With the introduction of WebEx Mobile and our new high-quality video, we’ve received some great reviews.
Our VP, June Bower, did a terrific audio interview with Boot Camp which has generated a bit of buzz on Twitter as folks learn more about what WebEx can do. Take a listen and see what you think. Listen here>>
From PC Magazine:
With millions of users and 15 years of experience, WebEx is the oldest, best-known popular web-conferencing solution on the market.
You might assume that years of market dominance would have tempted Cisco to rest on its laurels, but not so. Read More>>
The article goes on to review our new features and Read More »
Tags: June Bower, meetings, online, PC Mag, VentureBeat, WebEX, Webinars
Smile for the camera, WebEx can now share your video on the iPad 2!
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Using WebEx Mobile delivers new freedom for anyone wanting to stay productive while not be tied to his or her computer. WebEx Mobile lets you meet anywhere you have Internet access via Apple’s iPad or your Smartphone including Android and the iPhone. Learn more here.
iPad 2 WebEx Video Experience is Outstanding
Using the iPad2, now with two cameras, lets WebEx users experience two-way group video conferencing. Read More »
Tags: Apple iPad, Apple iPad 2, freedom, iPad, meetings, mobile, mobility, WebEX
Last week, I posted a blog called Innovation is key to becoming a ‘people-centric’ business which looked at Inclusion and Diversity from a customer perspective. The article argued that in order to succeed, businesses needed to become “customer centric” – looking at the world from their customers’ perspectives and identifying their customers’ problems and tensions. I’m pleased to see that the post has been very popular and has so far been viewed over 2,000 times! An interesting article in yesterday’s London Evening Standard looked at this idea of customer centricity from a different perspective. Read More »
Tags: business, customer, customer centricity, display, Inclusion and Diversity, innovation, london, meeting, meetings
- The top meeting etiquette blunder is multi-tasking whilst in face-to-face meetings.
As discussed in my previous post “What will your working environment look like in 10 years?” the business environment is set to change rapidly in the coming years. Many people have already seen some changes in their workplaces with technology such as WebEx and TelePresence enabling virtual workplaces. There are many financial, business and environmental benefits to these technologies, but one of the side-effects that seem to be appearing is bad business etiquette. Read More »
Tags: etiquette, inclusion, meetings, TelePresence, video conferencing