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Comprehensive and Interactive Collaboration

Cisco unified communications applications provide a comprehensive and contextual environment that puts people, not technology, at the center of collaboration.

You can use this industry-leading platform and its productivity tools from any location on any device. Accelerate innovation and improve decision making by:

  • Helping users communicate more securely and effectively inside and outside your organization
  • Connecting email, instant messaging, conferencing, presence, voice services, and voicemail
  • Providing the same tools and integrated collaborative experience across devices

This device-independent approach can be deployed on a PC, iPhone or iPad, Android smartphone, or other device.

The Cisco Collaboration Architecture defines a set of core collaboration services that you can use for your specific IT roadmap. With its flexible consumption models, you can deploy solutions as a combination of on-premises and cloud-based services that scale as required.

The applications in the Cisco Collaboration portfolio are based on this open, interoperable architecture. They help enable a broad range of solutions that match your current and future business needs and priorities.

At a Glance

Reliable and highly secure collaboration solutions from Cisco can help you address today’s business challenges and build a competitive advantage.

Cisco unified communications applications provide a consistent experience throughout the workday as users move among:

  • Desktop and laptop computers
  • Tablets
  • Mobile devices

Applications such as Cisco Jabber and Cisco WebEx solutions have platform-specific coding for different operating systems, including:

  • Android
  • Apple iOS
  • Microsoft Windows
  • RIM BlackBerry

With the open APIs, you can integrate Cisco products with web-based and third-party applications such as:

  • Email
  • Enterprise resource planning (ERP)
  • CRM (including Microsoft Outlook and Salesforce.com)

Users get direct access to instant messaging, presence, desktop sharing, and video capabilities from within their primary applications.