Thanks to conferencing tools such as Cisco WebEx, traditional meetings will soon be a thing of the past.
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Alleviate financial strain and defer 95% of payments until 2021 Program details: • This program is available for all Cisco hardware, software and services.• Eligible for 36-, 48- and 60- month deals.• Cisco orders must be placed by July 25, 2020.• 90-day payment deferral, followed by payments of 1%of the total contract value each month […]
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Connect With Family! And No, Not the One’s You’re Stuck At Home With :)
I had a great experience last night connecting with family in New York, Connecticut, Texas, and California. Mom, bro, Aunts, Uncles and cousins! It was actually beautiful. Everyone was excited and happy to see and hear from each other, and connect in a way that is as close to as in-person as we can get.
Growing your business is a smart move that can pay off big in the end. These three tips can help. Just make sure you include infrastructure in the mix.
Big Data is everywhere these days — and it’s pretty much unavoidable. Avoid the coming “InfraStress” through upgraded cloud computing infrastructure.
Cisco WebEx, the original web conference software, continues to push business forward with collaborative video conferencing and collaboration.
While companies like Cisco have helped realize the potential for video collaboration (telepresence), the desire to connect over distances has existed throughout history.
Discover how Cisco takes the original Jabber open source chat protocol and software to provide modern integrated video, audio, and text communications.
Instant messaging with presence technology is not just good for business—it’s essential. Businesses looking to increase productivity will easily find great return on investment with Cisco Jabber.
We explain how the Cisco TelePresence Video Communication Server provides businesses with reliable and secure video communications. We explain how the servers work and describe some of the Cisco camera, audio, and display options. We explain how it works with ordinary desktop and mobile devices, as well as connects to existing SIP and other systems.