Tag Archives: Collaboration

Optimizing your Spark Experience

Author: Nicky Kearns – Follow @ciscokearns on Twitter. I have had many great conversations with customers, partners and colleagues over the past weeks and months about Cisco Spark. They revolve around two things, what it is and how to best … Continue reading

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Gen X 3.0: No more Middle Child Syndrome

We Gen Xers[1] have often been labelled as disaffected, ignored, sandwiched between the boomers (the trailblazers) and millennials (the innovators). I don’t think Douglas Copeland intended to malign us but we’ve always been referred to as the “slacker generation”. Nowadays, … Continue reading

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Northern Hospitality – Connected

Author: Shawn Cardinal  Connected North is a program with an ambition to provide quality video communications to remote communities in Northern Canada. This program will connect these communities with interactive education and healthcare services. For education in particular, students benefit … Continue reading

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Leveraging Spark as an Intern, Startup Growth Hacker, Troublemaker & Son

Here is my story as to why Cisco Spark is not a tool only for companies and business professionals but everyone. Cisco Spark was not a self-sought out discovery on the App Store. It was a mandatory tool we had … Continue reading

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Why a Collaboration Vision Matters for Bringing Lines of Business Together

Over the course of this series, I’ve talked about the value of collaboration for making enterprises more successful and the role played by communications technologies to make this possible. Conversely, I’ve also looked at the challenges facing IT to fully … Continue reading

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Winnipeg Warriors Hockey Club Wins Cisco Canada’s Hockey’s Hidden Hero Contest!

In the fall of 2014, Cisco Canada launched our Hockey’s Hidden Heroes contest. We wanted to not only celebrate the spirit of hockey, but to encourage people to nominate their heroes who spend countless hours at the rink for a … Continue reading

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Understanding Adoption Barriers to Collaboration, Part 2

This is the second post about adoption barriers, with both being part of my broader series titled Collaboration Insights. Overall, this is the fourth post in a five part series, where I’ve been examining issues and opportunities to help enterprises … Continue reading

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Understanding Adoption Barriers to Collaboration, Part 1

This is the third post in my Collaboration Insights series, and since effective collaboration eludes so many companies, I wanted to examine the barriers to adoption. Despite the widespread availability of so many applications that enable collaboration, the results often … Continue reading

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How you can become an Agent of Collaboration and solve your business’ critical challenges

Your business is operating in an incredible time. You may not realize it, but never – never – before have businesses had the tools at their disposal that we do. Never before have companies been able to take the pulse … 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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