The Network Week in Review and Look Ahead: September 3-7
Check out The Network's top stories of the week and what to look forward to next week!
September 07 , 2012
Congrats! You made it to Friday! It's been a busy two weeks on the political front with both the Republican and Democratic National Conventions. Cisco technology helped make both events more accessible to millions, providing networked infrastructure extensive enough to support a medium sized corporation! Of course, the Network Team was there to bring you an inside look. Stay tuned for more content in the coming weeks.
Speaking of election news, check out some of the stories we brought you this week, including one about Campaign 2012.
As election season swings into full gear, Laurence Cruz takes a look at the role social media is playing in the race for the White House, and how it has changed since the last presidential election.
Meet Azita Ardakani. She is the founder of Lovesocial, a social media agency with an eager mandate of "connecting people with things that matter." It's the latest installment in our My Networked Life series.
Robert Pepper talks about his experience working with leaders around the world, Cisco's role as trusted advisor, and the importance of open and fair telecom policies.
A look at how one college campus is reaping the benefits of using social media.
Take a look on what we have planned for next week...
On Monday, get a firsthand perspective of MOOCs. We take a look at the growing popularity of open online college courses.
On Tuesday, Scott Gurvey talks to Irving Wladawsky-Berger about the internet evolution, digital money, and the future of the internet
We are looking forward to sharing more great content with you next week. Have a wonderful weekend!
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