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Free Weekly Technology Policy Newsletter from Cisco

January 12, 2006 - 2 Comments

I just got off the phone with a colleague at another high tech company who wanted to know about Cisco’s free, weekly high tech “E-Update”, how it was created, how much time it takes to produce, etc. It made me think that I should ping this audience on its existence and encourage any interested parties to sign up for it.This is the update that we send out (generally) on a weekly basis that tracks the major technology policy stories and trends around the world. We divide it up by geography and offer it for free to whomever wants it. We currently have over 1300 subscribers – made up primarily of Cisco employees, competitors, media, legislators and regulators (and their staffs). This is just a little service of Cisco’s government affairs group to help (easily) raise awareness of the technology policy issues that are being worked on and written about. If you want to know what Cisco thinks on these subjects you can always visit our website at In the meantime, however, if you want to subscribe to our free, technology policy newsletter, please visit our E-Update Subscriber Page to subscribe. Oh, and tell your friends.

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  1. Great idea. Thanks. I will add the newsletter to the RSS feed. If I get negative feedback I can always revert exclusively to e-mail sign-ups. Note: your e-mail is not used for any purpose other than sending the e-update – it is not shared, sold, lent, etc. to any other entity.

  2. A suggestion, write a blog post about the email newsletter, that way, we can get the information by RSS feed. Many people want email, but many don’t.