery