Cisco Jabber for Android provides users with Enterprise
VoIP calling and access to the corporate directory when connected to your corporate Wi-Fi network.
With Cisco Jabber for Android, you can do the following:
Place and receive VoIP calls from your corporate phone number through
Cisco Unified Communications Manager (Unified CM) using your mobile device.
Access voicemail from the Cisco Jabber for Android home screen or from the status bar if a
new message exists.
If the visual voicemail feature is enabled, you can view a list of your messages and play your messages from the list.
Authenticate your device to Unified CM using SIP Digest Authentication.
Use the native Android phone application to place work calls from
the Keypad, Logs, Favorites, or Contacts tab.
Have up to two VoIP calls (call waiting, add new call, swap between
Use many of the standard in-call features that Unified
CM provides, including hold, transfer, and conference.
Transfer an active Cisco Jabber for Android VoIP call to your mobile voice network.
Transfer an active Cisco Jabber for Android VoIP call from your device to your
Search the corporate directory.
See a message indicator for new voice messages that are
left at the office phone number.
Receive calls to your work phone number while Cisco Jabber for Android runs in the background. Cisco Jabber for Android automatically registers to Unified
CM when available.
Place and receive VoIP calls from your corporate phone number using a noncorporate Wi-Fi or the mobile data network when connected to a VPN client for secure remote access.
To enable users to connect to your corporate Wi-Fi network from a remote location, you must set up your system to support VPN. Cisco supports Cisco Jabber for Android with Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client. Although other VPN clients are not officially supported, you may be able to use Cisco Jabber for Android with other VPN clients.