Some schools are already tackling this mobile experience. Brisbane Girls Grammar School is a secondary school in Queensland, Australia with 1000 students. It has recognised the extent to which mobile devices, communications and technology play an integral role in business and consumer lifestyles and recently implemented a “bring your own device” strategy for students and teachers. It runs a wireless network across its campus that supports two personal devices per person — whether laptop, mobile phone or tablet — as well as school owned devices. Up to 3,000 devices are supported on the network for educational purposes at one time.
The month of January always seems to be a very busy time at gyms; everyone starts the New Year off with good intentions. Now that February is here I can definitely see the trail off of in attendance at the local gym. Have you resolved to deploy video this year, or maybe your users have resolved for you J ? You’ll need to ensure your network is fit for the job. It won’t be difficult at all. There are features to make it easy to stay on track.
The first of those features is AutoQos.
The concept of Auto Qos is that the hard work of defining a QOS strategy and implementing it on the network is already done for you. Two main things compromise that strategy, what are the DSCP settings that should be used and how to interpret those setting into a configuration that implements classification, policing and queuing mechanisms within the network.
I hope all of you social media gurus are enjoying the great speakers Cisco lined up for Social Media Week! And while no surprise to us video enthusiasts, it was great to see industry thought leaders repeatedly reference video as the killer app when it comes to engaging your audience in social media and beyond.
Jeanette Gibson, Cisco Global Social Media Marketing Director, illustrated some great examples of how Cisco uses video to scale subject matter experts internally and for customer support, as well as how Cisco has been able to measure purchase and impact on revenue with video.
A great example is this video made about the ASR 9000 router that encourages viewers to schedule a demo. The video has garnered 10,000 views, which has led to 800 demos, 200 qualified leads, resulting in $18M of influence sales. Talk about an ROI for video!
Of course, enterprise video content comes in many forms and doesn’t have to be a highly produced video like this example. Grassroots video from passionate employees can also be a great tool to promote a brand and share information internally or externally about a company or product.
Making it easy for employees to capture, transform and share video so that “anyone can be a video publisher,” as Jeanette said, is key to an enterprise video strategy that embraces video as a part of its culture.