Category: Collaboration Devices and Services

At the Cisco WebexOne event, Cisco rolled out some exciting AI-based upgrades to Webex, suggesting more smart automation in the product’s future. Combine these newest enhancements with Cisco’s commitment to security across its ecosystem, and you’ve got a real winner. If Cisco wanted to show that it too could be one of the cool kids, mission accomplished!
Microsoft adds Teams App integration for video meetings making it easier to access third-party apps without interruption. Microsoft joins Zoom in an effort to make video collaboration and communications easier.
In this new episode of the Futurum Tech Webcast – Interview Series, Shelly Kramer sat down with Cisco’s Niraj Gopal, Director of Project Management for Webex Enterprise Security and Compliance. They explored trends in online collaboration and communications platforms, some key differentiators between platforms, how COVID-19 has changed the way we work (and live), and what’s going on in the enterprise leaders’ minds (and what they really need to know) as it relates to the security afforded by these platforms.
Companies like Cisco, Siemens, Salesforce, and HPE are among the many tech leaders driving a return to work, with safety of workers and the workplace top of mind. We explore some of those innovations in this new episode of the Futurum Tech Webcast, along with key ways the world of work will need to transform moving forward.
In this episode of the Futurum Tech Webcast, analysts Fred McClimans and Shelly Kramer explore the topic of future proofing the enterprise in ways that truly transform operations (think supply chain, data center operations, security operations and beyond) in order to make the business as a whole more resilient and more agile moving forward.
Watch out Zoom, Pexip might just be the video conferencing firm to watch in 2021 as an IPO looms. Here’s why I’m excited about that possibility.
What should companies be thinking about in their efforts to continue marketing and driving business during this time where traditional events and face-to-face meetings are impossible?
Zoombombing is but one of the security concerns that Zoom is dealing with right now, as a lawsuit is filed in California citing a violation of the CCPA and the NY Attorney General is asking some tough questions about the company’s security practices. Zoom shares have skyrocketed since the beginning of the year and I am thrilled by their success. The path forward, however, relies on security. If the company is going to retain a customer base, especially that oh-so-valuable paid customer base that is what really allows companies to deliver shareholder value, then a proactive security first mindset is going to have to be the mantra they embrace and lead with. We’ll all be watching, and hoping they get this right.
Zoomtopia is the annual gathering of Zoom, their partners, and passionate user base that gives everyone a roadmap to to where the video conferencing platform is headed. Here's why you should definitely go.