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Learn How to Easily Consume Cisco Solutions – Cisco ONE Software Webinar

- May 18, 2015 - 1 Comment

We launched Cisco ONE Software to give our customers a more valuable and flexible way to purchase and consume Cisco infrastructure software.

Since the launch, more than 300 customers have switched to this more valuable and flexible model. If you’re not one of these customers – and you are still asking, “What is Cisco ONE Software?” or “What does it mean for me?” – don’t worry. On Tuesday, May 19 we’ll be holding a web event to get you up to speed. We’ll explain what Cisco ONE Software is and how you can use it to deploy solutions for the Local Access, WAN and Data Center domains.

You can register for the event here. Or, if you’d like to be entertained first, here’s a video you can watch – click on it to access the event registration page.

Be sure to also check out this informative white paper that has just been released by analyst firm IDC. We asked IDC to evaluate our overall software strategy, and Cisco ONE Software in particular.

Finally, for those heading to Cisco Live! San Diego in June we have two important sessions you won’t want to miss!

  • A solution session where you can hear, directly from customers, how Cisco ONE Software is helping them achieve their business objectives.
  • A deep-dive session designed exclusively to help our partners fully understand Cisco ONE Software.

Grow and Win Across the Customer Lifecycle with Cisco Software (SPFGEN-1000)
Exclusively for Partners
Date: Monday, June 8, 2015
Time: 9:00 AM – 11:30 AM PDT
Location: Omni Hotel, Fourth Floor, Ballroom A/B
 
A Deep Dive into the New Cisco ONE Software Strategy (PSOCRS-2007)
Open to Customers & Partners
Date: Thursday, June 11, 2015
Time: 8:30 AM – 9:30 AM PDT
Location: San Diego Convention Center, 23C Upper Level

We look forward to seeing you in sunny San Diego!  In the meantime, visit our web page at www.cisco.com/go/one to get the latest information on Cisco ONE Software. Leave a comment if you have any questions, want to learn more, or have feedback.

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    Thanks for sharing Dan

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