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What Is Rowan Trollope Announcing at Collaboration Summit?


December 6, 2015 - 1 Comment

What will Rowan announce at Collaboration Summit? It’s a popular question leading up to Tuesday’s keynote.

If you want to know, then I may be able to share a few things…

The first thing to share is that Cisco Collaboration is hot.  In Cisco’s last quarterly announcement, Collaboration has continued to grow and saw a 17% Y/Y increase. It’s great news for Cisco and great news for the organizations that look to Cisco for the best offerings in collaboration technology.

It’s the tenet of putting forth the “best offering” that, in my opinion, is responsible for our success. And will be responsible for our continued success in collaboration. Rowan has a philosophy of creating products that are delightful to use in all aspects. There is no compromise on quality.

The product designs are simple, clean, and it’s a pleasure to use them. This is evident through the red dot design awards we’ve received. Design is not just how a product looks, but also how it functions. As a frequent user of many Cisco collaboration products, I can tell you the experience is awesome and continues to be more awesome with each iteration.

At the Cisco Collaboration Summit:

  • Will Rowan announce new products?
  • Will Rowan announce new and better experiences?
  • Will Rowan talk about the Apple partnership?

I can only give you a definite maybe on those particular topics. However, you’ll hear announcements of some very cool and exciting things. If you’d like to know what they are, register to watch the live broadcast of the keynote sessions. Don’t miss the opportunity to hear it live and hear it first.

You will hear from:

Register Here
Live Keynote Broadcast
December 8

at 9am Pacific / 12 pm Eastern

Let us know what you think of the news afterward.  There will also be plenty of tweeting going on using the #csummit hashtag.  Watch for it and contribute.  We’d love to hear from you.



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1 Comments

  1. Thanks, John. I have piped this out to two of my social networks. For those who have never heard Rowan or Jonathan speak before, be certain to register for this broadcast--you'll be glad you did.