Five reasons we’re excited about Cisco Live
Cisco Live is THE main event in the calendar for us enterprise geeks. Even though it’s virtual this year, we are all still psyched. And one massive change for this year’s virtual event? It’s FREE. So if you’re a hardcore Cisco fan, Cisco customer, or new to the world of Cisco, we highly recommend joining in. You can register at https://ciscolive.com
Here are some of the reasons we love Cisco Live:
- Insight into new strategies and tactics to address IT challenges. As a Cisco Select Partner, this is one of the reasons we have front seats and are eagerly leaning forward at Cisco Live – the volume of news, trainings, demos, and inspirational viewpoints to problem-solve is dazzling
- Cisco Live is one of those moments when the Cisco community really comes together. And right now, with everything going on in the world, it’s a much-needed reset for many of us. The chance to interact and network with friends, peers, and Cisco experts is one of the best things about Cisco Live. I know that networking virtually is a different experience, but here at Quavesal, we’re all in for Cisco Live and are ready to participate, share, like, comment, and learn
- Access to world-leading industry thought leaders with training, presentations, and keynotes. Cisco’s CEO, Chuck Robbins, will be opening the event and I’m looking forward to his keynote, and how he will set the tone and pace for the whole event
- Inspiring content. With over 40 sessions over four channels during the two days, the inspiration and creativity is non-stop
- The possibilities. ‘Possibilities’ is the name of this year’s opening keynote, and to be honest, even thinking about technology and possibilities, gives me goosebumps. So bring it on!
Oh, and did I mention celebration guests? This year it includes Joan Jett, Lady Antebellum’s Charles Kelley, Sekou Andrews, Dave Matthews, The Chainsmokers, and Fall out Boy.
The agenda is jam-packed – and there’s always a surprise or two.
We’ll be summarizing the big announcements, keynote, and highlights on our Facebook page, on Twitter and LinkedIn throughout the event, and fully reporting back in a post here next week. Meanwhile, if you have any questions about Cisco, please get in touch.