Four Ways to Add Cisco Canada to Your Social Network

At Cisco we are connecting the unconnected in ways never before possible. This is evident in the way we are transforming industries through the Internet of Everything, and in our mission to create the most connected games in Canadian history next year at the TORONTO 2015 Pan Am/Parapan Am Games.

For a taste of what I mean, take a look at this recent post by our CTO Jeff Seifert or any one of the posts by our PR Director Karin Scott sharing how we continue to transform education in Canada.

The Internet of Everything is an exciting evolution in how we use technology, one that isn’t stopping or slowing down. And it’s only going to get more amazing as we connect the 99 per cent of things not already connected to the Internet.

What would you like to see connected to the Internet? Odds are it will be a reality soon, or already is.

Lost in this discussion sometimes is how important we all are to the Internet of Everything. At Cisco we believe the Internet of Everything is comprised of people, process, data and things. The three latter are essential, of course, but nothing happens without the first. People.

And that’s why I’m encouraging everyone who is reading this to follow, like, subscribe, engage, comment, share and interact with us online. You are a social being, and we are a social business.

Here are four ways you can follow, like, subscribe and interact with us online:

LinkedIn: Follow Cisco on LinkedIn for news from Canada and around the world.

Twitter: Follow @CiscoCanada on Twitter to get late-breaking, up-to-the-minute updates, photos and news from us in Canada. You can also send us a tweet and we’ll reply in kind.

Our Blog: Subscribe to our blog (in the sidebar on the right) and you’ll be notified every time a new post is published. You’ll be the first to know about our Canadian announcements and find out how our global solutions impact you, your customers and your partners. We’re proud to offer a Canadian perspective, and encourage you to share your thoughts in the comments.

Facebook: Like us on Facebook to get the best of our content right in your news feed.

We want to hear from you. We want to share the incredible stories of how technology is shaping the future of Canada with you. For instance, did you know we are piloting some of the most advanced uses of video technology in the world in Canada? Or that technology innovation has led a Canadian company to quadruple its profits?

These are the stories we are sharing on our blog and across our Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook pages. We want you to be the first to hear them, and the first to tell us what you think. Does your business have a story to tell? Let us know. Share it with us. We’re listening.

I hope you add us to your social networks and like what you see. Welcome to our network.

Please share your thoughts in the comment section below.

About Mark Collins

As Vice President, Partner Organization, Mark Collins is responsible for managing Cisco's partner strategy in Canada. He works closely with sales, marketing, architectures, Industry, Services and Operations to drive a cohesive Partner Success platform. In his spare time you just might find Mark keeping the backbeat ‎on his drums in a pub near you! À titre de vice-président des activités des partenaires, Mark Collins est responsable de la gestion de la stratégie des partenaires Cisco au Canada. Il travaille en étroite collaboration avec les équipes du service de la mise en marché et des ventes, des architectures, des secteurs, des services et des activités pour créer une plateforme uniforme de réussite des partenaires. À l’occasion, dans ses temps libres, Mark donne le tempo lorsqu’il joue de la batterie dans un bar près de chez vous!
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1 Response to Four Ways to Add Cisco Canada to Your Social Network

  1. Ben Kelly says:

    Would love to chat with you and your team on how to better take advantage of your LinkedIn footprint for Canada Mark. There is ‘material’ opportunity for Cisco Canada to better leverage its presence on the LinkedIn platform. I’d love to share some ideas if you are open to a discussion.

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