Cisco Cius tablet users can now download and access Brainshark’s (News - Alert) Android app, which is now available in the Cisco AppHQ.
With this free app from Brainshark, a provider of online and mobile video presentations, users will be able to take advantage of a number of enhanced features, including the ability to click to navigate presentations through a visual table of contents; access an archive of recently viewed presentations; answer survey questions; and download related attachments.
In addition to sharing presentations through e-mail and other social apps, users can also browse titles in the eLearning content library, and log into company and free accounts on myBrainshark.com.
Brainshark is used primarily by companies across industries supporting mobile sales enablement, enhancing marketing effectiveness, deploying training programs, and more, according to a press release. Brainshark presentations, which are delivered via iOs, BlackBerry, HP, webOS, Windows Phone 7 and Android (News - Alert)-based devices, track and report the usage activity of on-the-go users.
“By having our app available in the Cisco AppHQ, we are providing enterprises with an easy way for their workforces to access and interact with Brainshark content – at their convenience and right from their Cius tablets,” said Brainshark CEO Joe Gustafson. “Today, companies are looking for more ways to enable their workers to be more effective and efficient, and our app provides easy access to important and timely business content on-the-go.”
This app is now available to Cius users, as well as owners of Android-based tablets and smartphones, who can download the app through Google’s (News - Alert) Android Market.
Brainshark’s expansion into Cisco’s tablet is another layer to what’s been a very successful 2011 so far. As reported by TMCnet, Brainshark users and their audiences viewed 72.5 million minutes, or more than 137 years’ worth of Brainshark content, in the first half of the year. Meanwhile, Brainshark introduced several important product offerings and updates, added new hires and expanded its office footprint, thus reflecting a momentous first half of 2011.
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Edited by Jamie Epstein