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La version 11 de Cisco Jabber est disponible pour Windows, ios et Mac, je n'ai pas encore eu le temps de la tester.

Cisco Jabber for Mac 11.0 release notes: http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/voice_ip_comm/jabber/mac/11_0/rn/JABM_BK_C915C45F_00_cisco-jabber-mac11-release-notes.html

Cisco Jabber for Windows 11.0 release notes: http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/voice_ip_comm/jabber/Windows/11_0/RN/JABW_BK_C5E7828C_00_cisco-jabber-windows-11-release-notes.html

Cisco Jabber for iOS 11.0 release notes:http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/voice_ip_comm/jabber/Windows/11_0/RN/JABW_BK_C5E7828C_00_cisco-jabber-windows-11-release-notes.html

Vidéo introduction Cisco Jabber 11 pour Windows:


Vidéo introduction Cisco Jabber 11 pour Mac:

Vidéo introduction Cisco Jabber 11 pour iOS:

Nouveautés Cisco Jabber 11 pour windows:

Calling Features

  • Far End Camera Control—For devices that support it, you can direct cameras on the other end of video calls and control the screen layout during conference calls. An icon is displayed in calls using cameras with far end camera control that you can use to pan, tilt and zoom the far end camera. This feature is only available to users in softphone mode.
  • Collaboration Meeting Room Conferencing—With one click, escalate an IM conversation to audio and video conferencing using Cisco Cloud Collaboration Meeting Rooms (CMR).
  • WebEx Personal Room Conferencing—With one click, escalate an IM conversation to audio and video conferencing using Cisco Webex Personal Rooms (Webex PR).
  • Audio and Video Bridge Conferencing—With one click, escalate an IM conversation to audio and video conferencing using standards-based third party conferencing solutions
  • DTMF Digit Management—While on a call, cut and paste DTMF digits to enter a PIN number. You can also include DTMF digits with your protocol handlers to create links that participants can use to quickly access their meetings. Use commas after phone numbers and prior to DTMF numbers to denote a one second pause; you need at least one comma to indicate DTMF digits. For example, if you have a meeting with dial in number of 1800-123456, and an PIN for entry of 5678#, then you can use tel uri in the format tel:1800123456,,,5678# to enter the meeting with one click.
  • Headset Selection from Conversation Windows—You can now select your connected audio device directly from your conversation windows.
  • Opus Codec Support—The Cisco Jabber client now supports the Opus audio codec. Use of the Opus codec requires Cisco Unified Communications Manager 11.0.
  • Sennheiser Headset Support for Call Management—Use Sennheiser accessories to control your calls on Cisco Jabber to adjust call volume, answer and end phone calls, and mute.
  • Click-to-Call Keyboard Shortcut—Configure the MakeCallHotKey parameter to make a Cisco Jabber call using an administrator-defined global keyboard shortcut that is active from any application on your desktop. The default shortcut is CTRL+SHIFT+J and is enabled by default. For more information on configuring this parameter, see the Phone Parameters section in the Cisco Jabber 11.0 Deployment and Installation Guide.
  • Clicktocall: URI Handler—Cisco Jabber supports registering as the clicktocall: URI handler.
  • Conversation Window Control for All Calls—Extended beyond deskphone control, you can now also control the conversation window behavior for calls when using softphone using the DeskphoneModeWindowBehavior and SoftphoneModeWindowBehavior parameters.
  • Display Call Duration—You can see the duration of calls displayed in your Recents tab when you hover over your calling history.
  • Classic Ringtone—You can select a traditional ringtone for your incoming calls.
  • Hide Call Controls—If your users use Cisco Jabber for calls, but manage their calls using another application, then you can disable the call control strip on the calling window so that users are presented with video-only window. You can enable this feature using the HideCallControlStrip parameter, which is disabled by default. For more information on setting up this feature, see the Client Parameters section of the Cisco Jabber 11.0 Deployment and Installation Guide.

