Cisco Unified Presence Fundamentals

Cisco Unified Presence Fundamentals

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Boudville More than 1 year ago
One advantage of the Cisco product described by the book is the migration from using Microsoft operating system to linux. Presumably in part because of no licensing fees and hence a lower cost to Cisco. Whether this is in part passed on to the customer is unknown, but possibly also an advantage to you. Another feature is that an SDK is available for customers who use the Application Extension Platform. The SDK takes advantage of the relative ease of developing under linux. For example, you can install and use free third party applications to improve your coding efforts for AXP. While some might also be available for a Microsoft OS, there should be more under linux. The Unified Presence offers the nice property of availability. This shows the status of a user as "online, offline, idle, busy or away". It ensures that, at least ideally, an incoming message does not interrupt its recipient. Vital because it has been found that wetware [you] context switching is very deleterious to an efficient focusing on the immediate task at hand. Despite the many people who think otherwise, Unified Presence can improve your productivity at hard tasks. Single Number Reach is another advantage of the new product. It avoids the clumsy need by a caller to know several of your phone numbers [office landline, cellphone, softphone] and then to have to ring each of these in turn, when you fail to answer. Instead, you now have a SNR. This marches us towards the context where a URI [Universal Resource Indicator] can also refer to a person, instead of just a software topic or domain.