Was ist Cisco Jabber?
Web-Conferencing-Tool, das Unternehmen mit Instant Messaging, Sprach- und Videoanrufen, Voice Messaging, Desktop Sharing und Conferencing unterstützt. Die Lösung wurde für mittelständische bis große Unternehmen in den Bereichen Beratung, Finanzen, Gesundheitswesen und anderen Branchen entwickelt und ist ein Web-Conferencing-Tool, das Team-Messaging, Remote-Kollaboration und mehr bietet.
Wer verwendet Cisco Jabber?
Nicht vom Anbieter bereitgestellt
Wo kann Cisco Jabber bereitgestellt werden?
Cloud, SaaS, webbasiert, Mac (Desktop), Windows (Desktop), Windows (On-Premise), Linux (On-Premise), Android (mobil), iPhone (mobil), iPad (mobil)
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- Bildschirm teilen
- Elektronische Abstimmung
- Mobiler Zugriff
- Zwei-Wege-Audio und -Video
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Bewertungen über Cisco Jabber
The best unified communications application
Kommentare: My experience with Jabber is excellent, no matter where I am, I always have my extension at my fingertips and so I can make or receive calls as if I were in the office. I can also listen to voicemails or access virtual meetings from the same application. This application definitely helps the mobility of people keeping them always connected.
Cisco Jabber is an all-in-one application, it gives you the possibility of having your extension on your computer, cell phone or tablet, being able to send messages to your colleagues, share documents, screens, access voicemail or even video conferencing rooms. What more could you want?
There is not much to mention here, with the change of look and feel that they are doing in the new version, the user experience will be similar to Webex Teams and this helps the adoption of the solution. Perhaps the only point to mention is that for some cell phones, the application makes them a little slower than normal.
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Where did Jabber go?
Kommentare: When we used Cisco Jabber, it satisfied our business needs with ease 7 years ago, but with licensing moving to the cloud, it makes the overall solution expansive without giving much value back
Cisco Jabber brought great chat and video capability to the PBX platform with little difficulty to deploy it into the environment
With everything moving to the cloud, WebEx software is taking over the software adding unnecessary bloatware into the simple environment
Unreliable as a phone system
The ability to see statuses of those you need to contact. The ability to create groups. Conversation history.
All of the pros are great -- when they work. Jabber replaced our physical phone system and it's glitchy, deletes information when it feels like it (like saved groups, conversation history, etc.). Its integration with calendar systems is unreliable. And worst of all as an internet-based phone system, there is often a lag and/or audio quality issues that have no discernible cause and are rarely resolved without time consuming explorations.
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Useful and easy to use
Kommentare: Jabber has allowed our engineering team to stay in close contact during the pandemic so we can discuss solutions to problems and plan accordingly. In addition, our help desk started using it during the pandemic to discuss problems with the engineers, and request assistance or pass on a particularly difficult issue. We found jabber useful before the pandemic, and during it truly proved it’s worth.
Jabber is simple for end users to use, yet robust enough for IT professionals to use as well. I like the ability to personalize my offline notice. It is easy to have jabber set up on a mobile device as well as your computer, and both seem to work equally well. The ability to private message is very useful, and the fact that Jabber saves the conversations is very handy as well.
Sometimes messages sent on mobile do not show up on the computer. It is still saved on the mobile device, but it occasionally causes confusion.
No more Desk phones!!
This is a part of the evolution where we shift from physical phone sets to software based phone lines. You no longer need to buy the physical phone which will save you some cost and space on your office/home office desk. You can carry your phone line on your mobile with its mobile application. Also, the voicemail forwarding to your email is a great option if you have missed a call.
The software upgrades for the desktop client can sometimes be an issue. They could've made it easier to administer which currently is not the case for beginners.