Cisco Live will take place from May 18 to 22, 2014, and if you’re going then the app for iPad, iPhone, and Android devices will help keep visitors informed. The Cisco Live event app will offer a simple way to access keynote times, schedules, maps, session details, exhibitor profiles, and a lot more all from your phone or tablet.
The Cisco Events App can be found for iPhone on iTunes, and Android users should head to the Google play store on this page that received an update just over two weeks ago to version 1.0.2. If you don’t own an Android or iOS device, then feel free to visit this webpage for mobile-friendly content streamed to your device.
Highlights for Cisco Live 2014 include certification and training sessions, over 600 breakout technical sessions, a DevNet Zone Monday through to Thursday, and technology trend keynotes. The John Chambers keynote will take place on Monday, followed by a Rob Lloyd keynote on Tuesday and Sal Khan, as a guest keynote on Thursday. There’s obviously a lot more going on during Cisco Live 2014, so take a look at the official website here for full details.
We have included a video below this article showcasing Cisco Live with John Chambers talking about the 2014 event, which will take place in San Francisco, California. The video went live a number of weeks ago now, but if you haven’t seen it then feel free to have a watch.
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