Bring Cisco WebEx conferencing into your company's private cloud for a cost-effective, highly secure, high-availability and flexible collaboration and communications solution. Meet your organization's requirements for on-premises conferencing, and deliver the same user experience that has made Cisco WebEx a market-leading software-as-a-service (SaaS) conferencing solution.
Cisco WebEx Meetings Server - a cost-effective, secure, and flexible collaboration and communications solution for your private cloud. (8:15 min)
Cisco WebEx Meetings Server is a highly secure, high-availability, fully virtualized, behind-the-firewall conferencing solution that combines audio, video, and web conferencing in a single solution. With Cisco WebEx Meetings Server, you can respond to organizational requirements for higher productivity, employee-led innovation, support for more flexible work styles, and dynamic collaboration.
With Joint Interoperability Test Command (JITC) Certification, Cisco WebEx Meetings Server also helps you comply with strict security or data privacy requirements, and support locations where Internet access is regulated or restricted. It also allows you to manage your conferencing solution as a capital expenditure instead of an operational expenditure.
Cisco WebEx Meetings Server is optimized for the bring-your-own-device (BYOD) enterprise, so users can sign in more securely, host, and join meetings from mobile devices or Internet-connected PCs without requiring VPN access to the corporate network.
With Cisco WebEx Meetings Server, you can:
Cisco WebEx Meetings Server is a virtualized, software-based solution that runs on Cisco UCS x86 Servers and VMware. The solution uses virtual appliance technology for rapid deployment of services to users. There are two options for helping users to securely access WebEx conferences without going through a VPN:
In addition, simple port forwarding on Ports 80 (HTTP) and 443 (SSL) is then used to minimize the number of ports that need to be opened in your external and internal firewalls. And backend servers integrate with Cisco Unified Communications Manager (UCM) for high-quality teleconferencing.