Join us at Cisco Live in San Diego!

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When it comes to network industry events, Cisco Live is truly amazing.  With more than 25,000 participants, hundreds of exhibitors, keynotes, speakers, and technical activities, there is more than enough to take up a week for every type of attendee.  And, when you get off the airplane in San Diego, you can feel the fresh sea breeze that reminds you of why that part of the country is so valued.

Following the success we had at Cisco Live in 2018 and our 2019 participation in Melbourne, we are very pleased to have the opportunity to participate in this important event.  In addition to our booth (#2732 in the main pavillion) where you can meet with the product management team, get a demo of our new Workflow-based UI, and pick up some swag, you can also join us for a ThinkTank Session where Network Operations Management team leader Brian Kaplan will discuss how 3-Dimensional Compliance can improve your network security posture.  Be sure to look up and add Brian's session to your calendar as the Cisco Live app goes live in the next few weeks.

In addition to NOM, we will also have demonstrations for related products, such as Operations Bridge, and will have a special in-booth guest who will be able to show you the magic of network management from Micro Focus.

If you would like to set up some specific time with the product management team, please drop me a note at and we will be sure to accomodate you.  Otherwise, I'll see you in San Diego!

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