Chat and Presence Features

  • Enterprise Groups for Cisco Unified Communications Manager—You can add an enterprise group to your Cisco Jabber contacts using the Microsoft Active Directory (AD) groups in your enterprise. Because the group is maintained in your corporate directory, your client contact list is updated dynamically to synchronize with the directory group. Directory groups require Cisco Unified Communications Manager IM & Presence Service 11.0. If a group contains more than 100 people, then no presence is displayed for those contacts. For cloud deployments, enterprise groups are already supported in the client.
  • Play Sounds for Chat Messages—Choose whether to play sounds for all messages or only for the first message per conversation.
  • Contact Card on Hover—Users' contact card is displayed when you hover over the contact in your Contact list. This feature is enabled by default, but to disable it or read more about it, see ContactCardonHover parameter description in the Client Parameters section in the Cisco Jabber 11.0 Deployment and Installation Guide.
  • Alert When Available from Conversation Windows—Set the Alert When Available feature from the conversation window with your contact.
  • Windows Taskbar Shortcuts—Set your presence, sign out, and exit the client directly from the Windows taskbar.
  • Telephony and Chat URIs in Chat window— Click on telephony and chat URIs in chat windows to initiate calls and chats.
  • UNC Links in Chat window—Use UNC links such as file: in the Jabber chat window.
  • Save Chat to Outlook for Office 365—Save Cisco Jabber chats to a folder in your Microsoft Outlook 365. This enhancement is an addition to the support for saving chats to a folder in Microsoft Outlook for on-premises deployments. For more information on configuring this feature, see the Options Parameters and Save Chat History to an Outlook Folder sections in the Cisco Jabber 11.0 Deployment and Installation Guide.

Persistent Chat Features

  • Search from Persistent Chat Rooms—Search directly from persistent chat rooms.
  • Persistent Chat Room Conferencing—Escalate your persistent chat room conversations to audio and video conferencing using Cisco Collaboration Meeting Rooms and WebEx Personal Rooms, or from other conferencing solutions. Use the pChatMeeting parameter to set up this feature. For more information, see the Client Parameters section of the Cisco Jabber 11.0 Deployment and Installation Guide.
  • Screen Sharing in Persistent Chat Rooms—Share your screen with other participants in a persistent chat room. Use the pChatShare parameter to set up this feature. For more information, see the Client Parameters section of the Cisco Jabber 11.0 Deployment and Installation Guide.

Sharing Features

  • IM Only Share: Groups of 10— You can now share your screen from an IM with groups of up to 10 Cisco Jabber for Windows users.

Platform Features

  • Technical Preview: Microsoft Office 2016 OS Version—Support for the upcoming Microsoft Office 2016 release in desktop mode.
  • Intel Atom Support—Support for Intel Atom processor-based Windows devices.
  • Technical Preview: Windows 10 Desktop OS Version—Support for the upcoming Windows 10 OS release in Windows desktop mode.

Security Features

  • Encryption and Decryption of PRTs—Configure the encryption and decryption of PRTs using theEnablePrt, EnablePrtEncryption, and PrtCertificateName parameters. For more information on configuring these parameters, see the Client Parameters section of the Cisco Jabber 11.0 Deployment and Installation Guide.

For more information about your privacy rights and the Cisco Problem Reporting Tool (PRT), see the Jabber Supplement to the Cisco Privacy Statement at www.cisco.com/​web/​siteassets/​legal/​jabber_​supp.html.

  • PRT Logging Levels—Configure different logging levels for PRTs using the new LogWritingDesktop and DetailedLogDurationDesktop parameters. For more information on configuring these parameters, see the Common Policies section of the Cisco Jabber 11.0 Deployment and Installation Guide.

Invalid Certificate Behavior—Configure how the client handles invalid certificate policies with the InvalidCertificateBehavior installation parameter.

