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What Happens at Cisco Live Doesn’t Stay There

- June 28, 2010 - 0 Comments

It’s that time again: Cisco Live is underway, this year amid the clanging slot machines in Las Vegas. This annual user conference brings together Cisco partners and customers to learn new technologies, discuss business trends, share ideas and network.

At this event, attendees will learn about Cisco’s core networking, data center, collaboration, and video strategies, as well as Cisco’s strategies for newer adjacent markets.

So what do partners need to know if they’re attending Cisco Live? Here’s the scoop:

At the Channel Partner Program booth, attendees can speak with program experts, and learn how to better promote growth and differentiate their business. At the booth, you can participate in a guessing game for a chance to win a Flip camera.

The Managed Services Channel Programs is also hosting a pavilion with a theater for partners to showcase their services to the influential audience of Cisco customers, and potentially develop sales leads.

It looks like it will be a busy week, packed with activities and learning opportunities—be sure to wear comfortable shoes! (In my experience, attending a conference in Las Vegas can be hard on the feet!) And if you’re unable to attend in person, be sure to check out Cisco Live Virtual, where you can watch live keynotes and panel sessions, and engage with executives in live chats.

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