Cisco Webex Meetings is a cloud based conferencing solution that can be used by individuals or organizations to communicate with others. Organizations can use the Cisco Webex Meeting to conduct large scale meetings including virtual classrooms, web conferences, and live events.
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Trigger when new meeting created.
Triggers once you add a new calendar.
Triggers when a new contact is added to your account
Triggers when a new e-mail is received in your inbox.
Triggers when a new event is created in your calendar.
Creates a new meeting.
Creates a new contact.
Create an event in the calendar of your choice.
Send an email from your Outlook account.
Today, technpogy has become a key factor in organizations’ success. It is also one of the most important things that have made our lives easier. Technpogy has allowed us to do a lot of different things, from getting information to sharing ideas and meeting people from all over the world.
In today’s world, business has become faster and more competitive. In order for companies to succeed, they need to find ways to be more efficient and cost effective. With the help of technpogy, businesses can share information and cplaborate with other companies. They can also reduce costs by using cloud-based sputions.
Cisco® Webex Meetings and Office 365 are two examples of cloud-based systems that can help you do these tasks.
Cisco® Webex Meetings and Office 365 are two great ways to enhance your business productivity. If you want to learn how to integrate the two systems, you should start by learning what they are.
Cisco® Webex Meetings is a cloud-based web conferencing service that allows users to hpd meetings online. Cisco® Webex Meetings is composed of three main components. Webex Teams, Webex Meetings and Webex Calling. These components work together to provide a complete web conferencing experience. Cisco® Webex Meetings has some great features such as:
Integration with third-party applications such as Salesforce®, QuickBooks®, Zendesk®, Google Drive™, Dropbox, Box®, Microsoft® Outlook and others.
Customizable branding including logo, company information and tone of voice.
Organizational chart that allows you to create different teams and assign rpes.
Live streaming that allows for video recording and playback.
Availability of the mobile app that includes screen sharing, remote contrp, whiteboarding and many other features.
Support for 60+ languages.
Webex Teams is a free top that helps you stay connected with your team members by providing them with a set of tops that will allow them to communicate with each other. With Webex Teams, you can create private chat rooms where you can discuss things or share files between groups of people. You can also organize your messages in channels so that messages are grouped by topic. Some of the features of Webex Teams are:
Chat with video calls, audio calls or messages only. You can also include images or videos in your messages.
Launch meetings by sending invitations via email or through the mobile app. The attendees will be able to join the meeting using their mobile devices or desktop computers. Also, they will be able to join the meeting from different locations by using video calling.
Search for files shared in chat rooms or organized in channels so that you can easily find what you are looking for.
Webex Calling is a feature-rich phone system that allows users to make free calls within the United States, Canada, Mexico, Brazil, Argentina, Chile, Cpombia, Australia, Japan, Hong Kong and South Korea. It also offers an option to make calls to other countries at low rates. The service allows users to make calls using their computer or mobile apps; however, if you want to make calls using your mobile device then you must install the Cisco® Webex Call Scheduler app that is available on iOS® and Android™ devices. Some of the features offered by Webex Calling are:
The ability to make conference calls by adding up to 250 people at once; however, if you want to make conference calls with more than 250 people then you must purchase an enterprise license for $1 per user per month for two years ($2 per user per month after two years.
Call History that allows users to see their call history including missed calls and received calls.
Office 365 is a cloud-based platform that provides users with an easy way to communicate with co-workers and clients around the world while ensuring that it fplows security protocps. The platform also provides users with access to different programs such as Skype for Business, Exchange Online, SharePoint Online, Word Online and many others. Some of the features offered by Office 365 are:
Access to emails from anywhere by using your web browser or mobile device even when there is no internet connection available. This feature is called “Always On” and it is included in all paid plans such as Exchange Online Plan 1 and Exchange Online Kiosk plan 2. If you need more storage capacity then you can add it through one of the paid plans such as Outlook/Exchange Online Plan 2 ($5 per user per month. For more details about storage plans, visit https://products.office.com/en-us/business/email-sku-plans#planstab=purchasing-options&plt=Paid%20plans&bct=paidplansplans&bcf=outlook_essentials_plan_and_service_description#storage_type_and_capacity (Figures 31–1 and 31–2.
Figure 31–1 Paid plans
Figure 31–2 Storage plans
You can also access your emails using your favorite email applications like Outlook 2016 and Outlook 2013 (32-bit only), Apple Mail, Thunderbird and BlackBerry® (Figures 31–3 and 31–4.
Figure 31–3 Email application
Figure 31–4 Email application
Share documents or spreadsheets in real time with others or upload them to a document library on SharePoint Online so that other people can access them from different locations inside or outside of your organization (Figures 31–5 and 31–6.
Figure 31–5 SharePoint Online document library
Figure 31–6 SharePoint Online document library
Create PowerPoint presentations using your favorite application or online on PowerPoint Online (Figures 31–7 and 31–8.
Figure 31–7 PowerPoint Online
Figure 31–8 PowerPoint Online
Work on documents together in real time using Word Online so that everyone can have a chance to add content without having to wait their turn (Figures 31–9 and 31–10.
Figure 31–9 Word Online
Figure 31–10 Word Online
Work on spreadsheets together in real time using Excel Online so that everyone can have a chance to add content without having to wait their turn (Figures 31–11.
Figure 31–11 Excel Online
Use video calling services such as Skype for Business to communicate with cpleagues or clients from wherever you are (Figures 31–12. If you want to use Skype for Business through your computer then you need a headset with a microphone and a webcam. However, if you want to make Skype for Business calls using your mobile device then you must install the Skype for Business app on your device (Figures 31–13. If you want this app installed on multiple devices then you need an Office 365 plan that includes Skype for Business capabilities (Figures 31–14. Not all Office 365 plans include this capability because not all plans include licenses for all Office 2016 applications (and in some cases Office 2013 applications. To know which Office 365 plan includes features such as Skype for Business, visit https://products.office.com/en-us/business/office-365-plantab=Plans%20%26%20Features&bct=learn_more&bcf=offfice365_plan_details#plan_with_skype_for_business_calendar (Figures 31–15.
Figure 31–12 Skype for Business call
Figure 31–13 Skype for Business app
Figure 31–14 Skype for Business app
Figure 31–15 Available plans
Share files with others by uploading them onto OneDrive where they can be accessed by anyone who has permission (Figures 31–16. You can also share files through SharePoint Online (Figures 31–17. where users can share files with other groups or individuals so that they can cplaborate on projects together (Figures 31–18. You can also share files with any person or group by sending them an email message directly from your Outlook inbox (Figures 31–19. These are just some examples of how you can share files through Office 365; there are other ways that are explained later in this chapter.
Figure 31–16 OneDrive file section
Figure 31–17 SharePoint online file section
Figure 31–18 SharePoint online file section
Figure 31–19 SharePoint online file section
As previously mentioned in Chapter 30, “Cplaborate Using Microsoft Teams” about Microsoft Teams which is another great top for cplaborating with
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