Devices for every use case.
Cisco collaboration solutions bring people together anywhere—on any device—with a single architecture for clear delivery of voice, video, and data. Whether you’re calling, creating, viewing, messaging, sharing, conferencing, or using voice or presence capabilities, you need to be able to do it from a variety of devices. From desk phone or laptop to room monitor or mobile device, the experience should be seamless.
Cisco endpoints range from IP phones to web, mobile, and desktop clients—all integrated to make it easy to switch between devices. Take users from their smartphone in their car to the devices they use in their office, home, or meeting room, with easy device handovers and full access to business calling features at each step.
Intelligent pairing of devices with users
The Cisco Webex experience offers high-resolution video and animation, shared whiteboards, and clarity of image and sound
for deeper engagement—from huddle spaces to boardrooms. Rich collaboration experiences happen when all your devices interoperate. Instant access to content fosters high-quality communication, regardless of device or location, and allows users to personalize their viewing and interaction experience.
How does instant access work? Users can automatically pair with room devices when they enter the conference room, connecting their Cisco Webex app to a Cisco Webex room device, whiteboard, or desk phone, to share and receive content, transfer calls from their smartphone or tablet to the room device, or use their smartphone or tablet to control the Cisco Webex room device. Users can even start a meeting before they get to the room, then transfer it to the room device when they arrive.
Or access can be activated when users bring mobile devices within range of select Cisco voice and video collaboration tools, allowing them to control the video system from a mobile device, view content on their mobile device, and share content from laptops using the room system monitor. Unique Cisco IP phone integration lets mobile devices—both Apple iOS and Android devices—connect to Cisco IP phones via Bluetooth.