Cisco Systems is rolling out a series of new services and capabilities enabling enterprise users to link their personal mobile devices with on-premise workplace products to boost collaborative possibilities.
Close to 90 percent of Americans want proprietary walls between video-calling systems broken down, enabling interoperability among different systems.
Unified communications services provider FuzeBox Inc.raised a $20 million Series A round from venture sources, the company announced Thursday.
Cisco Systems Inc., hoping to thwart networking-patent litigation against a handful of its marquee customers, recently filed a lawsuit against the Canada IT research organization Alberta Telecommunications Research Centre, which has aserted patent claims related to a pair of Cisco product lines.
Cisco Systems has rebranded its former Cisco Quad social collaboration platform as Cisco WebEx Social, merging it into the WebEx family of products as it simultaneously takes the platform to the cloud.
Cisco Systems has finally climbed aboard the software defined networking bandwagon, though it is not following the OpenFlow path that several other companies have adopted.
It may not come as much of a surprise, but the organization behind the World IPv6 Launch has declared the global event a success during which problems were minimal, as many Web sites, ISPs and home router vendors went live with permanent support for IPv6.
Mobile videoconferencing product announcements have been on the upswing lately, even with evidence the overall enterprise videoconferencing market has been softening. Polycom (Nasdaq: PLCM) earlier
The European economic crisis was a main culprit in a sequential slide in the global enterprise router market between the fourth quarter of 2011 and the first quarter of 2012, according to new report
Cisco Systems (Nasdaq: CSCO) has ended its efforts to produce a tablet PC designed for the enterprise, announcing that it will no longer offer the Cius device it had seemed so intensely focused on