Cisco Webex Edge – What is New and Exciting

Posted by Jamin Horton on Nov 29, 2018 10:04:32 AM

This year has been an excellent year for us at Stack8 in that we have been able to participate in a large number of Cisco Connect events as well as Cisco Live where we were asked to be part of the Collaboration Village. Throughout our travels, speaking with clients and the teams from Cisco, the number one subject on the minds of everyone was the Meeting Experience. 

In this article, we look at one of the solutions in the meetings experience toolbox, Cisco Webex Edge,  and discuss what is new and exciting with this technology.

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Topics: Cisco Webex, webex, webex edge

Intelligent Booking System for Webex Teams

Posted by David Perlis on Jun 7, 2018 10:21:43 AM

The proper workspace, or meeting room, is a key requirement to having productive, collaborative work sessions. Users need the right sized space; the right room features and shouldn’t struggle with the logistics of booking these spaces. 

We have all been in the situation where we are forced book a smaller room than is needed because there is nothing else available. Then as you make your way to your meeting, you walk past countless meeting rooms where half the seats are empty, any one of which could have easily used your smaller room allowing you to conduct your meeting in a suitably sized space. 

As part of its Meeting Solutions portfolio, the Stack8 team has created the Intelligent Booking System using Webex Teams, Proximity, Exchange & Graph. The Intelligent Booking System is designed to ensure optimal utilization of your meeting rooms while facilitating the process of booking them. It’s like having someone proactively overseeing your room bookings to ensure the greatest ROI on your meeting room investments.

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Topics: Cisco Webex Meetings, webex, Cisco Webex, meetings

Cisco WebEx Plugin Vulnerabilities Affecting Chrome, Firefox and Internet Explorer (CVE-2017-3823)

Posted by John Marrett on Jan 24, 2017 4:26:52 PM

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There is a severe bug in the WebEx extensions for Chrome, Firefox and Internet Explorer (CVE-2017-3823) that enables an attacker to execute arbitrary code on a machine if a user with the plugin installed visits a hostile website. A trusted website may also contain a hostile ad or XSS vulnerability that can be leveraged in this attack. This plugin is installed on approximately 10 - 20 million user machines.

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Topics: webex, chrome, firefox, CVE-2017-3823, Security

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