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Win with WebEx – Mobile Fridays Summer Photo Contest

Win an Amazon gift certificate by telling us where you’d like to WebEx this summer!

Send us your photo and a 5-15 word description of where you’d like take your next WebEx this summer! In the forest? At the beach? The only trick is the photo has to be one you’ve taken -- we don’t want to break any copyright laws! And it should be “G”-rated.

Send your entries here.

We’d love help you imagine working remotely, using our free iPhone or Android mobile apps while you are on the road, on vacation or just enjoying a sunny afternoon.  Read More »

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Cisco Product Info Now On Your Mobile Smartphone

June 22, 2012 at 10:00 am PST

Here’s something I think you’ll like: Rich information about the entire Cisco product and services portfolio is now available free in a smartphone-friendly format.

This update includes:

  • More than 7,000 product series and model pages for mobile access
  • Complete coverage for Services products
  • More than 1,180 product oriented videos now playable on mobile devices for the iPhone and Android platforms. (We’ve converted 31 GB worth of videos!)
  • Links to data sheets and other key information that you can browse to quickly, in both HTML and PDF format.

You can access it from your mobile smartphone start at m.cisco.com. We’re treating this like a “Beta” — primarily because we are still working on table treatments — and tuning every day. But I know you’ll find a lot to like here when you’re on the go.

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A New Type of Mobility

Mobile used to mean the connectivity service that you bought from your local mobile network operator that freed you from the wire connected to the wall. The rise of Wi-Fi has changed all that. Most mobile devices are now Wi-Fi-enabled (see blog posting “What Is a Mobile Device Anymore?”). Wi-Fi has broken the MNO’s monopoly of providing wireless freedom to consumers. While Wi-Fi may not provide all of the features of mobile cellular technology, consumers now have a choice in how they want to connect their devices wirelessly to the Internet – mobile cellular or Wi-Fi.

To learn more about what consumers are doing with their mobile devices, and how and where they are using them, the Cisco Internet Business Solutions Group (IBSG) recently conducted a survey of U.S. mobile users. Following are our top three findings related to mobile connectivity: Read More »

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What is a Mobile Device Anymore?

It used to be easy—mobile devices were brick-like devices that we carried with us to make phone calls.  Not anymore. Now we have smartphones, tablets, eReaders, and other devices that we bring everywhere and can’t seem to live without. No longer are we using them just for phone calls. In fact, they are now mobile computers, books, entertainment stations, game consoles, and social tools, in addition to our communications hubs. And, because Wi-Fi has become a prevalent way for many of these devices to connect to the Internet, they’re no longer strictly “mobile,” from a network perspective.

To learn more about what consumers are doing with their mobile devices, and how and where they are using them, the Cisco Internet Business Solutions Group (IBSG) recently conducted a survey of U.S. mobile users. Following are our top three findings related to mobile devices: Read More »

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Cisco Extends High Quality Telepresence to Mobile Users

Mobile users collaborating, working, and leveraging video communications is quickly becoming the norm for organizations worldwide.

Cisco delivers a seamless video collaboration experience with Cisco TelePresence Server, Cisco TelePresence Conductor and Cisco Video Communication Server (VCS).  New advancements to these offerings support users at their offices, as well as on the road, with features that complement Cisco’s entire collaboration infrastructure solution.

New capabilities on the Cisco TelePresence Server include optimized video screen layouts for high-quality telepresence viewing on single-screen devices such as tablets, and increased scalability to further enable reach anywhere, at any time.

Cisco has also made enhancements to the VCS Expressway by enabling “encrypt on behalf of” to now provide encryption of data regardless of the endpoint’s own encryption capabilities, eliminating the need for additional VPN security.

For more information on Cisco TelePresence solutions, visit us at InfoComm this week or www.cisco.com/go/telepresence.

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