Welcome to my virtual office – Webex Teams and my workstreams
I started working from home more than 15 years ago. Working from home is how I work – it might not be in an office building with open planning, quiet rooms, or massage chairs, but my home office stands up to the campuses across the world where I have colleagues.
Building Bridges with Jabber 12.5
Today, we are excited to announce the release of Jabber 12.5. Our goal is to “build bridges” and provide technology that works together and delivers a consistent experience, regardless of the device or application you use.
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.
Jabber Update Improves Calling and Messaging Experience
The new Cisco Jabber 12.0 release includes several features you’ve requested, including multiline calling, Android Auto integration, Jabber bots, contacts for phone-only mode, and other enhancements.
Universal Federation in Cisco Spark: Collaborate with Anyone
For 20 years, the holy grail of IP communications was to enable any-to-any communications. Now, universal federation brings any-to-any communications to the workplace with effective security and policy capabilities.
Cisco in 2017 Gartner Unified Communications Reports
The UC market is dynamic and fast-paced, so we're pleased to see Cisco as a leader in Gartner’s 2017 Magic Quadrant based on “completeness of vision” and “ability to execute”.
Continuous collaboration means enabling teams to innovate before, during, and after meetings. Collaboration isn’t a series of discrete, unconnected events (like meetings), or one-off conversations (like phone calls), or even string of discussions in email. You have to have one continuous, robust workstream. We designed Cisco Spark for continuous collaboration.
A Lesson from Goldilocks: Messaging Security that’s “Just Right”
We all know the story of Goldilocks and her ill-fated visit to the house of the three bears. What lesson, if any, one might take away from this story is that too much of a good thing doesn’t necessarily make it the right thing. Big chairs are big, but if they’re too big, they’re not comfortable. What is true for Goldilocks – and bear with me on the analogy – is also true when considering security technologies for business. When evaluating messaging technologies, the question to think about is: What parties should have access to content, and which should not?
Fed Up with Enterprise Messaging? That’s Because Work Cannot Survive on Chat Alone
Recently there has been a lot of buzz in the news around people getting fed up with enterprise messaging applications. This began with a well written and widely read article in Medium titled, “Slack I’m Breaking Up with You.” A twitter hashtag called #slacklash started to rise in usage. Others jumped on the same bandwagon […]