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The name Grace Hopper is well known in the ICT industry. She was a pioneer of computer science and an innovator and also coined the term ‘debugging’. Do you know the story behind the term? Share your thoughts via comment below. #TBT #ThrowbackThursday
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Server tower or jukebox? We’re ready to play some jams. Tell us what song you’d request and your pick might just be featured on our ultimate cabling playlist! #CableWednesday

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See how improvements in plant automation and manufacturing alone from the Internet of Things and Internet of Everything is a $2 Trillion opportunity over the next 10 years. How will the Internet of Things impact the future of business? http://gocis.co/1geTslR #IoE #IoT #InternetOfEverything
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Registration is now open until 7PM. The line is quick to get your badge! http://t.co/3ME9Xfmjry
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You like it, you really, really like it! We’ve been nominated for Best Global Website 2014. Thanks to everyone who help make it what it is today! http://gocis.co/1cvNhZR #RedCarpetReady
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New solutions that rely on touch technology, sensors and real-time data are no longer requiring us to touch or even see technology in order for us to interact with it. In Cisco Chief Futurist Dave Evans’ recent #AskTheFuturist blog, he discusses how the future of technology will integrate into our five senses: http://gocis.co/1eHnxLo #InternetOfEverything

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We’d like to wish Leonardo Da Vinci, one of the world’s greatest innovators, a happy birthday. Share with us in the comments below your favorite innovators! http://gocis.co/1m1qJZW #Innovate
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As the mobility landscape continues to evolve, opportunities that will help your organization increase margins, create new services offerings and expand your footprint with customers continue to grow. Find out how you can help your customers reach new audiences and improve communications: http://gocis.co/1gRTmqi #CiscoPS14
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To celebrate the 5th anniversary of our Unified Computing System, we’re highlighting a few examples of things that are greater than the sum of their parts. Share this post and get your friends to chime in with their favorites. #5YearsOfUCS
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Need to clean your keyboard? Do you have sticky notes handy? Try this easy #TechHack! Let us know in the comments how it worked for you.
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How do you foresee the future of your home, work, school, government and healthcare? Share it with us at Cisco Australia and New Zealand as we share with you our vision of tomorrow.Bookmark our website at http://www.cisco.com/anz

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Thanks for visiting the Cisco Australia and New Zealand page. This page is intended to provide information about Cisco’s technology initiatives as well as to engage the public in a dialogue on this topic. We also offer on this page occasional giveaways, sweepstakes, contests and new information about our solutions and related events. Please join the conversation and leave comments. Comments or replies that are offensive, abusive, profane, spam in nature and/or completely out of context are subject to removal. See our social media guidelines here-> http://www.slideshare.net/CiscoSystems/cisco-social-media-guidelines-june-2010.

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Company Overview
Cisco solutions are the networking foundations for service providers, small to medium business and enterprise customers which includes corporations, government agencies, utilities and educational institutions.

Cisco's networking solutions connect people, computing devices and computer networks, allowing people to access or transfer information without regard to differences in time, place or type of computer system.