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In addition to the four applications offered in SBCS Release 1.4, SBCS Release 1.5 introduces three additional applications as part of the Smart Applications framework. These new productivity tools complement Cisco’s offering by extending the integration of SBCS products with small business processes and operations. Each one addresses a specific need found in almost any small business today: collaboration, mobility, integrated messaging and process streamlining.
NEW!Cisco WebEx™ PhoneConnect: Integrates the SBCS IP telephony infrastructure with Cisco WebEx web conferencing services
NEW!TimeCardView: Turns an IP phone into a punch-clock device with added features and capabilities
NEW!Single Number Reach (SNR): Provides follow-me capabilities to IP phone users (note: requires Early Adopter Release UC520-7.1.1-ea.zip)
VoiceView Express: Allows for easier and faster handling of voice messages through the IP phone screen
Email integration: Allows subscribers to have an integrated view of their emails and voicemail messages from a single email client, using Internet Mail Access Protocol (IMAP) version 4, revision 1
Live Record and Live Reply: Enable Cisco Unity® Express subscribers to record live conversations and store the recordings as messages in their mailbox and reply to other user’s messages
Video telephony: Provides video telephony capability to Cisco Unified IP Phones 7900 Series and the Cisco IP Communicator soft phone application
Video on Demand (VOD) Content
WebEx Phoneconnect combines Cisco Webex service with SBCS to allow small business users the ability to list calendar meetings and receive meeting alerts right on their IP phone and join online conferences via a Call softkey.
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Configuring WebEx PhoneConnect using CCA
Using the Phone Interface in WebEx PhoneConnect
Joining a WebEx meeting using WebEx PhoneConnect
Cisco TimeCardView is a time and attendance application that allows staff to clock in and out, track hours, send hours worked reports to themselves and download information to payroll applications from their IP phone.
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Single Number Reach
Single Number Reach (SNR) virtually eliminates missed calls by routing them to the device most convenient for the employee, improving the reachability of and ability to respond of mobile employees.
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The VoiceView Express feature allows voice-mail subscribers to browse, listen, send messages, and manage their voice mail messages from their Cisco IP phone display and soft keys. This feature is an alternative to the telephone user interface (TUI) for performing common tasks.
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Integrated Messaging on Cisco Unity Express is the convergence feature for voicemail and e-mail systems. It allows subscribers to have an integrated view of their e-mails and voice-mail messages from a single e-mail client using IMAP Version 4 rev1.
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Live Record enables UC500 users to record live conversations and store the recording as a message in their mailbox. They can then play it or forward it to another voicemail subscriber or group of subscribers.
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