Cisco's mobile Web-conferencing software has gained traction among iPad enthusiasts. "Having WebEx on the tablet makes it easy to accomplish my work regardless of where I am," says Nancy Crouch, deputy CIO at Wake Forest University. "The video and audio quality are excellent." Crouch does find WebEx on the tablet somewhat confining, though. "The WebEx experience on a laptop or desktop is a more full-featured experience."
Another user stressed collaboration. "We use Cisco's desktop WebEx extensively for all collaborative data-sharing project needs," says James Brogan, director of technology at Kohn Peterson Fox Associates. "Expanding this technology to the iPad has been a natural extension to our collaboration technologies. We can now collaborate remotely, from clients' offices, building sites, hotel rooms, [or] home."