Nouveautés Cisco Jabber 11 pour Mac:

Calling Features

  • Far End Camera Control—When on a video call or a meeting, where the video endpoint supports remote control, Cisco Jabber allows users to control the remote camera. Users can zoom, pan, and tilt the camera using icons or keyboard shortcuts in the client.
  • Bridge Escalations—You can configure bridge meeting room information for your users, or they can add the bridge meeting room information in the client. Your users can quickly escalate a group chat to a conference call and invite them to a conference call. Participants are automatically invited without the need to merge them into the conference call.
  • Collaboration Meeting Rooms (CMR) Cloud—Cisco Jabber provides support for Cisco Collaboration Meeting Rooms (CMR) Cloud using SIP for video and HTTP for Cisco WebEx. Your users can escalate a group chat to a conference call and access the meeting using Cisco WebEx interface or join using video. Your users can join scheduled meetings using Cisco Collaboration Meeting Rooms (CMR) Cloud.

There is a limitation on CMR Cloud join experience for attendees of scheduled CMR Cloud meetings. This limitation impacts Mac users and Windows users who have not enabled Outlook calendar integration. Due to a server limitation, we can only offer attendees for these deployment scenarios the option to join the meeting using Cisco WebEx. Hosts will enjoy the full experience, as will anyone invited to join ad hoc CMR Cloud meetings.

  • Personal Room—Cisco Jabber uses the personal room feature of Cisco WebEx Meeting Center to allow users to quickly meet with their contacts in their personal rooms. Personal room is a virtual conference room that is always available.
  • DTMF Digit Management—While on a call, you can cut and paste DTMF digits to enter a PIN number. You can also include DTMF digits with your protocol handlers to create links that participants can use to quickly access their meetings.
  • Opus Codec Support—Cisco Jabber supports the Opus codec for audio capabilities. This feature requires Cisco Unified Communications Manager IM & Presence 11.0.
  • Persistent Chat Room Participation—You can join a persistent chat room.
  • Persistent Chat Room Search—You can search directly from persistent chat rooms.
  • Add Enterprise Groups to Contacts—You can add a group to your Cisco Jabber contacts based on active directory (AD) and enterprise groups. Because the group is maintained in your corporate directory, your client contact list is updated dynamically to synchronize with the AD or enterprise group.
  • URI Links in Chat window—You can now enter URI links in the chat window and chat participants can click the links to start calls and chats.
  • Encryption and Decryption of PRTs—Configure the encryption and decryption of PRTs using theEnablePrt, EnablePrtEncryption, and PrtCertificateName parameters. For more information on configuring these parameters, see the Client Parameters section of the Cisco Jabber 11.0 Deployment and Installation Guide.

Chat and Presence Features

Security Features

For more information about your privacy rights and the Cisco Problem Reporting Tool (PRT), see the Jabber Supplement to the Cisco Privacy Statement at www.cisco.com/​web/​siteassets/​legal/​jabber_​supp.html.

  • PRT Logging Levels—Configure different logging levels for PRTs using the new LogWritingDesktop and DetailedLogDurationDesktop parameters. For more information on configuring these parameters, see the Common Policies section of the Cisco Jabber 11.0 Deployment and Installation Guide.
  • Invalid Certificate Behavior—Configure how the client handles invalid certificate policies with the InvalidCertificateBehavior installation parameter.

Nouveautés Cisco Jabber 11 pour iOS:

New Features

This section describes the new features and stability improvements for Cisco Jabber for iPhone and iPad 11.0 release.

