Five Steps for Successfully Bringing Videoconferencing to the Huddle Space
Nemertes’ “Visual Communications and Collaboration: 2018-19 Research Study” gathered data on videoconferencing strategies for over five hundred end-user organizations. Here are five ways to ensure that your huddle room is a successful part of your overall videoconferencing strategy, and not a second-class collaboration citizen.
Cisco Solutions Shine at BottleRock Napa Valley
When you hold a summer music festival less than 100 miles outside of Silicon Valley, expectations are high for a technologically-rich experience. Cisco at BottleRock Napa Valley.
Collaborate for better care
Collaboration is changing the face of healthcare, enabling agile strategies like telemedicine, remote monitoring, care-team communication, and specialist engagement. When clinicians and patients can collaborate—seamlessly and securely—they can break through traditional barriers to care and innovation. Cisco collaboration solutions foster a streamlined, adaptable healthcare environment, empowering care teams, researchers, and patients to work together safely—on […]
Cisco Spark Video Systems Are Ahead of Schedule
We’re way ahead of schedule. We now expect Spark registration this summer for our DX70 and DX80 desktop endpoints, MX Series, and the remainder of our SX Series room-based video systems.
What?! WebEx has Video?
I used to hate meetings. But we all know meetings are critical to running a business. They are basically the operating engine of a company. Meetings are just how people get work done… even though they are often boring and occasionally painful. Which is why I love WebEx. With WebEx, meetings are better: simpler, easier […]
#CiscoPublicSafety Series: Fire Departments Improve Training with Telepresence
There are roughly 10,000 firefighters in Los Angeles County who are responsible for the lives of 9.8 million residents. Getting the proper training for all of the fire departments in the county is of the utmost importance in order to maintain a safe community. Training difficulties Mandatory classes for all L.A. County firefighters are held […]
Bringing Back Music Education to Our Schools
While many are arguing the existence of a comeback in liberal arts education, too many public schools are seeing a decline in arts education due to budget and resource cuts. The benefits of music and arts education are well documented, but we continue to see schools losing music programs. Unfortunately, cutting music programs in public […]
Day 2 of Educause 2013: Videoconferencing, Engagement and the Student Experience
Day 2 of Educause 2013 has been both information-filled and somewhat fascinating. During the general session this morning, author and renowned game designer, Jane McGonigal, shared some intriguing facts about the power of gaming in higher education. A few facts she shared that I found especially interesting included – 71% of employees are not engaged […]
Innovation is Standard at Idaho Education Network
For the last four or five years, I’ve watched as the Idaho Education Network (IEN) has implemented and reaped the benefits from their distance education program and use of video conferencing, or telepresence. To this day, they continue to improve on success, and during a session at ISTE 2013 last week, Brady Kraft and his […]