For those of you who attended our live April 16 Technical Briefing, we thank you for your interest! We hope you find this list of resources helpful as you continue your education.
If you did not make it to the live breifing, you can access the replay on demand after 10:30 a.m. Pacific Time on April 16:
• Go to the Cisco Collaboration Community's Virtual Experience space: www.cisco.com/go/virtualexperience
• Select "New Cisco Video, WebEx and Unified Communications Solutions Technical Webcast" from the "Register/Watch" drop down box.
• Scroll down to register and watch.
The replay will be available starting at 10:30 a.m. Pacific Time in the same location as the live webcast (use same access instructions). You can continue to ask questions to our Cisco experts and your peers through this community. We encourage you to invite your colleagues to view and ask our experts questions.
Review and Share Introduction to Announcements
Today's technical briefing dives into features and architecture. If you don't know anything about these announcements, a good first step is to:
Watch our March 19 and 20 Announcement Webcasts to get an introduction to these announcements. Cisco leaders announce the new solutions, including a strategic overview and demonstrations. To access replay:
And then after watching the announcement webcasts, then we recommend you watch this deeper dive.
Download the Briefing Presentation and Q&A
Below, we have attached PDFs of the webcast presentation slides (broken into 2 parts) and we will post the live Webcast Q&A by Friday, April 19 end of day. We encourage you to continue to ask questions through the community forum.
Continue to Ask Questions on the Collaboration Community
The Cisco Collaboration Community is here for you to learn about using collaboration successfully in your business and to learn about collaboration technologies and solutions. Our goal is to connect you to your peers, industry experts outside Cisco, and to the Cisco product and marketing teams through live events and the community interaction features.
Note: The Cisco Collaboration Community is not a technical support community. For IT installation, implementation and debugging questions, visit the Cisco Support Community (formerly NetPro) and Cisco.com support area.
Learn More through these Key Web Resources
Cisco Web Pages
Cisco Collaboration Solutions
Learn about the entire Cisco Collaboration portfolio:
Here are some other direct links to resources from some of the speakers:
Cisco CTX Product Information - http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/ps11276/index.html
Cisco CTX API inofrmation - http://developer.cisco.com/web/ctx
Cisco HCS Product Information - http://www.cisco.com/en/US/partner/products/ps11363/index.html
Cisco Conductor DOCUMENTATION
• XC 2.0 Release notes
•Optimized Conferencing for Cisco Unified Communications Manager release notes
•XC2.0 API Guide
•XC 2.0 Virtual Machine Guide
Cisco Conductor DEPLOYMENT GUIDES
•Conductor with UCM
•Conductor with UCM clustering guide
•Conductor with VCS
•Conductor with VCS clustering guide
•Conductor and Multiway
Cisco MCU and TelePresence Server DEPLOYMENT GUIDES
•TelePresence MCU Deployment guide
•TelePresence Server Deployment guide
Cisco TMS DOCUMENTATION AND DEPLOYMENT GUIDES
•TMS 14.1 Release notes
Optimized Conferencing for Cisco Unified Communications Manager release notes
•TMS and Conductor Deployment Guide
•TMS 14.1 Administrator Guide
TMS 14.2 is released from engineering last week and is now on Cisco.com.
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