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Connecting the World: Cisco’s Collaboration Summit Kicks Off This Week

- November 15, 2011 - 0 Comments

Cisco’s Collaboration Summit starts today in beautiful Miami, Florida. On tap is a lively event with demos, partner booths, news announcements, solutions, and sessions that promise to change the way you connect and collaborate.

Whether you’re joining the event live or virtually, here’s a handy checklist to make sure you don’t miss anything this week.

Be sure to watch the keynote so you can hear Cisco’s Collaboration vision and see new announcements that enable people-centric collaboration. Register now for the event on Nov 16, 9-10:30 am EST! (A replay will be available for those who miss it.)

Cius is a big part of Cisco’s Collaboration solutions. At the event, ambassasors will be walking around to give demos. If you can’t be there live, watch this video to get the latest on Cius and how it’s helping to increase collaboration:

What else is going on?

Head over to the Collaboration Community to watch videos, chat, and win prizes.

And of course, be sure to follow all of the tweets coming out of the event via the #csummit hashtag. Follow @Cisco_Channels and @CiscoCollab for the latest news. Here are some highlights:

@CiscoVideo: We’re live at #csummit prepping some really cool video demos on all types of devices

@LogicalB0T: Fascinating. RT @dwtwp – Fantastic lecture at #csummit by @profhamel on enterprise social

@zipdaddy: Here with my customer, Nike, talking about global Collaboration using Quad, see the fireside chat on Wednesday for an overview #csummit

@EddiesTPWorld: The sessions are very interesting so far Extremely impressed with Cius! lots and lots of equipment on display #CSUMMIT

@JimLundy: I’d like some hands on with a Cius Tablet at #CSummit. New Cisco App Store (for mobile apps) looks pretty cool.

@JimLundy: Five Elements of a Mobile Ecosystem. In a Post PC era, it is all about Ecosystems.… #CSummit #E2Conf

@dwtwp: #csummit each customer next year should bring one item that represents their company to place in front of the room then auction to charity

@JimLundy: Marketing may be leading the charge in Social Media, but they are not leading the Enterprise Social Networking strategy. #e2conf #csummit

Let us know what you see at the event. We’ll be following the news, tweets, and announcements so be sure to check back.


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