With Cisco’s focus on bringing the power of video to organizations of all sizes when, where and how they want it, we are dedicated to expanding our virtualized collaboration offerings.
One of the ways we are demonstrating our strong commitment to seamless conferencing is by ensuring uncompromised quality and experience in any environment – whether delivered as hosted, on-premise or hybrid, and with virtualized or dedicated platforms. Our comprehensive approach to video collaboration is part of a broader architecture that enables a consistent user experience across any device and flexibility in delivery options.
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Tags: Cisco, collaboration, collaboration summit, TelePresence, vcs, video, virtualized
Ensuring seamless, secure connections over telepresence and video, Cisco Unified Call Control offers a scalable and pervasive collaboration solution. It includes the following:
- Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM), which delivers key aspects of core call control; and,
- Cisco TelePresence Video Communication Server (VCS) Expressway, which enables advanced telepresence applications such as secure B2B communication, remote access and firewall traversal capabilities;
- VCS Expressway also supports H.323 for interoperability and interworking to maximize customers’ investments.
Check out the video below from InfoComm 2012, where I gave a short overview of how CUCM and VCS Expressway operate together to streamline and simplify the telepresence experience.
Tags: Cisco, Cisco Unified Call Control, CUCM, expressway, H.323, InfoComm12, interoperability, TelePresence, vcs
Changes in the way we work are creating new challenges in business communications and collaboration. With the growing trend of a more dispersed workforce, organizations are looking to video technologies such as telepresence as the new standard for effective collaboration. To be productive, employees need to have access to the same communication services on any type of device, but organizations are finding it is not easy to deploy video for mobile workers.
Cisco’s call control solution brings together Cisco Unified Communications Manager (Cisco UCM) and Cisco Video Communications Server (Cisco VCS) to offer the same suite of feature-rich communication services regardless of device and location. With Cisco UCM and Cisco VCS, customers can easily collaborate using different devices, from anywhere, and with users within and outside of their organization. The unified communications experience accelerates productivity across the mix of mobile and office and home-based workers.
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Tags: call control, Cisco, collaboration, CUCM, infrastructure, TelePresence, Thomas Wyatt, UCM, Unified Communications Manager, vcs
The trend to increase workforce mobility has accelerated, more customers are proactively empowering employees to work wherever and whenever they have access, to increase productivity and streamline their business. This growing number of employees being set up with video-enabled tablet devices and video endpoints however has added to the burden of IT management; especially massive user, device and phone book provisioning from hundreds of devices to tens of thousands of devices—and across geographic regions and firewalls.
Specifically for telepresence, IT resources have been focused on helping an increasing number of mobile and remote users configure and personalize their devices, endpoints settings, and preferences. Fueled by this demand, Cisco is excited to introduce Cisco TelePresence Provisioning 2.0.
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Tags: Cisco TelePresence, Cisco TelePresence Provisioning, IT management, mobile workers, TelePresence Management Suite, Thomas Wyatt, TMS, vcs, Video Communication Server
What keeps a manufacturing CxO up at night? Many things, for sure, but what in particular would allow these weary executives to get their well-earned rest?
Cisco’s Chet Namboodri, Director of Manufacturing Industry Solutions and Marketing, has asked many customers and industry executives this insomnia question. Here are their top 5: Read More »
Tags: Chet Namboodri, Cisco, ge, industry best practices, Manufacturing, Manufacturing.net, new business models, standardizing plant architecture, vcs