Work-Anywhere, Work-Anytime Era When it comes to scaling a cloud service (and more specifically) a collaboration cloud service – what must-haves comes to mind? For me, it’s a vendor and service that has experience with millions of users, millions of calls and meetings, billions of messages, 99.999 percent reliability, and a whole lot of geek talk.
One thing we all have in common is – regardless of our job functions – we meet to get work done. I believe meetings can be amazing game-changers. When people can meet and collaborate from anywhere in the world, at any time, we can accomplish so much more.
Holy Modern Workspace – Batman! When I think of the creation of huddle spaces, video conferencing, and the suite of Collaboration technology of the modern workspace, I can’t help but reflect on our childhood memories of the vintage Batman TV series.
Companies spend billions every year on hardware, software, and services to power connections between people. From email and calendaring to video conferencing and contact center solutions – and everything between – collaboration tools make up a massive industry.
We know that the canvas you work in includes many different collaboration tools, productivity tools, and devices. When all those elements work together, you can work more efficiently. That’s why our approach is an open collaboration canvas: We are making sure the Webex portfolio works with the third-party tools you may already use, like Microsoft […]
This week at Cisco’s Collaboration Summit in Phoenix, we made a series of significant announcements regarding the convergence of the Cisco Webex and Spark platforms. This included a new Webex Meetings application, a new Webex Teams application (formerly known as Cisco Spark), the new Webex Assistant, and the Webex Share hardware device.
Skype for Business Users: Meet with More People Using WebEx Ellie Ruano – October 20, 2016 How often do you attend meetings that start late due to technology issues? According to Ovum, the average delay is 10 minutes and 40 seconds.
It used to be that video conferencing meant tying up a room and dedicating resources for a “room system” that included cameras, monitors, speakers, a conference table and chairs. The room needed to be “booked” and the call had to be scheduled. The idea of an ad-hoc video meeting was far from reality.
By: Andy Abramson For years WebEx has been the modern standard which businesses called upon for conference calls and collaboration. WebEx replaced the former generation’s old style conference calling services which were mostly dial in, reservation-based, and often expensive.