Calling

Use both audio and video to collaborate efficiently and effectively in Cisco Spark.

Cisco Spark also offers cloud-based phone systems, including video enabled phones.

Messaging

Team Workspaces for conversations, sharing and staying connected. Accessible and searchable from any device.

Persistant chat allows conversations to takeplace around the clock or across timezones, with the ability to message people who are not online.

 

People

Your Exchange calendar and Active Directory is accessible in Cisco Spark, even from mobile devices.

Group people together in Team Spaces for projects or collaborate on a one-to-one basis.

Whiteboard

Interactive drawing and white boarding from your phone, tablet, or Cisco Spark Board. Saved instantly to your work space so that it can be accessed from any Spark enabled device and work can continue where it was left off.

Files

Simply drag and drop files into Spark spaces to share with other people.

Your files and drawings are then all there in the space where you message and meet. Secure, searchable, and in context

Meeting

Instant video calling with screen sharing. Scheduled meetings powered by WebEx. Conference rooms video-enabled with a Cisco Spark room device.

Integration

Your apps, right where you need them. Plus bots that do the legwork for you so you get more done, faster.

Spark offers a growing list of bots, that work within spaces to complete tasks automatically for the users.

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The Cisco Collaboration Cloud

Spark can be deployed completely in the cloud or as a hybrid

Cisco Spark provides companies with the perfect opportunity to take the first step in migrating their unified collaboration service to the cloud.

You can deploy Spark completely in Cisco's Collaboration Cloud or as a hybrid, with Cisco's CUCM located on-premises. Both the cloud and hybrid deployments offer the full enterprise suite of functionality that is expected from enterprise businesses. 

Cisco Spark Hybrid Services let you easily add the meetings and messaging capabilities of Cisco Spark to your existing Cisco Unified Communications deployment.

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Spark Board

Spark Board

Cisco Spark Board is a touch-based 3-in-1 collaboration system – it combines wireless presentation, digital white boarding, and video conferencing. Designed for richer collaboration, it connects physical and virtual meeting spaces through Cisco Spark services. Team members can access meetings and content through their Cisco Spark app-enabled device of choice.

Spark Room Kit

Spark Room Kits are designed to bring more intelligence and usability to small and medium video team rooms with the kit integrating with smart panel displays and offering sophisticated camera technologies with speaker-tracking capabilities.

There are two different models; the Spark Room Kit and Spark Room Kit Plus. The Spark Room Kit is designed for smaller rooms with up to 7 participants and comes as an ‘all in one’ device, whereas the Room Kit Plus is designed for slightly larger meetings of up to 14 people and comes as a separate codec and quad-camera bar.

Cisco Spark Room Kit

How Videocall Can Help?

Whilst Videocall sell equipment, and are accredited at the highest level as a Cisco Master ATP, for the exact purpose of being able to sell the equipment, our approach to scoping, deploying, and supporting / evolving a solution for our customers does not conform with that of a standard reseller.

Rather, Videocall are specialists at integrating, designing, building, and operating an entirely fit for purpose, effective, and efficient solution for our customers, all under a single, best in class SLA. In short we are accountable for each and every aspect of what we do, including on-going reporting and review of existing deployments.

Our capabilities and proven pedigree in many instances exceeds that available from manufacturers. We focus on effective outcomes for the business and users.

Cisco Spark vs Microsoft Skype for Business

Microsoft Skype for Business vs Cisco Spark

In this paper, we explore how the world of work is changing; what’s driving the shift to real-time voice, video and messaging and current trends in the fast maturing UCC space. 

In today’s fast moving technological world, deciding on the best collaboration and productivity solution isn’t an easy task. We take a look at two leading UCC vendors in this space – Cisco and Microsoft – evaluating which solutions provide what advantages, alongside what other solutions providers bring to the collaboration table. 

Finally, we highlight some the key areas to consider when selecting a next generation UCC platform

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