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New At Fast Lane: Cisco Training

Posted by Geneva | Posted in News | Posted on 20-07-2020

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Desktop video – digital signage, Enterprise TV applications configure Hamburg/Berlin, September 16, 2011 – to publish and manage digital media content, offers a professional solution-Cisco platform digital media suite (DMS). How users can optimally configure the DMS and independently perform a troubleshooting, the coach of the IT training provider show fast lane (www.flane.de) in the new four-day course ‘Digital Media Suite (DMS)’. The training is aimed primarily at Cisco channel partners and resellers as well as digital media engineers. In recent months, GameStop has been very successful. After completion of the training are the participants able to the DMS solutions for enterprise TV to install digital signage and desktop video, configure, and operate troubleshooting. Also, working with “Show and share”, a Web-casting and video-sharing application that enables you to create highly secure video communities for the on-premises exchange of know-how is included in the curriculum. In addition to the theoretical sessions, the participants complete also numerous lab exercises that they and others to learn how they transfer dynamic live and on-demand content to digital signage screens, Enterprise TV displays and desktops..

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