- TVPRO HD6 is a $146 mini PC that looks like a webcam (for video conferencing) June 24, 2016Story and images by Liliputing I've got a Logitech webcam that sits on top of my monitor waiting for me to plug it in when I'm making a video call. It's held in place by a small clip that grabs the edge of my display. And when I saw a picture of the new TVPRO […]
- Let's Do Video's InfoComm 2016 Wrap-Up June 20, 2016Story and images by David Maldow / Let'e Do Video Let's Do Video is pleased to bring you our coverage of InfoComm 2016 in Las Vegas, Nevada. InfoComm is often considered a must for anyone involved in North American AV and it's easy to see why. This year's show had a record number of exhibitors […]
- New Intel CPUs Have NSA Exploitable Secret Hidden Backdoor June 20, 2016Story and images by HNN New Intel CPUs come with a hidden backdoor that can allow hackers or the NSA to control your computer remotely even while PC is turned off Hardware security export Damien Zammit revealed some startling revelations in a recent SoftPedia about the secret backdoor built in to new Intel CPUs that […]
- The Four C's at InfoComm 2016 - Wainhouse Research's Andrew Davis' take on the Show June 16, 2016The Curious Case of the Microsoft-LinkedIn Acquisition By now you've likely heard the news that Microsoft announced its intent to acquire LinkedIn for $26 billion - that dollar figure alone is newsworthy and this was top news in the mainstream press. While lightly parsing the numbers, Bill -- with a few additional thoughts from some […]
- Polycom RealConnect makes multi-vendor videoconferencing easy June 13, 2016Story and images by Network World RealConnect enables Microsoft Skype for Business users to connect video calls across multi-vendor environments Videoconferencing and the enterprise have had a good old love-hate relationship over the past few decades. It's kind of like what's happening with Tom Brady and the NFL. Both know they're better off with each […]
- TVPRO HD6 is a $146 mini PC that looks like a webcam (for video conferencing) June 24, 2016
Our PublicationsHPL – Planning A Video Conferencing or Telepresence Project Guide This detailed guide from HPL consultant Richard Tucker provides information for end-to-end planning of a telepresence or video conferencing project, including an overview of solution types and components, budgeting, timelines, market considerations, and requirements determination. The guide also outlines how to get hands-on experience, select a provider and implement your solution.
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HUMAN PRODUCTIVITY LAB ANNOUNCES
The consultancy Human Productivity Lab (HPL) is pleased to announce that senior technology executive, Stephanie L. Carhee, has joined their internationally renowned team to help clients improve their adoption and consumption of visual collaboration.
Ms. Carhee has worked in the technology industry for 20 years, including 10 years as the Senior Unified Communications Advisor at Cisco Systems.
In 2004 she was awarded the Cisco Excellence Award for her work in defining a proven lifecycle methodology to accelerate enterprise customer implementations as well as a tool to train on how to properly prepare, plan, design, implement and support Collaboration Solutions.
HUMAN PRODUCTIVITY LAB ANNOUNCES
“VISUAL COLLABORATION DREAM TEAM” Adds Ten Prominent Experts including CEOs and Inventors in Europe and the United States Ashburn, VA, May 28th, 2013 – The visual collaboration consultancy Human Productivity Lab (HPL) is pleased to announce the addition of an internationally renowned team of experts to significantly expand the Lab’s consulting capabilities for enterprise clients and vendors/service providers.
The visual collaboration consultancy Human Productivity Lab (HPL) announces the release of the publication Planning a Video Conferencing or Telepresence Project. Written by HPL Consultant Richard Tucker, this guide is based on the experiences and lessons learned by end user organizations that have implemented telepresence projects, from personal systems to immersive room systems.