About Cisco Show and Share
Cisco Show and Share is a webcasting and video sharing application that helps organizations create secure video communities to share ideas and expertise, optimize global video collaboration, and personalize the connection between customers, employees and students with user-generated content.
Cisco Show and Share provides the ability to create live and on-demand video content and define who can watch specific content. It offers viewer collaboration tools such as commenting, rating, and word tagging. It also provides comprehensive access reporting. Cisco Show and Share is a secured social network for collaboration, communication, learning, and pleasure — unlimited by time and place. People use Cisco Show and Share to improve information, communities, themselves, and each other.
As a Cisco Show and Share administrator, you set the system-wide preferences and settings, assign user roles, integrate other devices with Cisco Show and Share, manage content, and generate system-wide reports.
This change history contains only those updates that apply to Cisco Show and Share administrators. For the complete list of changes in Release 5.6, see the Release Notes on Cisco.com.
New in Release 5.6
Video download—You can globally enable or disable video download for video authors. When enabled, video authors can download any video that they have uploaded to Cisco Show and Share. You can also globally enable or disable video download for all Cisco Show and Share users. When enabled, users can download a video based on the publishing policy set by the video author.
Refresh speaker cache—You can use the Refresh Cache button to manually update the local user database cache after synchronizing the LDAP server. The speaker cache automatically refreshes daily at 12:00 AM.
For information about changes in earlier Cisco Show and Share releases, see the Administrator Guide for the specific release on Cisco.com.
Obtaining Documentation and Submitting a Service Request
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