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Security/Classification/Proprietary Info Labels for Video Conferences

We have multiple on-premises customers that are in air-gapped environments, who have video conferences at various different classification levels. All of the computer monitors, websites, documents, etc. have Classification levels posted on them. Prior to CMS, I recall that with some of the older video systems you could display messages or banners, and there have been some custom implementations of that as well. I do not recall seeing any of the newer on-premises systems having classification banners, including CMS, Pexip, Skype/Lync, etc. I do recall at one time Cisco Jabber had that capability, but that was only on the soft-client displaying the classification, not on the calls.

So a feature request I see this as being a feature that could be useful in Government environments and corporate environments, would be the ability to display “Classification Banners, NDA (non-disclosure agreements) Sensitive Information Banners, FOUO (for Official Use Only) Proprietary Information Banners, etc. I see this a feature that would set Cisco apart from other Video Vendors for both on-prem and cloud based offerings depending on if it was Government or Corporate customers being able to display custom banners. This would be a good feature to add to both Cisco Meeting Server and Webex, along with soft-clients and video endpoints.

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  • Nov 6 2020