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Prepare Your Network for Video Streaming and Telepresence Meetings

…overwhelming a small business network. Consider this: A single video stream consumes between 500 Kbps to 1.2 Mbps, and if that’s an HD stream, it uses as much as 4 Mbps to 7 Mbps. Given the bandwidth requirements for a telepresence system, your first step is making sure your network has enough bandwidth to handle streaming video and collaboration apps, like instant messaging. Can your Internet connection handle streaming video, or does it…

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With Proper Set Up, Telepresence Need Not Pose Security Concern

…an agency wouldn’t connect an unprotected PC to the network, it should likewise be sure to protect any video endpoints—including mobile ones. Such a protected set-up maintains a single entry point into the network and makes telepresence easy to deploy and manage. Government entities relying on telepresence can also protect classified information by properly configuring their telepresence networks to suit their needs. For example, agencies…

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Cisco TelePresence MCU 4.3 – new advanced software release

…and highly scalable. They trust that our solutions deliver the highest quality of features with an impressive lifecycle. Cisco is excited to announce that we are expanding our multipoint offering & launching new advanced Telepresence MCU capabilities. The new MCU 4.3 software release further extends the functionality of our field-proven and highly configurable Cisco TelePresence  MCU. Let me share a few of the highlights: Ease of use: From…

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TelePresence Provisioning 2.0 – a new paradigm in large scale provisioning of fixed and mobile video endpoints

…resources have been focused on helping an increasing number of mobile and remote users configure and personalize their devices, endpoints settings, and preferences. Fueled by this demand, Cisco is excited to introduce Cisco TelePresence Provisioning 2.0. Telepresence Provisioning 2.0 supports up to 100,000 devices and users across multiple Cisco endpoints: C-Series, E-Series, EX-Series, MX-Series, SX-Series and Cisco Jabber Video for…

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With Proper Set Up, Telepresence Need Not Pose Security Concern

…an agency wouldn’t connect an unprotected PC to the network, it should likewise be sure to protect any video endpoints—including mobile ones. Such a protected set-up maintains a single entry point into the network and makes telepresence easy to deploy and manage. Government entities relying on telepresence can also protect classified information by properly configuring their telepresence networks to suit their needs. For example, agencies…

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