How to Get Started on Cisco, the Internet of Things vendor, has launched a wiki to let anyone who wants to learn more about its technology and its products, including how to work with the new web interface.
Cose Internetworking, a Cisco subsidiary, is working with Cisco to help people learn about its cloud-based infrastructure and its new tools for running and monitoring their own networks, and also provide tutorials and other tutorials on how to configure and use the platform.
Users can sign up for an account to get up and running with Cose’s new website, but there’s no guarantee that a new user will get a tutorial on how it works.
The site’s developer, David Schaller, said that a user would have to have a Cisco account and be signed in with a Cisco device to learn about Cose.
“If you’re new to Cisco, then it’s probably a good idea to sign up and get an account,” he said.
The Cose Wiki will be a great resource for people who don’t have an account, Schallert said.
Cosed is using the site to launch a series of tutorials and tutorials for Cisco devices and networking equipment, he said, but did not specify when those tutorials might be available.
For now, the company’s website is a single page with a list of articles on Cose and a list with links to all of them.
Users should check out the tutorials and then make sure that they can find the resources they want.
Cosing is one of a few vendors that has been expanding its web presence with new and improved guides.
Google launched its own version of the Cose wiki last year, but the company did not give a time frame for when it planned to launch it.