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November 09, 2009

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Chanel watches

Cisco sees value in a network-centric approach that will unify collaboration activities across multiple silos. It's embedded capabilities in the network enable it to perform unique services such as auto tagging all forms of media. As collaboration moves in the direction Cisco believes will happen, the sharing of knowledge transitions from a text centric model to include voice and video (on-demand, Podcasts, etc) where it (Cisco) brings unique value relative to other approaches.

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