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WebEx Channels: We Bring the Experts to You – Register Today!

WebEx offers a number of live events bringing experts to you in a setting designed for sharing information and discussion. You can see all the events, including those coming up and recorded sessions of past events, on our website.

We call it WebEx Channels.

Together@WebEx offers diverse presentations you can listen to right from your computer (these recordings aren’t yet accessible via WebEx Mobile).

From Guy Kawasaki  to Alice Waters to Bear Grylls, we have hosted them all in intimate settings -- usually their homes -- Read More »

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WebEx a Top Biz App for iPad 2: Oh Yeah, Mobility Rocks

Smile for the camera, WebEx can now share your video on the iPad 2!

Get the App!

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 »

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No Voice? No Problem

Guest Post from Bonnie Ho, Collaboration Product Marketing Manager at Cisco:

28. That is how many days I’ve worked in complete silence…not saying a single word.  As a product marketing manager here at Cisco, my days are typically filled with back-to-back meetings and talking regularly for 8+ hours a day, 5 days a week. I know you’re probably wondering two things: Why did I do this? Or more importantly, how was I able to do this?

I was recently diagnosed with vocal cord nodules, which is a mass of tissue that grows on the vocal cords due to strenuous voice practices. Those who use their voice constantly are susceptible to getting this, including teachers, singers, politicians and apparently Cisco product marketing managers.

My doctor recommended 4 weeks of complete voice rest to allow the nodules to shrink away and fully recover. Being the social person I am, and knowing how my job requires me to talk constantly, how was I ever going to survive in the workplace without talking for 28 days?

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Get More Out of WebEx: Short Mini-Tutorials Offer Fast, Easy Tips

New to WebEx and need some help? Love WebEx but ready to try some advanced features?

We have what you are looking for.

We have put together a library of mini-tutorials to help you. You can view the library here. If there’s something you’d like to know how to do and we don’t have it, we’ve set up a Facebook discussion page where you can post your request. Here are a few favorites: Read More »

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When Work Goes Beyond “Work” – Making the Human Connection

“What are we going to do? How are we going to keep in touch?” asked Laurie Leiker, the Director of Training and Development at Transcend Services.

Transcend is a leading provider of clinical documentation solutions for healthcare organizations. Located in Atlanta, GA, Transcend Services is a public company serving more than 250 hospitals and health systems, with a workforce of 1,950+ domestic medical language specialists (MLSs).

Interestingly, more than 75% of the employees at Transcend Services work offsite with 100% of the training department team working remotely. They use WebEx Training Center to keep in touch so despite their geographic distance, they are still close.

Life Happens, Creativity Ensues

Working remotely this is still a tight team. “We work together but we also care about each other outside of work,” Laurie explains.

When a maternity leave started before it was expected, the team got worried. Read More »

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