Whitlock, a video collaboration company, announces the hiring of Bob Zimmermann as its new Director of Managed Services Sales. Bob will provide vision and insight to the fastest growing part of Whitlock’s business in global support services. His previous roles included executive level positions with complementary tech partners, Prysm and Spectralink (which was purchased by
We have been here so many times before; trying to predict what’s going to happen in the new year and then conveniently forgetting about the misplaced predictions we made this time last year. After all, whatever happened to the “the new dawn of videoconferencing?” We blazed right past that to environments where video chats are a key part of our every day interactions at work.
Whitlock, a video collaboration company, announces it will serve as a primary reseller and integrator for the new Microsoft Surface Studio, a 28” desktop and collaboration device released on October 26th by Microsoft. “Microsoft approached our team for perspective on the professional market for the Surface Studio as we have been a leading partner and
We were present from the start when Microsoft began its foray into larger, video-enabled, interactive devices. We vetted every aspect of the Surface Hub and landed with a resounding Yes! It does deliver what the workplace was missing for group collaboration. So, what do we think now that we have been in the room with
Whitlock, a video collaboration company, announces its Vice President of Technology, John Bailey, has been appointed to the Board of Directors for the Global Presence Alliance (GPA). The GPA was founded in 2008 with a singular goal to bring a standardized, global delivery and support model for high quality audio and video collaboration solutions to
The enthusiasm of IT leaders at Microsoft Ignite in Atlanta last week was striking. Many of my conversations with executives at the conference centered around one challenge: how can they accelerate the adoption and deployment of unified collaboration platforms. Perhaps it was the steady stream of people inspired by their experience with Microsoft Surface Hub