Cisco Unified Data Center IQ Contest – Time to Participate !

September 28, 2012 - 0 Comments

..AND WIN !!

Think you know Cisco’s Unified Data Center? Like to friendly  compete with others ?  Well , well ! It’s about time to prove it!   There are at least two ways to do that: the serious and the fun.

The Serious Way: You deploy an Unified Data Center at Work – Can it be risky? – Not really ..but check out this video anyway:

Disclosure : The numbers displayed in this video are extracted from a real case study

The Fun Way:  Participate to the Unified IQ Contest!


Starting on October 1st, we give you the opportunity  to test your knowledge .
A fun and easy way to play and compete  with an immediate reward.  During 6 weeks , we will propose every week a set of questions with multiple choices  created by our genius and facetious bloggers.  We will cover topics such as Unified Computing Systems, Unified Fabric, Unified Management, Desktop Virtualization, Cloud,  Open Network Environment. You got the picture! The whole Cisco  Unified Data Center portfolio !

Each week, you can put your knowledge to the test and earn a chance to win.. a brand new iPad! Collect points reflecting your Unified IQ!  Along the way, we will add bonus questions, an opportunity to gain additional points or to catch up if you missed a week.  At the end of the 6 weeks, the highest Unified Data Center IQ will be awarded a grand prize.

Wow ! What a commercial It seems that we are ready for the  next superbowl !

Ok!  time to action !  Go now to http://  to check the contest tab for terms, conditions and more information  and discover when the first set of questions will be available.   And by the way .. two little  hints for you to be ready

-The first set of questions will be about Unified Fabric.. and more precisely about a recent announcement –
– I will send you on Monday and Tuesday a couple of tweets (@drombaut  and @ciscodc) to help you – So it is time to follow these Twitter accounts!

So… are you up to the challenge ?

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