This document explains the various deployment modes for Cisco Jabber.
Cisco Jabber Modes of deployment
On-Premises Deployment An on-premises deployment is one in which you set up, manage, and maintain all services on your corporate network.
You can deploy Cisco Jabber in the following modes:
IM-Only—To deploy IM-only mode, enable instant messaging and presence capabilities. Do not provision users with devices. Phone Mode—In Phone mode, the user's primary authentication is to Cisco Unified Communications Manager. To deploy phone mode, provision users with devices for audio and video capabilities. You can also provision users with additional services such as voicemail. Full UC—To deploy full UC mode, enable instant messaging and presence capabilities, provision voicemail and conferencing capabilities, and provision users with devices for audio and video.
Jabber IM-only Mode
Cisco Jabber ‘IM-Only’ Mode Features
Core IM and Presence
Rich UC Presence
Desk Phone Control
Jabber Phone Mode
Phone mode allows Jabber for Windows to be deployed without Instant messaging and Presence.
Jabber will register directly with UC Manager.
Call history, Voicemail, WebEx Meetings and Outlook meetings integration and custom tab features are also available.
Contacts are not supported in Phone Mode
Full directory search available
Administrator can chose mode of operation at install time
Cisco Jabber Full UC mode
Jabber for Windows is a rich communication and collaboration client.
Highly productive toolset.
User Interface and experience crafted to be highly intuitive.
Standards based Interoperability.
Softphone and Desk phone are the two operating modes available on Full UC mode.
Jabber on Virtual Environment
Cisco Jabber can be used in virtualisation environments - IM Mode - Phone Mode (with VXME) - Full UC (with VXME)
The following features are supported in a virtual environment:
Instant messaging and presence with other Cisco Jabber clients
Desk phone control
Presence integration with Microsoft Outlook 2007, 2010 and 2013
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