Cisco Blogs

In The News – What the Press is Saying About the New WebEx Meetings

- July 2, 2012 - 0 Comments

WebEx Meetings is the latest version of WebEx online video conferencing with a twist – it’s now free.

There are a number of great new features that helps you do more than just meet online. We have been sharing our new release with the press and we wanted to share their perspectives with you. And if you haven’t yet signed up for a new account, do it today.

Get your free WebEx Basic account here. You can also get the free app for the iPhone and Android.

Here’s a quick look at who’s talking about WebEx Meetings:

WebEx Meetings Move Beyond SMB Offices
InformationWeek SMB | By Kevin Casey | Jun 21, 2012
WebEx, the well-known online collaboration platform owned by Cisco, is trying out a new marketing slogan: WebEx Meetings: Not just for videoconferencing!

Cisco Webex Gets Social Collaboration-Fueled Upgrades
Network Computing | By Esther Shein | June 21, 2012
Bring-your-own-device policies make it easy to work from anywhere –about 96% of small businesses use wireless devices and technology, according to a mobile business users’ survey conducted by Cisco Systems Inc. By year’s end, about 50% of small businesses expect to have all employees using wireless technologies to work away from the office, the survey found.

Cisco Revamps WebEx Meetings for SMB Collaboration
Small Business Computing | By Pedro Hernandez | June 20, 2012
Cisco this week took a big step in retooling WebEx for the mobile and social media era. First, the company unveiled WebEx Social, formerly known Cisco Quad, with new functionality in tow.

Upgraded WebEx offering Adds Video, Other Features for Easier Use by Small Businesses
Small Business Advantage | By Don Mazella | June 2012
Three trends in small-business operations are hampering many enterprises’ efforts to focus staff and resources as generational and economic trends put more demands on staff.

Have you tried WebEx Meetings yet? We’d love to hear from you.


In an effort to keep conversations fresh, Cisco Blogs closes comments after 60 days. Please visit the Cisco Blogs hub page for the latest content.