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Forrester and Lopez Comment on Cisco Mobility

May 28, 2008 - 4 Comments

It is great for us to talk about what we think about this or that or the other (in this case, mobility), but it is useful to hear what others think about our plans for mobility as well. In the following three videos, we hear from Ellen Daley of Forrester chatting with Alan Cohen, Cisco VP for Enterprise and Mid-Market Solutions; Ellen Daley solo; and Maribel Lopez of Lopez Research talking about Cisco’s approach to mobility.Alan Cohen and Ellen Daley on mobilityEllen Daley on mobility’s impact on collaboration, globalization and green. Maribel Lopez of Lopez Research on mobility trends

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