How Avaya Is Embracing Social, Consumerization Trends
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David F. Carr
David F. Carr,
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12/8/2011 | 3:17:54 PM
re: How Avaya Is Embracing Social, Consumerization Trends
I'll have to take a closer look at the Cius, based on this email from a contact at Cisco:

I read your article on AvayaG«÷s Flare and wanted to correct the perception you have that the Cisco Cius is G«£meant to compete in the tablet marketG«•.

We actually arenG«÷t trying to compete in that market at allG«Ųthe Cius is the evolution of our endpoint strategy. A mobile collaboration device, it has more in common with our video phones than with a tablet. It is simply delivered in a seven-inch tablet form factor, so folks make that comparison.

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