Cisco Support Community is a place for network technology professionals worldwide. You post questions, answer those from your fellow community members or read our latest community blog posts. It’s truly a community.
Why not share a little more about yourself on your profile with the community? Others would be interested to know what you do at work, what certifications you’ve attained & what domain expertise you bring to the community. Why not also post a photo of yourself? As a registered member of our community, you have full control over your profile page. Why not take advantage of it?
Cisco Support Community has a new campaign to give you a little nudge. If you update your Biography and Expertise fields in your CSC profile before February 17th 2011, your name will be entered into a contest, and you could win one of two Apple iPads.* (Limit one prize per household.) We will also be featuring our community’s most creative profiles!
So, update your community profile today!
To participate in the contest, login to CSC, click on “Account” - profile - "Actions" widget - edit profile.
* For complete contest rules
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"individuals age 18 or older who are legal residents of the fifty United States, D.C. and Canada (excluding Quebec)". What about with of the rest of the world!?
Too difficult for the Cisco Legal Department to figure out!
Unfortunately, every country has different laws regarding contests. This makes it impossible for us to include every country in the world for our contests. I assure you we do our best to include any countries that have similar laws.
"we do our best to include any countries that have similar laws. "
Most of Western Europe has 'similar' laws, and is a massive market for Cisco! I seriously doubt that anybody has done their 'best' in this case! Certainly there would be no problems with including the UK.
...Or the whole European Union for that matter.
Besides, Cisco knows very well that I am Spanish and live in Spain. What's the point in sending me an e-mail to participate on something on which I'm excluded? Hanlon's razor at work, it seems.