Mark Royle

No Longer with Cisco

Mark is a Senior Manager on the Collaboration Infrastructure team, marketing Cisco’s core unified communications and collaboration infrastructure solutions. Mark has been with Cisco since 2006 and has worked on various unified communications solutions, including network management, call control, session management, hosted collaboration, virtualized servers, and video infrastructure.

Prior to joining Cisco, worked in various marketing and business development roles at Siemens and Adobe. Mark has a B.S. degree in Finance and a Masters degree in Marketing.


June 28, 2016


Improving Premises-based Collaboration while Embracing Cloud

2 min read

Regardless of where you are in adopting collaboration technologies, we’re focused on delivering what works best for your needs. Cisco Collaboration Systems Release 11.5 is evidence of that constant evolution. It delivers many new and improved features in three areas: Security and Compliance, Administrator and User Experience, and Extended Collaboration.

June 2, 2015


Collaboration System Release 11.0: Experience, Simplicity, Ubiquity

3 min read

When we talk to customers about collaboration and communication, we ask how they work today. Then we ask how they’d like to work in the future – and what tools and capabilities they want. Sometimes the things they want are simple, sometimes they’re more complex. But we take them all seriously – and we take […]

May 18, 2015


The Collaboration Zone (or Communication Manager Grows Up)

1 min read

Imagine if you will, a company hosting its first-ever global sales meeting – online. Virtually connecting 140 salespeople in 12 countries and as many time zones. It could have been a nightmare, but the meeting went off without a hitch. How? Well, let’s start with Cisco Unified Communications Manager (Unified CM). Yes, the Cisco IP […]