Introducing #TheGrubbCast – Taming IT Complexity with Automation & Visibility
A technology guru explains his new podcast on industry trends in technology & infrastructure.
How the dCloud Mobile App Can Save Time and Your Weekend
Cisco dCloud is more accessible than ever thanks to the new mobile app. Now you can demo from anywhere! Never miss a weekend again.
#CiscoChat on April 12: Is the dCloud Demo Killing PowerPoint
Join Cisco dCloud for a live #CiscoChat on solution selling, the shift to real-time demos, and a look at dCloud — Cisco’s catalog of fully-scripted, customizable demo environments.
#CiscoChat Recap: Systems Engineers & the Power of dCloud
For any sales engineer who’s ever known the late nights, long hours, and frustrating hiccups of attempting to demo products for customers using PowerPoint or other slide deck platforms,
Digitally Sell at #FullSpeed: Cisco dCloud Demos Help You Avoid Death by PowerPoint
In the summer of 2012, I was asked to pick up a high profile project with time restrictions for Bank of America/Merrill Lynch (BAML). The brief was to implement a...
Innovative ways Systems Engineers are winning with Cisco dCloud
On August 22, 2016 Chris Dedicoat, Cisco’s Executive Vice-President of Worldwide Sales, took to the main stage at #CiscoGSX in Las Vegas and told the entire Cisco Sales force to “demo with dCloud!”. What happened next? I can tell you exactly what happened next, because I had duty at the dCloud booth. A lot of […]
Accountability for the Digital Customer Experience
Cisco dCloud is moderating the #CustomerExperience #CiscoChat on August 22nd – so we spent some time thinking about the Customer Experience and our role in it. With the advent of social media marketing, the line between “customer-facing” and “non-customer-facing” becomes increasingly blurred. Visiting a client’s office isn’t the only way to interact anymore – and […]
Cisco dCloud Managers Get Social – And on Video – to Put Customers First
The Cisco dCloud team recently got our entire management team on video, and apparently it was one of the scariest things they ever did. Or was it?