Did you know that by the end if 2012, videos will account for 50 percent of all Internet traffic?
Online videos are powerful storytelling tools. Many nonprofits are using them to attract donors and volunteers, and to multiply the impact they can have on the people and communities they serve.
As a sponsor of the 2012 DoGooder Nonprofit Awards, Cisco will get a chance to recognize four nonprofits that have successfully used video to create meaningful, positive change. Read More »
Tags: California, case foundation, Cisco, Cisco CSR, corporate social responsibility, CSR, dogooder, impact multiplied, nonprofits, nten, san francisco, see3, usa, video, video awards, youtube
We’ve been singing the praises on this blog about the Federal government’s efforts to encourage telecommuting for its employees. While great strides continue to be made, new research reveals some hurdles that still remain, before widespread adoption will ensue.
First, the good news. Since the enactment of the Telework Enhancement Act in late 2010, the Federal government has clearly made telework a priority for agencies through the creation of an official guide and an overall cultural shift. Read More »
Tags: federal government, TelePresence, telework, U.S. Telework Enhancement Act of 2010, video
When you use WebEx for a video conference, you don’t have to lose what you do in that moment. Instead of furiously taking notes, you can relax and actually participate in the meeting. Just press record when you get started and let WebEx do the rest.
You can use this feature for meetings or strategically share information with a wider audience. You can even post packaged recordings on WebEx Channels – sharing your content with the global WebEx Network.
Give it a try! It’s easy!
Tags: how to, Online Meeting, Record, video, video conference, WebEX, WebEx Channels
It’s clear from our conversations with customers around the world that we’re in the early stages of a fundamental shift in business. It’s the decade of collaboration. A time of flash communities and knowledge accidents. A time when video, virtualization, social media and mobility influence everything we do. And when employees from any remote corner of an organization can provide the spark for your next important innovation.
But only if you set the stage for collaboration.
Building a collaborative organization isn’t easy. It takes a transformative approach to culture, processes and technology—and an unwavering commitment from top to bottom. Do it and you will be rewarded with an energized organization that can adapt quickly to changing markets and deliver tangible results.
That’s why I recently partnered with my colleague, Ron Ricci, Cisco’s VP of Corporate Positioning, to write The Collaboration Imperative, a book that dives into the culture, process and technology dimensions of successful collaboration. It offers practical tips and strategies for making companies more collaborative and looks at how some of the world’s leading companies are sharpening their collaboration edge.
We also introduce some surprising facts. For example, did you know that….
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Tags: Carl Wiese Blog, Collaboration Imperative Blog, Collaborative Imperative, mobility, New Collaboration Experience, social media, video, virtualization
If you are attending Cisco Live London this week, don’t miss the opportunity to meet the medianet team as well as see the medianet capabilities first hand.
In the World of Solutions, we prepared demos to show you how you can deploy and manage video, voice and data with confidence. The demos showcase features discussed in previous blogs like performance monitor, mediatrace and IPSLA video operations as well as a preview of the new features.
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Tags: business video, cisco live, enterprise networks, medianet, rich media applications, video