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Navigate like a Hammerhead Shark: Get a 360 Degree View of SP Data Center & Virtualization Content


June 28, 2010 - 0 Comments

Hello again!

The scalloped hammerhead is one of the few creatures in the world that has 360 degree vision. Wouldn’t it be great if those of us involved in the service provider market could have the hammerhead’s panoramic view and easy access to the content we need to make the best business decisions? In today’s constantly evolving communications landscape, we can see that content is everywhere…video, events, webinars, podcasts, articles, industry research, white papers.

In this sea of ubiquitous communication vehicles, it’s easy to miss relevant, potentially useful information that’s been swept away by the torrent of articles that are constantly competing for our attention. Fortunately, you now have a new tool that automatically aggregates Service Provider Data Center, Virtualization & Cloud content from a variety of sources and puts it all into one organized and easily accessible place so you can find the content you need when you need it.

For example, we recently posted a video blog that features TELUS, a Canadian service provider, which has leveraged Cisco Unified Service Delivery architecture to unify data center and networking resources. The aggregator widget links to the video, as well as other Service Provider Data Center, Virtualization & Cloud multimedia, so you can quickly find related content.

Our content widget can be downloaded to the desktop, where you can – customize it with your own RSS feed. Or, you can embed the standard version in your own web page.

Check it out and get the content widget today and you won’t miss updates about Cisco Live! because the widget aggregates event information as well as both upcoming and recent webcasts. If you need to find some hard facts to support your research or upcoming presentation, the widget links to various sources of industry data too, all at your fingertips. Upgrade to a hammerhead’s view of Service Provider Data Center, Virtualization & Cloud content and then stop by to let us know about your experience!

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