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Implementing the Cisco Collaboration Framework

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

Cisco on Cisco Implementing the. Cisco Collaboration. a Collaboration Framework Creating a Collaborative Enterprise Cisco on Cisco Implementing the. Cisco Collaboration. Creating a Collaborative Enterprise | © 2009 Cisco Systems, Inc. During the past 8 years, Cisco has been. We hope that the Cisco® Collaboration. At Cisco, we have identified collaboration - and social networking. Foreword Cisco on Cisco Implementing the.

Collaboration Scenarios (April 6, 2010)

Michael Sampson - Currents

Cisco also released an iPad app, called Cisco WebEx Meeting Center. It is free, and supports the use of voice-over-IP. Okay, so this is an idea. re-orienting what I've historically done about new products and services in line with common collaborative processes. I'm not promising to do this again, or regularly. I'm just experimenting. Comments welcome. I'll have to re-think this layout though. it's hard to scan. Managing a Project.

News Updates (November 17, 2009)

Michael Sampson - Currents

Recent announcements by Cisco (the TANDBERG acquisition attempt) and Logitech (the LifeSize acquisition), point to the mainstreaming of video conferencing. " Cisco has helped increase visibility for videoconferencing by heavily promoting its TelePresence technology, recently in a self-mocking product placement on NBC's 30 Rock. Cisco may be planning a $5000 or less TelePresence offering for individuals; to be announced in January. View the Cisco 30 Rock video.

Collaborative Thinking: Novell Acquires SiteScape - Will It Make A Difference?

Collaborative Thinking

The only tactics I can see here to turn things around would be: Novell aggressively pushes the SaaS aspects of SiteScape ( WebWorkZone ) Novell becomes very clear on the roadmap for Groupwise / SiteScape alignment and/or convergence Novell partners with someone in need of collaboration technology (my best guess would be perhaps Cisco and its WebEx Connect efforts) Novell develops a consumer/SoHo/small business angle here similar to other hosted offerings such as Basecamp , Huddle , etc.