Category Archives: Cisco

Recap: What we announced at Cisco Partner Summit Montreal

Be bold. That was the message that kicked off Cisco Partner Summit in Montreal this week. Delivered by CEO John Chambers to a packed crowd of more than 2,200 Cisco partners (including 100 from Canada), one thing was clear: Cisco … Continue reading

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And the 2015 Montréal Partner Summit Award Goes To …

I’m always proud to share the success of our Canadian partners.  And last night, their success was celebrated on home soil at Cisco Partner Summit in Montréal. Partner Summit has always been special for me, and this year’s event is … Continue reading

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Countdown to the TORONTO 2015 Parapan Am Games: 100 Days Out

We’re on countdown! In just 100 days Toronto will host the fifth ParaPan Am Games! From August 7-15, T02015 will host over 1600 para-athletes, representing 28 countries competing in 15 sports categories; making this the largest ParaPan Am Games ever … Continue reading

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How We are Moving Towards an Amazing Classroom Experience

Improving learning outcomes and the experience in the classroom is top of mind for educators. As professionals, we’re also constantly on the lookout for new approaches that will save of time, effort, money, headaches … This is what innovation is … Continue reading

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Rare and Cherished

By Mike Druiven, Craig Kielburger Secondary School I’ve been a high school technological studies teacher in Ontario for 27 years. Very early in my career I learned that what students enjoy and remember is the extraordinary. Students tackle thousands of … Continue reading

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Protecting the Attack Continuum

This month, Cisco announced a new host of advanced capabilities and services for security professionals, continuing Cisco’s commitment to arming businesses against all stages of the attack continuum. We’ve discussed in the past how security threats have evolved over the … Continue reading

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Cisco Canada and TORONTO 2015 Games: What’s Been Happening Lately?

A lot of exciting stuff! From the recently held Youth Summit in March, themed around building community through sport and culture; the official 100-day countdown to the TORONTO 2015 Games, on April 01; to Cisco Canada’s I Can Learn STEM … Continue reading

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Partner Summit Montreal: C’est formidable!

Cisco is gearing up for our annual Partner Summit Conference, taking place April 27 – 30. This year, the Canadian team is especially pumped up because it’s taking place in Montreal, the first time in Montreal  with the last one … Continue reading

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How Cisco’s Networking Academy meets High School Students’ Needs

By: Susan Monachino, OCT, B.Sc., Computer Technology Teacher and Technology Department Head What critical component is pervasive across all careers, from A (Architect) to Z (Zoologist) and everything in between? What specific knowledge and skills are necessary and valued in … Continue reading

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Complexity versus Simplicity in Making Collaboration Work

*Posted originally on Jon Arnold’s Analyst 2.0 Blog on March 16, 2015 This is the second post in my new Collaboration Insights series, with the focus being how IT needs to balance the forces of simplicity and complexity in order to get … Continue reading

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