At InfoComm 2012 product manager Darrick Deel discussed the exciting new features of the TE 6.0 Software release for the EX Series which resulted from tighter integration with Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM).
In this video, Darrick demos new voicemail capabilities and shared line enhancements that enable users to receive telepresence calls on their mobile devices and then transfer the call to the EX console once they return to the office. These new capabilities of TE 6.0 improve Cisco’s TelePresence portfolio and provide greater support to the mobile worker.
Tags: Cisco, CUCM, EX Series, InfoComm12, mobile workers, TE6.0, telephony, TelePresence, Unified Communications Manager, video conferencing
By Shirley Bloomfield, Guest Columnist
In this day and age, there’s no reason that we can’t be face-to-face all of the time. In the rural telecom business, we are all about using the newest technology to facilitate our meetings, discussions and outreach. Video conferencing capabilities make it possible to communicate computer-to-computer bringing you face-to-face. For our organization, what started as an experiment for communicating with members has blossomed into using video technology for so much more.
Our live Web events have become a popular way for us to reach members with critical policy information in a format that enables them to see us and ask questions. We are able to actually participate in a dialogue using technology—in real time—with our member telecom companies all across the country. It creates an important connection and delivers on our promise of innovating to support our mission.
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Tags: collaboration, NTCA, rural broadband, telecommunications, video conferencing, vni, VNI-SA
WebEx has always let you easily share information and files during a meeting but with the new WebEx Meetings, now you have access to tools that help before and after your meeting. And with a new free Basic account, you can start hosting online meetings today.
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With WebEx Meeting Spaces, you and your guests can share relevant documents prior to a meeting, access recordings of past meetings, and initiate conversations in the space. You can also see if
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Tags: Agenda, business, features, Meeting Spaces, meetings, online meetings, organize, planning, video conferencing, WebEX
With advanced collaboration technologies like video conferencing and enterprise social software, companies are rethinking the way they traditionally have done business. Social collaboration adds a new layer to the communication experience, allowing companies to innovate, grow, expand into new markets and increase productivity. It can provide unmatched benefits to an organization including:
- Easier access to resources and expertise
- Contextual, real-time communications through integration with voice, IM, conferencing and video.
- Time and resource savings that drive better utilization of existing systems
- Social networking with less risk though rules-based policy management
- Simplified content management
- More effective information discovery
This week at Enterprise 2.0 in Boston, Cisco makes some announcements around our social collaboration strategy and the extension of our market leading Cisco WebEx cloud, which I describe in detail in this video blog. Read More »
Tags: Cisco WebEx, cloud, collaboration, content management, IM, social networking, video, video conferencing, Voice
As video becomes more pervasive in our daily lives, we increasingly hear about using live, interactive video to take students on virtual fieldtrips, connect colleagues across the globe and enable better access to healthcare for rural and underserved communities. Collaborative technologies connect people and cut costs across a variety of settings. Another area we’re seeing new, innovative applications is in courts, corrections and law enforcement.
In Dallas County, Texas, for example, 25 to 50 prisoners are processed daily, telepresence systems were installed in the courthouse, the county jails and the infirmary. As one might imagine, transporting prisoners who have already been booked back to the courthouse for another arraignment takes a significant amount of time and, therefore, cost. The process entails the Sheriff’s Office getting a list of all the prisoners facing new or altered charges; have a deputy gather them up from the various facilities in which they are housed and place them in a holding cell; and then bring them all back in to the courthouse together for their new arraignment. When all is said and done (secure a van, get two deputies to transport the prisoners in the van; get through traffic; and then go through security at the other end), it takes at least two hours. However, with the technology on-hand, the county has been able to re-arraign 700 prisoners a month without having to transport them. Also, by enabling court dealings via a secure network it reduces paper work, improves flexibility for the courts and dramatically decreases travel costs when working with geographically spread-out participants Read More »
Tags: Connected Justice, connectedjustice, govtech, technology, video conferencing, videoconference