The Internet of Everything

Client:
Cisco

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The IoE Machine

Client:
Cisco
  • Interactive: “IoE Machine”

    Cisco is building the next phase in the evolution of the Internet—the Internet of Everything. They needed their B2B customers to understand that Cisco will enable a fundamental change in the way companies run their businesses in the years ahead.

    So we created a WIRED magazine app that brought this idea to life and then used it as the blueprint for a digital/experiential tradeshow exhibit.

    The exhibit was called the Internet of Everything Machine, a 20-by-10-foot interactive installation that shows life in a connected city. It made the intangible tangible and gave attendees a unique look at how Cisco is transforming cities.

    Released: May 2014

    Tags:
    Cisco, Interactive

We're Ready. Are You?

Client:
Cisco
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    Competitor

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    Today’s tremendously globalized economy is bringing in the next wave of talent and competition from every corner of the world. India is just one of the countries with a thriving tech scene and a booming private-education system that embraces tech-savviness. 

    The next wave of the Internet demands a new kind of workforce, new skills and new kinds of knowledge workers. If you want to stay relevant, you need to invest today in the technology that will prepare you for those unimaginable changes. 

     

     

    Released: June 2015

    Tags:
    San Francisco, Cisco, Film
  • TV Spot: "Hackers"

    TV Spot: "Hackers"

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    It takes the average business 211 days to realize it’s been hacked. And hackers aren’t just kids in hoodies anymore. They’re well-funded, government-sponsored organized syndicates of extremely talented programmers who are picking apart businesses’ shaky patchwork of security. This spot taps into that truth and introduces Cisco’s role as a pervasive security provider for the next wave of the Internet.

    Released: June 2015

    Tags:
    San Francisco, Cisco, Film