document provides an overview of the
Systems. It describes the Cisco Collaboration Systems approach, lists
the main features of Cisco Collaboration components, and illustrates the
various Cisco Collaboration Systems deployment models.
From Release 10.0
onward, Cisco Unified Communications System is rebranded to Cisco Collaboration
Systems to better reflect the Collaboration products included in the solution.
Collaboration System offers many features and solutions that allow people to
collaborate effectively. It offers a coherent experience that connects people
with people in familiar, intuitive, natural, simple ways using any media or
device, at any time, while integrated with business processes. This integrated
collaboration architecture with a converged voice, video and data network
includes many products from Cisco’s Collaboration portfolio.
Enterprise, mid-market or small and medium businesses can implement
various system deployment models such as single site, multiple sites or cloud.
Cisco Collaboration Systems Release 10.0(1) is backwards compatible with both
Unified Communications System Release 9.0(1) and 8.6(1).
Highlights of the
Cisco Collaboration Systems Release 10.0(1) include:
boundaries — With
Cisco Collaboration Edge Architecture, remote and
mobile experience is consistent both inside and outside the network. It
provides secure business to business and consumer to business communication and
Collaboration System Release 10.0(1) currently supports the Collaboration Edge infrastructure that you will be able to utilize when Collaboration Edge-enabled endpoints and clients become available in early 2014.
Cisco Video Conferencing enables best in class conferencing across the enterprise and enables integration with WebEx cloud services. Cisco's Pervasive Conferencing solutions offer easy to use, affordable, any-to-any multiparty video conferencing. Cisco TelePresence Server and Cisco TelePresence Conductor, key elements in Cisco’s Pervasive Conferencing solutions, provide high quality video collaboration throughout the enterprise.
Unified management —
Cisco Prime Collaboration, single sign-on
capability for system administrators simplifies network and license management
of multiple Cisco Collaboration products.