Virtualization Magazine on Ulitzer
Hello again – I thought it’s a good time for another post on the SP
You might have already seen the announcement regarding the Virtual Computing
Environment (VCE). We believe this is wonderful news for our customers and
partners; and represents an unprecedented collaboration between three highly
regarded leaders in the IT industry: Cisco, EMC with VMware.
This coalition was created to increase customers’ business agility –
specifically, through greater enterprise IT infrastructure flexibility, and
lower IT, energy and real estate costs through pervasive data center
virtualization and a transition to private cloud infrastructures.
We define a private cloud as a virtual IT infrastructure that is securely
controlled and operated solely for one organization. Private clouds can be
managed either by that organization or by a... (more)
Social CRM on Ulitzer
David Meerman Scott explains the New Rules of Marketing and specific actions
service providers and companies can take to better connect with their
customers. This is the third in a series of videos conducted by Stacy
Spognardi of Cisco focused on opening up a discussion about social media
within the service provider community (and beyond). David examines the
benefits of buyer personas and how companies are using social media
Social Media at Cloud Expo
David Meerman Scott gives insight into understanding buyer personas.
This is the fourth in a series of videos conducted by Stacy Spognardi of
Cisco focused on opening up a discussion about social media within the
service provider community (and beyond).
David looks into profiling buyers and how buyer personas help companies
understand their customers.
New Media on Ulitzer
Elyse Tager shares her view on how businesses are using social media as an
opportunity to get closer to customers. In this video with Cisco’s Zoya
Fallah, Elyse discusses social media marketing techniques that can be used
for business to business and business to consumer.
The need for speed is a dominant requirement for the next generation mobile
experience. As that experience becomes richer, more integrated (or
“meshy” as I like to say…) with other applications, and certainly more
visual in nature, our patience level as consumers, ironically, decreases.
Forget that we may be travelling 70 mph on a highway or in the interior of
crowded building, our expectation for a great, fast experience is only
getting higher. And if we know that we don’t have a fast or robust enough
connection to the network, then often it is best to defer using an