Security and Collaboration

Chief Security Officers are being flummoxed by new Collaboration Tools because they’re not doing their homework. … More Security and Collaboration

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Cisco passes Microsoft in the 2012 Magic Quadrant for Unified Communications

As I warned in a post months back, “Watch out, Lync: there is a new kid on the block!”: Cisco has passed Microsoft in both “Ability to execute” and “Completeness of Vision” in the new Magic Quadrant for Unified Communications…. for whatever thats worth in your opinion 🙂 Read all about it, and view the … More Cisco passes Microsoft in the 2012 Magic Quadrant for Unified Communications

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Watch out, Lync! There is a new kid on the block

This week has been a busy one at within the Cisco Collaboration space and a week that should have most Microsoft buyers stop in their tracks and take notice. The problem: In the latest permutation of the Microsoft Core Client Access License Suite (Core Cal Suite) Microsoft essentially added Lync Standard and upped the price … More Watch out, Lync! There is a new kid on the block

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Cisco Video: Example of an EX90 + Movi Softclient + Telepresence + Cius

I am currently on this call…. I promise I am paying attention. I thought I would upload some pictures I took with my Nikon of the videoconference. This conference has a person on a soft client (Cisco Movi), several folks in full Telepresence rooms, two of Cisco EX90 endpoints and myself on a WiFi Cisco … More Cisco Video: Example of an EX90 + Movi Softclient + Telepresence + Cius

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Delivering on Collaboration and UC: Geolocation

Its all about location, location, location… I found that Geolocation was one of the more compelling aspects of our mashup. ts is simply easier for a user to find a resource on a map rather that to try figure out whether a resource listed in “Torrance, CA” is anywhere near the location “El Gato, CA”. … More Delivering on Collaboration and UC: Geolocation

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