I awoke to the news that Mammoth Mountain received six feet of snow overnight. Well ahead of the calendar schedule for snowfall, this first major storm of the year certainly gets folks excited to get up to the mountains! Especially those in my house-hold. Our last trip was the week of July 4th! Think of that my friends..
In other news, our team recently had fantastic engagements with our friends in Latin America. We have engagements with our own internal regional teams and partners including Chile, Peru, Argentina, Brazil, Costa Rica, Panama, Mexico, Venezuela and more. We certainly look to for more engagements in the next few weeks.
Esperamos con interés más compromisos en el futuro! No hay límite para lo que podemos hacer.
Next week I will be in Mexico City! I will take some pictures to post here.
As a side note, if you are a partner or a end-user and have a question, please feel free to send us a note at email@example.com.
More big news this week is the completion of our new Cisco FindIT Networking Video. The short video explains what FindIT is, but more importantly explains why it is important to you. It truly is a big shift in the way Small Businesses can benefit from this new platform. A very big shout out to Dr. Paul and Team for the outstanding job. The Product Team certainly looking forward to the next videos.
Lastly, we have made some updates to our SG/SF Switch models. New features and new pricing are a major part of the updates, please contact your local Cisco Partner, or feel free (again) to send us a note.
Did you know our products have lifetime support, free software upgrades for the life of the product, regional phone support in multiple languages and one of the industry’s best support communities? You do now!
We celebrated two Birthdays recently – Happy Belated Birthdays to Chris and Victor!
From our team to yours, have a great week, for those in the US, Happy Thanksgiving.
Marc and the rest of the Cisco Small Business Team.
Will FindIT support 1815i and 1832i wireless AP?
Snowfall definitely gets people excited in my house hold as well! We shred the slopes of Tahoe on a regular basis.
I think the Meraki solution is a good fit for a majority of the smaller businesses, especially when they may not have the resources or capital to higher an IT person who understands the intricate Cisco platform. What are your thoughts?
wireless – we will support cross launch into the UI.
Tyler – love Tahoe! We are a Mammoth Family. Meraki and the Cisco Small Business lines are both good fits for the Small Business.
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