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FEATURE SERIES: Week in Review and Look Ahead

The Network Week in Review and Look Ahead: Sept. 30-Oct. 4

Get a look at this week's top stories and see what to look forward to next week.

October 03 , 2013

1.) True Stories of the Connected: Rural Healthcare in Northern Canada

In this episode of True Stories of the Connected, a Canadian doctor demonstrates the power of video and telehealth as he works to keep in contact with patients who are sometimes hundreds of miles away in a remote, tribal village.

2.) Investing for Impact in Ontario

Check out the new venture in Canada linking socially-minded investors and social enterprises in need of capital.

3.) Mobile Enhances In-Store Shopping Experience

By simply "checking in" with Facebook, shoppers get a more personalized experience and retailers improve their marketing efforts - just in time for holidays.

4.) Building a STEM Bridge for Girls

At a special launch event for US2020, a nationwide effort to improve STEM education through skill-based mentorship, Cisco invited 60 middle school girls from San Jose, California to visit Cisco's Silicon Valley campus.

5.) Generation Now@Cisco: A World of Possibilities

A look at the culture at Cisco, encouraging career growth and collaboration.

6.) Demo Thursday: Video Intelligence, IP Cameras

Camera intelligence continues to expand and offer options that simply did not exist before. Nick Kong joins TechWiseTV for a little show and tell with the latest 6000 series of IP Cameras.


Coming up next week:

  • Educational Tech Startups

A look at how big data and mobile technology startups are changing the education landscape.

  • Network Trailblazer: A Conversation with Kim Polese

Kevin Maney talks to Kim Polese about her contribution to one of the most significant developments in the early history of the Web: Sun Microsystems’ Java.

Have a great weekend!




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