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 »
Last week, we released the WebEx mobile for Android. We heard a lot of positive chatter on Twitter and Facebook (thank you) it is has already been named one of the best apps on Android. This is just one of many mobile applications we have for mobile devices aimed at helping you collaborate from wherever you are.
Some of the buzz:
@jhammond: Trying webexAndroid client for the first time. Working great!
Networks are an essential part of business, education, government, and home communications. Many residential, business, and mobile IP networking trends are being driven largely by a combination of video, social networking and advanced online collaboration applications — when described together, it’s called “visual networking.”
The Cisco Visual Networking Index (VNI) is the company’s ongoing effort to forecast and analyze the growth and use of IP networks worldwide. Earlier this month, we announced the latest report, the Cisco Visual Networking Index Global Mobile Data Traffic Forecast, 2010-2015. The following is a thought-provoking summary of the key findings — see how we visualize the future of the Mobile Internet.
So you bit the bullet and integrated social features into your brand’s website. Give yourself a pat on the back, because the hard work is done, right? Think again.
If you thought your job ended at launch, you’re headed for the brick wall. You about to embark on a journey that will lead you to engaging fans and potentially monetizing content like never before! Providing your audience with the best possible video viewing experience and reaching them on all of the devices they use is a task that many underestimate before undertaking. This leads to media companies that develop rich media experiences on their own, homegrown platforms often discovering operational challenges they couldn’t plan for, making for a never ending pile of work and significant financial investments to keep the communities they’ve started vibrant.
One great benefit about websites that deliver a social entertainment experience is that they are very dynamic and engage audiences in ways that build long-term loyalty and value (to both the consumer and the business). However, this can also mean being forever relegated to updating content, the website and features as services change or individual technology components are updated. It also means managing a growing community to ensure a good experience is maintained and the brand promise is delivered.
Media companies are great at developing content, and quite frankly, they should focus on their core business of creating the content instead of the technology platform for delivering it. This is exactly why CMSG continuously updates the Cisco Eos software platform – to make the delivery of a premium content experience embedded with social features, easy. With this in mind, let me quickly introduce you to the latest enhancements to Cisco Eos. The full announcement can be found here.
How do our new features make your life easier? Your web and mobile content experiences more engaging?
Two major global trends are driving these significant increases: a continued surge in mobile-ready devices such as tablets and smart phones, and widespread mobile video content consumption.
The Cisco study estimates that by 2015, there will be a mobile connected device for nearly every member of the world’s population.
So what does this mean? Well, for one thing, it’s a harbinger that it’s time to get our WAN architectures ready for the flood of video traffic. What happens when you don’t? Aside from the obvious—you deliver a frustrating and dissatisfying media experience—you also put other network applications at risk of going down.
If that’s not enough to spur you to take another look at your WAN, consider my top five predictions for what this tsunami of video traffic might lead to from a cultural trending perspective: