Welcome to the newest installment of the #CiscoChat podcast. In this episode, you’ll get to meet the latest, greatest addition to the Cisco ONE Software family: the Cisco ONE Subscription for Switching Software.
That’s where the Cisco ONE Subscription for Switching Software comes in, delivering the extra intelligence and security required for your network to take on any challenge. Want to find out more? Tune in to our podcast! Download the episode on SoundCloud, or listen here now:
This podcast will be led by Marketing Communications Specialist Ameena Arsheen, Marketing Manager Nada MacKinney, as well as Product Marketing Manager Darshana Paithankar. In the talk, Ameena, Nada, and Darshana will walk through the details of the new plan and what it means for you, answering questions like:
Does this subscription licensing enhance user value — beyond the software itself? How?
What new use cases does this release enable?
What hardware does this release support, and how can you migrate to this model?
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