Cisco Systems’ Webex platform quickly emerged as one of the leading videoconferencing and collaboration offerings for businesses all over the globe when the COVID-19 pandemic changed life for millions of workers. Despite being a leader, the company has continued to build out and improve the Webex platform with more than 1,000 new features, capabilities and device options to match employees’ needs, regardless of whether they are returning to the office, working from home or something in between.
According to a recent Cisco study, video users of Webex collaboration devices reported 30 percent fewer frustrations and video fatigue than solely relying on a laptop for their meetings. To that end, Cisco introduced a handful of new Webex devices and features last month. The company has proved time and time again that it‘s not resting on its collaboration laurels, and just one month later Cisco has two new devices it’s bringing to market.
Hybrid work is clearly here to stay, and employees are relying on many applications to get their work done. That’s why Cisco is adding more integration to its Webex suite, this time between Webex Webinars and Salesforce and Oracle Eloqua. For administrators, Cisco is adding more visibility and help with problem-solving in the form of Control Hub as a Coach and integrations with ThousandEyes.
From Webex Calling updates, to new devices and integration, here are the updates to the Cisco Webex platform that were introduced at Cisco Live 2022.