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Turn Meeting Rooms into Collaboration Rooms

These days it’s pretty rare that my meetings include only the people in the room. I work in a global company and my co-workers are spread out across the world. We work successfully together any time and from wherever we are through video collaboration. Video isn’t just a nice bonus: 87% of remote users feel more connected to their team and process when using videoconferencing, according to a recent GigaOm report.

You have conference rooms. Adding video should be easy. We agree. And that’s a big part of the focus for our latest endpoint products, announced last month.

The Cisco MX Series endpoints turn meeting rooms into collaboration rooms. Our design philosophy is what we consider “Scandinavian simplicity meets Californian approachability.”

All these collaboration room systems were built on the same philosophy:

  • Simplicity
  • Appealing design
  • Easy installation
  • Intuitive, consistent user interface
  • Improved quality, performance
  • New intelligent video collaboration experiences

This expansion in the MX Series means you can bring Read More »

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Intelligent Video Collaboration for Hot desking and Quiet rooms

As discussed in one of my previous blogs, more and more companies are deploying premium quality video endpoints in hot desking areas or quiet rooms. Hot desking means I can be at any desk within any location of my organization and make and receive calls using my own personal number and identity. By adding this capability to our video endpoints, Cisco is further supporting the concept that video is becoming the new voice and our customers can now enjoy feature parity between our video endpoints and Cisco Unified Communications IP telephones.

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This signature feature is available in the latest software release for EX, MX, SX and C-series Cisco TelePresence Endpoints with TelePresenence Touch. Now you can sign in with your user name and pin to make a Cisco Telepresence endpoint “yours” for the desired period of time.

I strongly believe that user satisfaction and productivity increases by Read More »

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