As we become more and more wired the need to be more and more secure is quite obvious. The team at Visiple is developing the next generation of services that do take into consideration security. I fell upon this video snippet from New Haven, CT´s Channel 8 TV. The Video can be seen here
As the user demands of video conferencing continue to evolve Håvard Holvik, Head of Research & Development, Videonor, a partner of Visiple has shed some light on where video conferencing is going.
Despite having been in the software development “business” for only 2-3 years, we have managed to introduce quite a few software products to our customers.
- We have a Mac/Windows video client for people who are used to point-to-point calls in a SIP/H323 environment.
- A Mac/Windows app which gives users with a personal VMR a simple administration interface and notifications when people enter a meeting.
- An Outlook plugin which makes it a breeze for users to schedule video meetings, not having to care about whether the other participants have video equipment or not.
- We also have a mobile app for Android and iOS which allows users away from their primary computer to join in on meetings.
Often mentioned in the media but never truly understood I stumbled upon (pardon the pun) a great article in American´s Oldest Daily Paper - The Hartford Courant. As Austin McChord founder of the now valued at $1b company noted
"My example is a case in point. Norwalk, where my business is based, may not be on most people's map of international hubs of business and innovation, but we proved that with broadband access and an internet unfettered by needless limitations, we can build a company that employs 800 of our friends and neighbors and attracts some of the best tech minds to Connecticut. "
Giving everyone fair access to high quality bandwidth (internet) not only connects a community to the internet it can change a community and a state. The article is here
ou are an entrepreneur... and are looking for ways to reach the masses or maybe a niche audience or so-called vertical. Maybe you’ve looked at doing a podcast, and maybe you have and have zero listeners. Maybe you are just starting out and want to make sure your podcast is the best it can be or maybe your podcast is doing amazing! and you’re always is looking to improve, gain more listeners and drive more business your way!
Daily I scour the web for stories of innovation, creativity, and change and how this all affects everyday people and their communities. I fell upon this article from a very creative innovator named Jeff Woolf who recently began raising funds for his startup the Morpher Helmet for bicyclists. His appeal and honesty as well as being an innovator really intrigued me. After reading his story and appeal I promised to share his "appeal".
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