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Cisco Q309 Technology & Customer Highlights

As a reminder, we announce our Q3 earnings this Wednesday after market close. More information on that here:, we highlight our “wins” and news of the previous quarter, including new products, new acquisitions and customers. We also produced some short videos of our CTO, Padmasree Warrior (or @Padmasree for you Tweeters) talking about Unified Computing; and Ned Hooper, SVP, Corporate Development and Consumer Group talking about our 3 acquisitions this quarter and “build, buy, partner” strategy.Ned Hooper, SVP, Corporate Development and Consumer GroupPadmasree Warrior, Cisco CTO

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  1. Thanks for the response John - could you please drop me an email with your email address?

  2. Listening to Ms. Warrior's comments, I have to wonder how Cisco is planning to stitch together all of its disparate collaboration tools. It sounds like it's going to end up with products unified on the front end, but a morass of silo'd data on the backend. What is Cisco doing relative to CMIS, the new content standard sponsored by Microsoft, Oracle, Alfresco, EMC/Documentum, IBM, and OpenText? This would be one way to alleviate the problem Cisco seems to be creating for itself.

  3. Vik:Yes, we DO monitor and reply to questions and comments. For approval, the comment goes to the person who posted the blog originally.Thanks for participating.

  4. Really have to commend the Cisco team on leveraging new media tools to connect with the world!!Question - does someone actually monitor comments and communicate with folks who comment?Thanks,Vik Duggal