Cisco has unveiled new solutions to help people collaborate effectively in the
post-PC era. The Cisco advancements from Cisco WebEx to Cisco Jabber can change
how people meet utilizing expanded cloud-based services.
Cisco is unveiling the next generation of Cisco WebEx. From HD video
advancements and enhanced mobile capabilities that enable new ways to prepare,
meet and follow-up after a meeting, Cisco WebEx is helping to change the
Cisco is also extending cloud conferencing to more people with a new free basic
edition of WebEx designed for three people or less.
“We’ve listened to our customers and significantly advanced Jabber and
WebEx to enable seamless experiences on a range of devices and platforms,
whether on premises or in the cloud. This approach further accelerates our
strategic goal of enabling ‘any-to-any’ collaboration while also making it
easier than ever to collaborate with people inside or outside of an
organization,” said Barry O’Sullivan, senior vice president and general
manager, Collaboration and Communications Group, Cisco.
With these innovations and recent announcements around virtualization and
unified communications, Cisco is continuing to transform the workspace.
Additionally, with WebEx and the recently announced Cisco TelePresence
solutions for small and medium sized businesses, Cisco is advancing its
cloud-based offerings through the Cisco Collaboration cloud.
“The market for cloud-based business applications is growing rapidly. At
Esnatech, we see tremendous demand to enhance Web applications, like Google
Apps and Gmail, by integrating communications directly into the user
experience. The Cisco Jabber SDK removes all roadblocks and allows us to
transform Google apps and the Google framework into a live communication and
collaboration for Cisco’s enterprise customers,” said Davide Petramala,
vice president, Sales and Business Development, Esnatech.
“We want the users to be able to dole out access and rights to the content
in meeting spaces, not centrally administrate. I also expect this kind of file
sharing to prevent inboxes from going over their limits due to seventeen copies
of the same huge PPT being attached to emails,” said Warren Johnson,
network systems administrator, Telvent DTN.
By Telecomlead.com team