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#CollabChat live Q&A: Choosing the right video collaboration strategy

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How do you plan to increase your organization's success? Does the term "video collaboration" fit into your strategy? If your answer is "yes," keep reading. If your answer is "no," definitely keep reading.

Join us as our panel of Cisco experts chat live on Twitter about how and why companies benefit from video collaboration, and where to start when it comes to implementing a strategy. Topics we'll address include choosing the right tools for your video collaboration strategy, managing and optmizing your network, and more. We'd love to hear what else you're interested in learning--submit your questions for this Q&A in advance by tweeting @CiscoCollab or by commenting below.

When?

Wednesday, May 2, 2012 from 10:00 – 11:00 a.m. PT using the #CollabChat hashtag

Who?

This session will be led by @CiscoCollab (Laura Babbili) with help from @TelePresence (Julie McPherson) and @CiscoVideo (Parisa Bastani). The Cisco expert video collaboration panel includes:


  • Richard Mullen, Marketing Manager, TelePresence (@richardtmullen)
  • Eddie Clifton, Director, Worldwide Field Enablement CTG, TelePresence (@EddiesTPWorld)
  • Irene Sandler, Senior Marketing Manager, Emerging Video Technologies (@ISandlerCSCO)
  • MaryAnn Nguyen, Marketing Manager, Medianet (@maryannnguyen)
  • Michael Smith, Director, Collaboration Solutions Marketing, Jabber Video (@michaels425)

What and how?

A TweetChat is a scheduled gathering of Twitter users to discuss a given topic, using a #hashtag to keep track of the conversation. There are many ways to participate in a TweetChat. You can log in to www.tweetchat.com using your Twitter credentials, you can use your favorite Twitter client (i.e. TweetDeck, HootSuite, etc.) or you can even just use Twitter Search to follow the chat hashtag (#CollabChat). During the event, you can follow the discussion, contribute questions, and submit your own comments by using the same hashtag.

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The TweetChat is over. Thanks to all who participated! The full transcript is here: https://communities.cisco.com/docs/DOC-29525

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