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Cisco Spark is now Webex Teams

Cisco Spark is now Webex Teams for simpler collaboration

Until recently, Spark was Cisco’s prime video conferencing and collaboration solution for work teams looking for a flexible platform for messaging, audio conferencing, content sharing, and video calling. However, recently, the enterprise communication giant merged two of its most popular collaboration tools. In an attempt to streamline its service offerings, Cisco will be merging Spark...
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Debunking Video Conferencing Myths

In the last few years, video conferencing and calling technology has changed almost beyond recognition. During this transition, much of the misconceptions associated with legacy systems are still associated with newer cloud-based video conferencing systems. If your business looking to deploy video conferencing across your organization you may stumble across some common misconceptions or just...
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Cisco Digital Media Signage

Case Study: Combining voice, video and data for Unified Communication

Melbourne Airport, also known as Tullamarine Airport, is the second busiest airport in Australia. It was opened in 1970 to replace the nearby Essendon Airport. Melbourne Airport is the sole international airport of the four airports serving the Melbourne metropolitan area. The airport is like a city unto itself and has its own postcode. Melbourne...
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First Look: Boardroom and VC rooms with multi-person Skype-support

Have a peek at some photos from an ongoing project for one of our financial services client. We’re working on 1 High-End Boardroom with Video Conferencing and 4 Meeting rooms which are equipped for extensive collaboration with overseas counterparts and for training programs. Lighting and AV management in these rooms is made possible via an...
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The Actis Integration and AV Blog is a forum for sharing tips, insights, news, solutions and experiences with people and businesses who are undertaking different types of integration projects in India. It covers topics like Professional AV, lighting, energy management, video collaboration, unified communications, presentations, network AV and environment control.

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