Cisco Live Photos: Dress for Success in a Company Onesie
T-shirt for sale in the mall outside the conference hotel. I took photos of several other T-shirts. The humor is childish and smutty. Don't look at the photos here.
Milk chocolate candy bar, flavored with bacon-flavored bits and potato chips. You would not think that would be delicious. You would be wrong.
Cisco does a great job with the rock concert effects at its keynotes. Here we're waiting for CEO Chuck Robbins to take the stage.
Temperatures in Las Vegas in the summer are crazy.
You know what's great about the Internet of Things? Model trains layouts at trade show booths. This one is at the Tech Data booth touting D Smart IoT Solutions.
But it wasn't all onesies and kilts. A colleague and I got to talk with Cisco executives and customers to find out about the company's current and future state. Here's what we wrote:
— Mitch Wagner Editor, Enterprise Cloud News
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