Cisco Partner Weekly Rewind – December 24, 2014
Each week, we’ll highlight the most important Cisco Partner Ecosystem news and stories, as well as point you to important, Cisco-related partner content you may have missed along the way. Here’s what you might have missed this week:
As we wind down 2014 I am preparing to spend some down time with friends and family over the next several days. Since the holiday season is upon us, we will all be taking a break from the Partner Blog starting tomorrow. We will return on January 5.
In the meantime, as always, you can reach out to me directly with comments or questions. I hope each of you are looking forward to some rest and relaxation these next several days. I will see you again in 2015!
Off the Top
Pete Wareham was on hand this week to talk about the latest specializations available from Cisco. The Service Provider Technology Specializations really help partners capture new opportunities and Pete explained just how they do that for you.
Want the full update on these four new specializations? Check out Pete’s blog and let us know what you think.
Don’t Waste Time on Winless Opportunities
Karin Surber continued her excellent sales series with an entry this week on how not to suffer from “cannon fodder syndrome.” Want to know just what that means? Well Karin can explain what it means, why you don’t want it to happen to you and just how you can avoid it. Read Karin’s blog and give your feedback and stories. We welcome your input.
Sky’s the Limit for Cisco Intercloud
Jim Duffy at Network World had a great article this week on Cisco’s Intercloud message. Duffy was on hand last week to hear Rob Lloyd speak at the Global Editor’s Conference. He put together a great article this week on how Cisco Intercloud is really hitting the mark.
- Joseph Bradley links people and things on the Hong Kong subway
- Tony Shakib goes to the edge to unlock value in the Internet of Everything (IoE)
Keep an Eye Out
- Swing by the Cisco Partner Event calendar for the latest information on Cisco partner gatherings