Delivering Collaboration to More Workspaces

March 31, 2009 - 0 Comments

By Kara Wilson, vice president of collaboration, CiscoToday at VoiceCon we are continuing to fulfill our vision of the unified workspace — where customers can connect, communicate and collaborate with any device, any operating system, any network, anywhere, with anyone — with the introduction of new Cisco TelePresence systems and applications and new interoperability and integration across the Cisco Collaboration portfolio and with third party applications and devices. If you’re attending VoiceCon in Orlando this week, I invite you come by and record yourself in high definition using the new TelePresence Recording Studio and check out the new TelePresence 1300 system for any meeting room in any sized business. This is the system that will move the immersive, rich TelePresence experience out of the board room and into businesses and branch offices of all sizes. We’re also showing Cisco UC Integration for Cisco WebEx Connect and Microsoft Office Communicator for seamless, native collaboration with Cisco UC. As Fredric Paul of Bmighty points out in his recent news coverage, “you could use MOC for presence and IM, for example, but also use Cisco call control with Unified Communications Manager.”And we’re demonstrating another way to use your iPhone for Collaboration with the new Mobile Supervisor for contact center managers, so they can stay connected to their agents and reports even while on the go. If you can’t make it to Orlando to see how our Collaboration solutions are making it possible for you use an open, extensive architecture to leverage people, content, and technology within and across organizations, be sure to stop by virtually and tell us what you think.And don’t forget to join the conversation on the new Collaboration Community.

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