Cisco introduced its latest offerings at the Enterprise Connect trade show, including Telepresence and Jabber for iPad and Windows.
As the demand to be able to work and communicate in any given circumstance grows, so does the need for new technology to make this process successful and less stressful.
Cisco extended the Jabber platform, releasing versions for both the iPad and Windows Desktops. Jabber uses high definition video, voice, presence, IM, desktop sharing, conferencing and visual voicemail. The platform is already available for Android, iOS, Mac, BlackBerry and Cisco Cius tablets.
A new Telepresence series was also introduced. The TX9000 is an immersive three screen platform, which integrates with Cisco WebEx and other collaboration tools.
The company revealed that numerous customers and clients use visual collaboration to increase productivity and release employees to work on their own terms. Industries such as healthcare, financial services and oil and gas, are making use of Cisco's platforms.
Cisco's latest Visual Networking Index predicts that, globally, 3 trillion minutes or 6 million years of video will cross the Internet each month in 2015. By 2016, 71 percent of all mobile data traffic will be video.