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Welcome to…Your Cisco Channel

- May 1, 2009 - 1 Comment

Don’t think of this blog as a way for us to talk at you, rather think of this as a place where we can collaborate to share information and ideas to drive mutual success.Consider this your opportunity to start a continuous and open dialog with us. Here on the Channels blog, we’ll be hosting videos, interviews, discussions, and news. But we want to feature your ideas. So, let us know: How can we help? What topics do you find interesting? Whom should we interview? Please leave comments below — because after all, this is your blog! We can’t have a conversation if we’re the only ones talking. Thanks for stopping by and we look forward to your participation. Be sure to check back on Monday as we plan to unveil some exciting news for Q4 right here on your Channels blog.

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  1. Listening to partners has always been in Cisco’s DNA. Web 2.0 and social networking have allowed Cisco to take listening and collaboration to another level. Whether they’re engineers, product managers or channel execs, Cisco’s employees have demonstrated active participation and commitment to collaboration, from corporate blogging, podcasts, YouTube videos to Twitter (Keith, you only need 344,552 more followers to catch Padmasree!)I’m certain that Cisco will do their part to make this Channel Blog “informative,” however; it will require active participation and feedback from partners for the blog to be “successful.” A couple of topics areas I’d like to see: 1.) deeper dive on the individual business imperatives in “5 to Thrive” and 2.) highlighting partner best practices.