How to Enable Push Notifications for Jabber iOS Platform

Posted by Eric Losier on Mar 15, 2018 11:02:27 AM

 

In a previous blog post, we highlighted the changes that Apple would make to the iOS notification architecture that would affect many iOS applications including Jabber. In this article, we will show you how to enable push notifications for Jabber iOS Platform.

Push Notifications are required both for Cisco Jabber for iPhone and iPad clients that connect from within the enterprise network as well as for clients that register to an on-premise deployment via Expressway's Mobile and Remote Access (MRA) feature. 

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Topics: Jabber, Cisco Unified Communications Manager, cisco jabber, iOS, Apple, push notifications

Automatic Bulk Deprovisioning of Users in CUCM and Unity

Posted by Benoit Desnoyers on Feb 22, 2018 9:53:02 AM

Hi, I'm Benoit, one of the new guys on Stack8's Incident Management team. Our team is always looking for new ways to improve our process in an effort to make things better and easier for our customers. Today I will explain how we leveraged the SMACS API to automate deprovisioning requests in Cisco CUCM and Unity. 

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Topics: CUCM, Provisioning, SMACS, Cisco CUCM, user provisioning

Stack8 Recognized for Excellence in Managed UC and Network Services

Posted by Stack8 Marketing on Feb 20, 2018 10:49:19 AM

Stack8 named in the Pioneer 250 category on CRN’s 2018 Managed Service Provider 500 list 

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Topics: UC managed Services, #stack8, CRN MSP 500

Smart Licensing for CSR1000v Virtual Routers

Posted by Eric Losier on Feb 14, 2018 9:42:51 AM

 

Although reading long documents and procedures on Cisco.com is always fun (!), we thought we could sum up the configuration of Smart Licensing on a Cisco CSR1000v virtual router in a quick blog post for those of us who simply need to “get things done.” 

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Topics: Cisco Smart Licensing, CSR1000v, virtual server

Enumerating Cisco ASA systems affected by CVE-2018-0101 using Shodan

Posted by John Marrett on Feb 5, 2018 1:43:57 PM

By now you've almost certainly heard about CVE-2018-0101, an unauthenticated, remote code execution vulnerability affecting Cisco ASAs. If you haven't, you should start planning to apply the update immediately to the ASAs in your environment. This vulnerability affects all ASAs that are configured to handle AnyConnect or clientless VPN connections. Some initial discussion in the security groups suggested that only clientless VPN was affected however this is not the case.

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Topics: CVE-2018-0101, Shodan, ASA

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