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Mio is now on Cisco SolutionsPlus

December 5, 2018 Community Highlights 0 Comments

Today, we are pleased to announce Mio is now globally available on Cisco SolutionsPlus. This is an exciting step in our ongoing work with Cisco’s Global Ecosystem BD Team. This means that Cisco’s customers, channel partners and sales teams can now purchase Mio through Cisco’s Global Price List (GPL), streamlining contract ordering and commission to ...

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Mio v2 is here! Dedicated service, admin controls, & seamless UX

November 28, 2018 Highlights Mio Updates 0 Comments

We’re excited to announce Mio v2, which enables IT admins to easily configure and further customize their cross-platform messaging functionality across Slack, Microsoft Teams & Webex Teams. We’ve also re-architected our service so it runs in a dedicated environment for each customer. Even more, the end-user experience for employees has been simplified, so adoption of cross-platform ...

Jonathan Rosenberg chats with Mio

November 19, 2018 Highlights Interviews 1 Comment

We recently talked to Jonathan Rosenberg, the father of the Session Initial Protocol (SIP). SIP is the communications protocol that enables everything from video conferencing to instant messaging. In October, Jonathan stepped down from his position as VP and CTO of Collaboration at Cisco, where he set the direction for Cisco’s collaboration strategy. Jonathan’s work ...

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Enterprise Messaging News Round Up #30

October 25, 2018 Industry News 0 Comments

Microsoft revealed this week that it will be abandoning the “T-bot” application for end-user assistance. Cisco announced a wide range of upcoming updates to Cisco Webex Teams, and Slack is now available on the Super Nintendo… Let’s check out the biggest team collaboration stories from this week. Microsoft Teams kills T-Bot T-Bot was designed to ...

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Enterprise Messaging News Round Up #29

October 18, 2018 Industry News 0 Comments

Slack’s employees have revealed why the company has avoided adding end-to-end encryption to its app. Cisco celebrates Webex being back in action. Microsoft Teams has welcomed Confluence integration to their service, and Google is changing the way it’s users manage messages. Let’s take a look at the biggest stories we’ve seen so far. Slack Says ...