Express Yourself with Webex Teams and Giphy
With GIPHY support in Webex Teams, you can now show your co-workers just how happy, sad, angry, or annoyed you are about that latest project update.
Webex Innovations Drive Change
Collaboration VP and CTO Jonathan Rosenberg shares the latest advances in making work intuitive. The reason things have changed so dramatically is that technology innovations drive changes in how we do things.
Cisco Spark and Webex Platform Convergence: More than a Rebrand
Significant technical work has gone into combining the Cisco Webex and Spark platforms. Cisco CTO Jonathan Rosenberg highlights several of the key customer benefits that come as a result.
Cisco Spark Achieves HIPAA Compliance
Cisco Spark is now ready for use in healthcare consistent with customer needs for HIPAA, a U.S. healthcare law that establishes requirements for the use, disclosure, and safeguarding of individually identifiable health information.
Introducing the Industry’s Next Video Codec: AV1
AV1, the industry's next-generation video codec for the Internet, has arrived. AV1 is a milestone for Alliance for Open Media. After three years of collaborative innovation among technology leaders, the codec is expected to accommodate new applications that require higher quality, lower-bandwidth video.
On-Premises or Cloud Video Conferencing? How About Both?
We’ve torn down the silos between traditional premises and cloud products, and invented an entirely new category of meeting product. With this new release of Cisco Spark Hybrid Media Services, the video conferencing market is truly reinvented.
Meltdown, Spectre, and Cisco Cloud Collaboration Security
Quick answers re: Cisco’s cloud collaboration portfolio, Meltdown and Spectre: Spark E2E encryption stores encrypted data separately from access controls, and Cisco Spark cloud only processes information in encrypted form.
Meltdown Proves that the Industry Needs a Better Answer for Protecting Cloud Content
Computer attacks can be launched by anyone, from different places on the network and across many layers in the software and hardware stack. The solution: end-to-end (e2e) encryption.