Tuesday, 15 June 2010

Enterprise 2.0: Cisco and the Human Network @ Work


   We’ve just had a great session from JP Rangaswami from DT Design.  Next up Murali Sitaram, VP/GM Enterprise Collaboration Platform, and Jim Grubb, VP Corporate Communications from Cisco.

For 25 years Cisco has been creating technologies that help them connect.  The latest development is Cisco Quad. 

“Through compelling software solutions, we're establishing secure and meaningful connections between people, communities, and information, enriched by video, real time communications and enterprise-class social collaboration.”


Bringing people together on these technology platforms creates the human network at work.  A dynamic network organisation.  Connected, constantly changing, powered by people and teams.

This helps create products and services faster than ever before.  It’s also fundamentally enterprise-wide, and beyond boundaries of organisation – you can’t restrict innovation within boundaries.


I think Cisco’s a great case study of the social business, but I’m not sure whether this is a keynote or a product demonstration (Quad, flip etc).  So, if you want to know more about the case study, see these previous posts:


I’ll also be posting on Cisco’s other session at 2.15pm today.


Although I wasn’t expecting a product demo in a keynote (I guess this is an IT conference, but even so…) I will say that Quad looks very compelling technology – a system that really puts people and relationships at the centre of business.

It also saves me from having to go to the product demo over lunch!


View today’s keynotes from#e2conf at tv.e2conf.com/ and see my reviews at bit.ly/e20conf

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