“On the collaboration front, Cisco announced it’s using the new iOS API CallKit to embed Cisco Spark into the native phone experience on the iPhone. In effect, a user will get all the collaborative and VoIP performance benefits of Cisco Spark, as well as the convenience that comes with a native phone experience,” Condon reports. “”
“‘We’ve had VoIP applications for a while, but people don’t often use them,’ Rosenberg told ZDNet. Yet when mobile phone calls are placed on the iPhone, ‘they’re completely disconnected from corporate infrastructure,'” Condon reports. “As one of the first applications built with the CallKit capability, Cisco Spark users can now get the higher fidelity audio and video features of VoIP, as well as benefits like added security features. With this integration, calls on Cisco Spark are sent through corporate telephony infrastructure, giving companies the ability to meet audit requirements.”
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