Cisco Jabber

August 4, 2015


Cisco Receives Frost & Sullivan’s Market Leadership Award for IP Endpoint Communications

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John Chambers has often commented publicly about how Cisco’s innovation engine is on “fire.” Within Cisco’s Collaboration and Endpoint Technology Group (CETG), we certainly feel that way. I just got word that independent industry analyst firm Frost & Sullivan has awarded Cisco its 2015 Market Leadership Award for IP Endpoint Communications. The award encompasses our […]

July 27, 2015


Microsoft Lync Made Better

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Jabber supports Lync interoperability despite having to work with proprietary Microsoft protocols.

October 14, 2014


#CiscoChampion Radio S1|Ep 36. Cisco Jabber

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#CiscoChampion Radio is a podcast series by Cisco Champions as technologists. Today we’re talking with Cisco Technical Marketing Engineers Paul O’Dwyer, Bryan Morris, and Seongho Hong, about Cisco Jabber. Kim Austin (@ciscokima) moderates and Erick Bergquist and Bill Carter are this week’s Cisco Champion guest hosts. Listen to the Podcast. Learn about the Cisco Champions […]

October 2, 2014


The Evolution and Impact of Collaboration Technologies

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As I sit here on an airplane en-route to San Jose with my MacBook Pro at hand, heading to an industry-leading networking event (albeit on my own time, yes – this is officially vacation), I’ve found myself reflecting on collaboration technologies and how I’ve seen them evolve in the short 15 years I’ve been working […]

March 14, 2014


Importing contacts from WebEx Connect to IM & Presence

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Currently, WebEx Connect has no method of exporting contacts into Jabber or IM & Presence. I came up with this solution to help a couple of my users migrate their large contact lists, and thought I would share the solution with you. Let me know what you think. This method relies on the use of a perl script and […]

January 17, 2013


What Cisco Partners Need to Know About the New Release of VXI

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Partners can offer Cisco’s collaborative services, enabled by Cisco Jabber, enabling customers to select the work style most suited to their needs: mobile, fixed, and now virtual.