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Vegas or Virtual?

- July 5, 2011 - 0 Comments

Got any plans during the week of July 11th?

I would suggest you plan to join thousands of your peers from all over the world at Cisco Live 2011, Las    Vegas, U.S.A. by participating in the Cisco Live Virtual  LIVE program on 12 – 14 July 2011. Access all  content from Las Vegas and previous Cisco Live events for FREE!

During this exciting hybrid event we’ll be bringing you world-class training, keynote presentations and executive chat sessions – all streamed live from Las Vegas to Cisco Live Virtual! This is a great opportunity for you to expand your knowledge, sharpen your skills, see innovative virtual demonstrations from Cisco’s premier partners and network with like-minded delegates in Las Vegas without ever leaving your desk.

Highlights include:

  • Live keynote address by John Chambers, Chairman and CEO, Cisco, Padmasree Warrior, Chief Technology Officer, Cisco and guest keynote address from William Shatner.
  • Live Interactive executive chats with Carlos Dominguez, Senior Vice-President, Office of the Chairman and CEO, Cisco, Padmasree Warrior and William Shatner -exclusive to the virtual audience!
  • Live technical sessions and panel discussions on a range of topics including IPV6, Data Center and Virtualization, Network Management Security, Unified Computing System, Architectural business Sessions and more
  • Whitepapers, videos, reference materials and case studies from Cisco and key partners in the Exhibitor Resource Centers
  • A Memory Match, Jargon Jumble, Show Prize and Best Blogger contest you can play to compete for a prize

Before the conference, Cisco Live Virtual allows you to review content from previous events and to connect with like-minded peers who share your interests. After the conference, it allows you to catch sessions you may have missed, so you can continue to expand your knowledge base. Throughout the year, it keeps you plugged into your network of contacts, so you can share your expertise and insight with the industry’s most engaged and informed IT community.

This year is shaping up to be the best Cisco Live yet, don’t miss out!

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