Cisco Tech Talks Videos (and the French Open)
Have you been watching?
This Wednesday sees play continue into Round Two (Deux) at Roland Garros for the French Open. We have already seen last year’s Women’s Jelena Ostapenko lose in her opening bid to go back-to-back for 2018. Serena and Venus won their opening doubles match today. Grigor Dmitotrov won a close won over Jared Donaldson.
Side note, Jared and my son were in the same summer team camp a few years ago. You could already see the promise and the expectations mounting. His future is bright as are several of the young players on both the men’s and women’s sides.
Hope you all get to watch some of the action ahead of the business-end of the tournament next week.
You may have seen some of our Tech Talks Videos. We actually just posted some new videos this week.
This is one example posted two days ago.
There are different uses for these videos. Most of the videos are short “How-To” snippets. Some can be longer in length and more detailed. I would also say some are more similar to a Video Datasheet in nature. We even have some product and feature use-case videos. Like this one above, configuring VPN Failover with a multi-LAN VPN Router (like the RV340, RV345, RV345P and RV340W).
We are lucky to have a very talented team that puts these videos together. They take input from us Product Managers: ideas, storyboards, scripts etc, but what they end up with as a finished product is just solid work.
We do have a playlist if you are interested in seeing the library that our team has compiled. Our team is led by Dr. Paul Y, who resides in South Dakota. Nice work Paul! The Product Team definitely appreciates the work you and team do. This work makes our job that much easier.
Stay tuned here for updates from our team! Later this year we have some new VPN Routers coming! Be ready!
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Yes – the post at the top is of Venus and Serena.
Marc and the rest of the Cisco Small Business Team
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