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On-Stage TelePresence First Middle East Debut at Cisco Networkers Bahrain 2010

One of the exciting events we had happening at Cisco Networkers Bahrain was the live keynote session, this event featured Cisco’s Executive Vice President of Cisco Services and Chief Globalization Officer, Wim Elfrink, joined by His Excellency Sheikh Ahmed bin Atteyat Allah Al-Khalifa, Minister of Cabinet Affairs, Government of Bahrain and for the first time in the Middle East, Cisco’s Senior Vice President of Emerging Technologies,…


March Madness & Cisco TelePresence Madness

…ven if there were some tears shed.  And this has made me think (I do this on occasion)… As immersive Telepresence/Video experiences continue to become more pervasive in our professional and personal life, it’s not far-fetched to think I may get to see some tears shed via Telepresence during future March Madness tournaments. I can’t wait! On to business. As the title states, we’re also experiencing a sort of Cisco Tel…


Impressions from Voicecon!

…his on the May 6th TechWiseTV show on SIP and Session Management — should be a fantastic show! Video: The Cisco TelePresence “fishbowl” was packed with customers every time I walked by it. Our TechWiseTV broadcast and workshop on Cisco TelePresence had fantastic attendance — we were repeatedly receiving feedback on our surveys that ya’ll wanted to hear more on this topic so we produced the shows and you were there (thank you!)…


Benefits of Touch Screen Integration in Telepresence and Video Conferencing

…one an expert, is compact and handy, and is more durable and easy to clean. What does this mean for the world of telepresence and video conferencing? Benefits of Touch Screen Integration for Telepresence and Video Conferencing: Increased Usage: The similarity to other familiar touch screen technology, such as smartphones, makes the experience more intuitive, which will help increase usage Faster, Easier Access: Making video calls, sharing conte…


Key Drivers Leading to Increased Adoption of Video Conferencing and Telepresence

According to Wainhouse Research, the main factors driving the adoption of video conferencing and telepresence are: Economic Pressures – increasing need to be more efficient, cut costs, and communicate with customers, partners and suppliers around the world. Globalization – not only are enterprises today managing trade across borders and outsourcing certain business functions, they also have dispersed management teams and skill sets, which l…