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FEATURE SERIES: Week in Review and Look Ahead

The Network Week in Review and Look Ahead: May 6-10th

Here's a look at the top stories on The Network this week, and what to look forward to next week.


May 09 , 2013

1.)Leadership@Cisco: John Chambers

Cisco Chairman and CEO John Chambers, shares thoughts about his family, his love of adventure, and how technology will change our lives in the future.

2.)Sports Analytics Goes High School: Small-budget Coaches Get Big-league Capabilities

See how high school teams are using apps to analyze video footage, giving them advantage over their competitors.

3.)Get Off of My Cloud: Why CIOs Must Accept and Integrate Personal Clouds into the Enterprise

A look at how the use of personal cloud services is impacting IT departments and why experts say the trend will only grow.

Coming up next week:

  • Behind the Scenes of a MOOC

You’ve heard of MOOCs, but exactly how do these massive open online courses work? We give you an inside look at online education startup Udacity, which recently partnered with San Jose State University. Check out this cool video Monday.

  • NETWORK TRAILBLAZERS: Chris Anderson, the co-founder & CEO of 3D Robotics and former Wired magazine editor talks about how the maker movement and digital manufacturing are ushering in a new industrial revolution. 

Hope to see you next week! Have a great Mother's Day weekend everyone!

 

 

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