This week I have the privilege to attend the fifth annual International Association for Court Administration (IACA) conference in The Hague, Netherlands.
The IACA conference theme is The Challenge of Developing and Maintaining Strong and Just Courts in an Era of Uncertainty.
Three hundred and forty judicial leaders from 42 countries around the world are attending including Chief Justices from Afghanistan, Australia, Republic of Georgia, Iraq, Indonesia, and Nigeria, judges, court system officials and practitioners, justice ministry leaders, justice-sector academics, and representatives of international development and rule of law organizations.
During this conference, I am capturing highlights from the workshops with video interviews with selected keynote presenters and panelists.
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Tags: Connected Justice, Courts, TelePresence, video
This week thousands of IT professionals will be attending Cisco Live in San Diego so they can learn of innovations that can help them leverage the power of the intelligent network.
We are excited to showcase a variety of solutions that enable financial services firms generate revenue, reduce expense and mitigate risk. Specifically, we will be showing and discussing how Remote Expert for Retail Banking helps enable banks to maximize the efficiency and productivity of financial services advisors so they can capture customer business at first contact and deliver the personalized customer service the customer desires. Read More »
Tags: banking, collaboration, Financial Services, remote expert, retail banking, TelePresence
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.
Tags: clus12, collaboration, high quality video, infocomm, InfoComm12, mobile, TelePresence
We’ve come a long way since the days of analog and, at Cisco, we’ve delighted in the journey to high definition (HD). It’s our goal, after all, to bring high-quality, true-to-life video to individuals and organizations around the world.
Video is transformative, but bad video quality is disruptive, so we are pleased to announce that Cisco is enabling the industry’s broadest application of 1080p60 video and 1080p30 content sharing – the highest video resolution available today. This is the result of Cisco’s latest telepresence endpoint software updates: TC 6.0 for our codecs and group systems and TX 6.0 for our immersive product line.
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Tags: 1080p60, c-series codecs, Cisco TelePresence, clus12, HD video, InfoComm12, SX20 Quick Set, TC 6.0, TelePresence, TX1300, TX6.0, TX9000
We were excited to see that the Internet Innovation Alliance(IIA) recently made a public announcement calling for expanded broadband Internet access to help military families stay connected with loved ones. The three key topics IIA discussed are communications needs that Cisco has consistently supported.
1. Video communication for active military provides our troops the opportunity to interact with their families in real-time. “From my experience, it is essential to the mental health and morale of our troops to be able to see and speak with family and friends,” said Afghanistan war veteran Rick Noriega, Colonel in the Texas Army National Guard and a former five-term member of the Texas House of Representatives from Houston. “I remember a priceless moment during my deployment to Afghanistan in 2005 when I was able to watch my son open his Christmas gifts over the Internet.” Read More »
Tags: Expanded broadband, IIA, Internet Innovations Alliance, Military personnel and families, telehealth, TelePresence, U.S. Department of Veterans' Office of Telehealth, VA's Home Telehealth Program, video