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2019 enterprise chat predictions

2019 Enterprise Chat Predictions

As 2018 draws to a close, the Mio team got together to discuss their messaging predictions for 2019.  1. More interoperability Director of Product Marketing, Meredith Schulz highlights two key areas of change for 2019. More interoperability across all types of tools. We recently covered that 2018 was the year interoperability became crucial to collaboration. 2019 ...

Mio for webex interoperability with Slack and MS Teams is now available on SolutionsPlus

Mio is now on Cisco SolutionsPlus

December 5, 2018 Community Highlights 1 Comment

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 ...

Jonathan Rosenberg chats with Mio

November 19, 2018 Highlights Interviews 2 Comments

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 ...

Enterprise messaging interoperability and federation

2018: The year interoperability became critical to collaboration

September 26, 2018 Community Insights 13 Comments

EDITOR’S NOTE: Following publication of the original interoperability article, another significant merger has taken place in the collaboration industry. Read on to find out October’s latest addition. Interoperability is, by definition, real-time data exchange between systems without middleware. In collaboration IT, interoperability usually happens when competitors work together. When two competing systems work together, without ...