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Live #CiscoChat on July 7th for a “Sneak Peek” of Cisco Live 2016

- June 30, 2016 - 0 Comments

Cisco Live is Cisco’s most important event of the year. A combination of in-person events, online experiences, and virtual engagements on multiple platforms, it unites technology leaders from all over the world to create digital opportunities that fuel both personal and corporate growth. This year, Cisco Live will be held in Las Vegas, NV from July 10th-14th. But you can get a sneak peek of what’s happening ahead of time, with our #CiscoChat on Thursday, July 7th, from 9:30-10:30am PT.


We’ll be joined by a number of Cisco’s official Twitter channels and the minds behind them, including Global Marketing and Program Manager Kathleen Mudge on the @CiscoLive channel, Marketing Manager Brian Remmel on the @CiscoSecurity channel, Program Manager Janel Kratky on the @CiscoDevNet channel (Cisco’s developer program), and Collaboration Marketing Manager Kim Austin and Social Media Manager Lauren Colson on the Cisco Collaboration channel (@CiscoCollab).

They’ll talk a bit about what you can expect from this year’s Cisco Live event, including keynote speakers, panel discussions, the integration of digital and social media into the event, and much more. And of course, you’ll have the opportunity to ask your own questions and get the inside scoop on what’s going on this year at Cisco Live.

To participate in the chat:

  • Make sure you’re logged into your Twitter account.
  • Search for the #CiscoChat hashtag and click on the Live tab.
  • The chat will be moderated by the Cisco Live channel, @CiscoLive on Twitter. Be sure to follow the account to participate. They will begin welcoming guests at 9:30am PT (12:30pm ET) and posting questions for discussion.
  • For @ replies to specific participants in the discussion, please use a “.” at the beginning of the tweet, so that your question or comment will appear in your public twitter feed.
  • If you need multiple tweets to answer a question, please preface each tweet with “1A, 2A,” etc. in order to make it easier for others to follow along with the conversation.
  • Be sure to use the #CiscoChat hashtag at the end of each tweet, so that others can find your contributions to the discussion.

Don’t forget to bring your own questions to the discussion as well! See you there!


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