Calling Features

  • Silent Monitoring and Call Recording (Built-in Bridge) — Cisco Jabber for iPhone and iPad supports silent monitoring and call recording that can be used by company supervisors to monitor or record calls. This is only supported with Cisco Unified Communications Manager 11.0 or later releases.
  • Far End Camera Control — You can direct cameras on the other end of video calls and control video display on participant screens using Cisco Jabber. A control panel is displayed on the video window that you can use to turn the far end camera to left, right, top or down and to zoom in or zoom out.
  • G.722 Codec — Support for the G.722 audio codec to enhance voice communication for VoIP calls. This wideband audio codec is a default codec for calls to Cisco IP deskphones and other portfolio endpoints, which delivers a superior call experience to the user.
  • Opus Codec — Support for the Opus audio codec. You require Cisco Unified Communications Manager 11.0 to use Opus.
  • Click-to-Call: URI handler — Support for a new call scheme, “Click-to-Call”. You can use the URI handler with clicktocall protocol followed by a contact's phone number or SIP URI address on a web browser or other applications to make a call. You can start a call by tapping on the URI link.
  • Collaboration Meeting Room (CMR) Conference — Within a group chat you can escalate an IM conversation to audio and video conference using Cisco Cloud Collaboration Meeting Rooms (CMR).
  • WebEx Personal Room Conference— Within a group chat you can escalate an IM conversation to audio and video conference using Cisco WebEx Personal Room.
    • When on a call, you can cut and paste DTMF digits such as a meeting PIN or phone number into the keypad. The valid DTMF digits are: 0123456789,*#ABCD.
    • You can enter a number with DTMF digits in the search bar or keypad, and make a call instead of typing the digits.
    • You can add DTMF digits with protocol handlers to create links that participants can use to access meetings.
  • Flexible Differentiated Services Code Point (DSCP) — Administrators can use flexible DSCP to set DSCP to assign different priorities to audio and video streams.
  • Define separate Port Range — Administrators can set separate port ranges for audio and video on the SIP profile.
  • Edit Your Personal Profile — You can update your personal information on your profile page. This feature is only supported in the WebEx Messenger deployment.
  • Enterprise Groups (AD Groups) — You can add a directory group to your Cisco Jabber for iPhone and iPad contacts from the Microsoft Active Directory (AD) groups in your enterprise. Since the group is maintained in your corporate directory, your client contact list is updated dynamically to synchronize with the enterprise group. If a group contains more than 100 people, then no presence is displayed for those contacts. To add enterprise groups you require Cisco Unified Communications Manager IM & Presence Service 11.0.
  • Dual Tone Multi Frequency (DTMF) Digit Management— The following enhancements are made for the DTMF digits:

User Management Features

Chat and Presence Features

For cloud deployments, adding enterprise group is already supported in the client.

  • Telephony and Chat URIs in Chat Window — You can initiate chats and calls from a chat window by tapping on the telephony and chat URIs.
  • Publish Location Information — You can add your location information on Cisco Jabber for iPhone and iPad for your contacts to see. To enable the location information administrators must configure the Location_Enabled parameter. You can customize their settings in the Options menu.
  • Start Group Chat — You can start a group chat with two or more contacts. You can invite participants for a group chat and add the topic for group chat.
  • Contact Group Management — You can manage your contact groups by adding or removing the groups.
  • Administrative Control for Showing Offline Contacts — Administrative control to show or hide the offline contacts on your contacts list is available. To show the offline contacts administrators must configure the ShowOfflineContacts parameter.
  • Administrative Control for Loading Native Address Book — Cisco Jabber provides an administrative control for loading native address book to your contact list in Phone Only mode. The administrator can use the EnableLoadAddressBook parameter to control the settings.

Security Features

Security Enhancement — Cisco Jabber for iPhone and iPad provides more secured solution for the credentials and adds administrative control to manage the invalid certificate policies.

Platform Features

Support for Jailbroken Devices — Cisco Jabber for iPhone and iPad does not work on all jailbroken iPhones and iPads. To use Cisco Jabber on jailbroken iPhones and iPads, you must ensure that it is jailbroken by a public jailbreak tool available at the time of Cisco Jabber release.

Deployment Features

  • Configuration Support with Apple's Managed App Configuration — Cisco Jabber for iPhone and iPad supports pre-configuring the application based on Apple's Managed App Configuration mechanism. With this feature, the company administrators can deploy and pre-configure Cisco Jabber for iPhone and iPad for an entire company through some of the Enterprise Mobility Management providers. Cisco has tested the solution with Airwatch Mobile Device Management.
  • Customer Community Program (CCP) Community Based Wrapping Support for Cisco Mobile Application Management — Cisco provides a private App Wrapping program for supported Enterprise Mobility Management providers through the CCP (previously known as Cisco User Group) community. If users want to wrap the Cisco Jabber and distribute it through the Mobile Device Management (MDM) or Mobile Application Management (MAM), they can get support from the CCP community.
  • Support for 64-bit iPhone and iPad devices — Cisco Jabber for iPhone and iPad supports 64-bit iPhone and iPad devices.

Hardware

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