There's a Chris Van Dusen book that my kids love called I Built a House, in which a boy sketches his wild and futuristic dream home, which includes an underwater room, a car-racing room, a zero-gravity room and a room with jets that detaches and flies around the neighborhood.
Most readers probably won't know that Cisco is responsible for all of human evolution, past, present and future. But the argument almost seems convincing when delivered by Ewan McGregor.
To those who would say the world is falling apart in a hurry, Cisco would counter that, in fact, thanks mostly to technology, it's the most wonderful time to be alive.
One day, all the world's persistent infrastructure problems will be obsolete, says Cisco. Indeed, you'll only be able to see them in museums.That's the theme of "Building Tomorrow Today," a new Cisco campaign by Goodby, Silverstein & Partners that begins today with "The Last Traffic Jam," a striking 30-second spot that shows a traffic jam—now a remnant of the past—as an art piece in a gallery.
Male chief marketing officers on Forbes' third annual Appinions CMO Influence Study, which was released today, are 22 percent more influential than their female peers.
Big-name marketers have descended on Orlando this week at the ANA Masters of Marketing conference. So far, it's clear that digital has taken over with some intriguing results backed up by data.Here are the seven most interesting stats we've heard so far.
During CNN's 2014 Upfronts, president Jeff Zucker vowed that the network would be focusing on its digital presence and creating new opportunities for advertisers.
IDEA: The Internet of Things—or as Cisco calls it, "the Internet of everything"—is quickly advancing, as seen in the array of magically interconnected devices at this year's Consumer Electronics Show. (Teddy bear that checks your kid's vitals as she sleeps? Check.) But how to dramatize that in a TV spot?