Use contextual communications to get answers and make decisions faster. Cisco Jabber™ provides a single interface across presence, instant messaging (IM), voice, video, voice messaging, desktop sharing and conferencing. Find the right person or persons, see if and how they are available, and collaborate using your preferred method.
Access a rich collaboration experience from anywhere. You get a consistent, compelling experience across PCs, Macs, tablets, and smartphones. Choose when, where, how, and on what device to communicate.
Deliver highly secure, clear, and reliable communications. Cisco Jabber takes advantage of intelligence in Cisco networks and Cisco Unified Communications Manager.
Get a consistent experience across deployment options. Deploy on premises or in a public or private cloud, and provide superior end-user capabilities.
Interoperable within and between organizations. Cisco Jabber uses industry standards, such as Extensible Messaging and Presence Protocol (XMPP) to enable interoperability within and between organizations
Integrated with Microsoft Office. View user status information and click to communicate directly from Microsoft applications.
The Cisco Jabber family builds upon and includes Cisco Unified Personal Communicator, Cisco Mobile, and WebEx Connect.
- Presence: User status information is generated from multiple sources and published to multiple clients
- Instant messaging: Quickly communicate with individuals and teams
- Video: High-definition industry standard (H.264) video. Build trust across distributed teams. Interoperate with all your video solutions.
- Voice: Get high-quality audio, single-number reach, and call management capabilities across all devices, and VoWiFi mobile clients,
- Conferencing: Use desktop sharing and WebEx Meetings for ad-hoc and prearranged audio, web, and video conferences.
- Mobility: Access highly secure capabilities from Cisco Cius, iPhone, iPad, Android, BlackBerry, and Nokia devices
- Unified messaging: View and manage voice messages from desktop and mobile phones, Outlook, and browsers.