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Still Time to Attend Tuesday, June 4 at 8 a.m. Pacific Time -- Comprehensive "Next Step" Resources for June 4 "Enterprise Voice Security and Policy Using Cisco ISRs and ASRs" Technical Webcast with Q&A

Laura Douglas
Frequent Contributor
Frequent Contributor

Hello Everyone,

For those of you attending our live June 4 "Enterprise Voice Security and  Policy Using Cisco ISRs and ASRs" Online Technical Briefing with Q&A, we thank you for your interest!  We hope you find this list of resources helpful as you continue your education.

THERE IS STILL TIME TO ATTEND, here’s how:


You can register now and attend at 8 a.m. Pacific Time on Tuesday June 4:

  1. 1. Go to the Cisco Collaboration Community's Unified Communications space: http://communities.cisco.com/community/technology/collaboration/product/uc
  2. 2. Select "June 4 Live Webcast: Enterprise Voice Security and Policy Using Cisco ISRs and ASRs” from the "Register/Watch" drop down box.
  3. 3. Scroll down to register and attend at 8 a.m. Pacific Time (recommend accessing at least 5-10 minutes before start time)

The replay will be available starting at 11 a.m. Pacific Time in the same location as the live webcast (use same access instructions).  You can continue to ask questions to our Cisco experts and your peers through this community. We encourage you to invite your colleagues to view and ask our experts questions.

Download the Briefing Presentation and Q&A

Below, see attachment for the PDF of the briefing webcast.  The Live Webcast Q&A will be posted by end of day on Friday, June 7. We encourage you to continue to ask questions through the community forum.

Continue to Ask Questions on the Collaboration Community

The Cisco Collaboration Community is here for you to learn about using collaboration successfully in your business and to learn about collaboration technologies and solutions. Our goal is to connect you to your peers, industry experts outside Cisco, and to the Cisco product and marketing teams through live events and the community interaction features. Continue to ask questions in the community after the webcast.

Note: The Cisco Collaboration Community is not a technical support community. For IT installation, implementation and debugging questions, visit the Cisco Support Community (formerly NetPro) and Cisco.com support area.

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Watch Related Webcast Replay

We encourage you to watch another webcast on demand that is also focused on unified communications on Cisco ISRs and ASRs. Here is some information about that briefing:

New Cisco UC Capabilities and Design Tips for Cisco ISRs and ASRs

  • Overview of new Cisco UC capabilities now available on Cisco ISRs and ASRs, including enhancements for SIP trunking, gateways, branch and cloud telephony survivability, and branch call control
  • Best practices for designing your UC and collaboration architecture to benefit from these new capabilities

To register and watch now:

  1. 1. Go to the Cisco Collaboration Community's Unified Communications space: http://communities.cisco.com/community/technology/collaboration/product/uc
  2. 2. Select "May 29 Replay: New Unified Communications Capabilities on Cisco ISRs and ASRs" from the "Register/Watch" drop down box.
  3. 3. Scroll down to register and then after registering you’ll see an embedded video player to watch
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Laura Douglas
Frequent Contributor
Frequent Contributor

Hello Everyone,

There is still time to join this technical webcast today, June 4, at 8 a.m. Pacific Time!  See instructions in original thread for details.

Hope you can make it.

Laura Douglas

Cisco Collaboration Community Manager

Webcast participants,

If you download the PDF of the presentation before 8:05 a.m. PT on June 4 then you have a version that does not say "FINAL" in the file name. We realized that the URL on the last slide -- the "next steps" slide that directs to this post -- was incorrect. The correct URL is https://communities.cisco.com/message/124194 

If you are sharing with colleagues or just for your records to reference back, I recommend you download the attached PDF with the word 'FINAL' in the file name.  Apologies for this inconvenience.

Laura Douglas

Cisco Collaboration Community Manager

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