Originally posted on AltamontCowork.com – What is the first thing you do when you start a small business? Among other things…….you look for an office.
How far has videoconferencing technology come in the past 25 years? Pretty far, but, it sure has taken a long time. The culture has finally
Way back in the Dark Ages (1996) I wrote about the path I thought video conferencing needed to go to become ubiquitous: Videoconferencing technology needed
Back in the day, I knew videoconferencing would reach the highest level of attention. Little did I know how high this technology would reach. Apparently,
On May 1, 2009 I opened the first COWORKING location in San Joaquin County and Tracy, CA. A revolutionary concept in office space I was sure
In the old days, we (ESnet, Lawrence Berkeley National Lab) used to visit Polycom HQ (when they were in Pleasanton, CA) to either: Get an
I just found this in the DRAFT posts from 7 years ago!!!!!! I wonder why I never posted it? Anyway, here it is…..fun with smilies
My two worlds collided this week. (Video conferencing and Coworking). I rented the “Orange” Conference room for a deposition to an attorney located in Pennsylvania
– – Hot off the heels of Enterprise Connect where the WebRTC Conference-within-a-Conference drew overflow crowds, Blue Jeans Network will announce it’s newest product: Sniff RTC. On Monday,
Here is a VERY important announcement from the good folks at Blue Jeans Networks. ******Copy this URL and share it with ALL of your friends
I love cloud-based multipoint videoconferencing, but, you already know that. Here is a SCOOP from Blue Jeans Network that I just got permission to post.
In the process of evaluating the ZTE ZXV10 T700 (I will post the entire product review by weeks end…I hope), I went ahead and made