Tuesday, June 14, 2011

More collaborative life sciences technologies to see at DIA 2011 in Chicago

We're Chicago-bound in a few days for the Drug Information Association (DIA) 2011 Annual Meeting, which runs June 19-23. I told you last week that Microsoft has asked us to showcase ProtoSphere and its integration with Lync at its booth, #1111.

In addition, we'll also be demonstrating our integrated compliance training solution with Kaplan EduNeering at the company’s booth, #224. So if you're planning on attending, you'll be able to see two important communication and collaboration technologies that have come to life sciences in the past seven months.

We formally announced the news in a press release today, so I will turn your eyes to that for more details on what we have in store at DIA 2011.


ProtonMedia to Showcase Collaborative Life Sciences Technologies at Microsoft Booth at DIA 2011

ProtonMedia to demonstrate how life sciences companies can use Microsoft Lync and ProtoSphere together for next-generation virtual communications and collaboration

DIA 2011

LANSDALE, Pa. -- (BUSINESS WIRE) -- ProtonMedia today announced it will showcase its ProtoSphere application and integration with Microsoft Lync at Microsoft booth #1111 at the Drug Information Association (DIA) 2011 Annual Meeting. Attendees will see how ProtoSphere uses Lync as the heart of its communications features, giving the application the most scalable VoIP of any virtual collaboration environment. ProtonMedia will also be demonstrating its integrated compliance training solution with Kaplan EduNeering at the company's booth, #224, at the show. DIA 2011 takes place June 19-23 in Chicago.

"ProtonMedia has repeatedly demonstrated its commitment to Microsoft customers, helping them tap the power of their Microsoft technology investments," says Michael Naimoli, worldwide managing director, Microsoft Life Sciences. "By adding ProtoSphere to their Lync implementations, life sciences companies can extend their Lync investment and processes, while taking virtual communications and collaboration to a new level."

ProtoSphere is the only virtual collaboration environment built entirely with Microsoft technology, and it integrates with Microsoft Lync Server 2010, Microsoft SharePoint, Microsoft Office, and Microsoft Active Directory. ProtonMedia is a virtual immersive environment provider who has achieved Microsoft's Silver Unified Communications competency.

ProtoSphere is the #1 virtual collaboration environment in life sciences today, used by companies including AstraZeneca, Johnson & Johnson, and Merck Inc.

ProtonMedia plans to feature news, photos, interviews, and other coverage of DIA 2011 on its blog. Readers can follow the company's posts by bookmarking its DIA 2011 tag. To learn more about DIA 2011 and register, visit the show's website. To try ProtoSphere Lync Edition now, download the company's free trial or contact the ProtonMedia sales team for a demo. For more information on ProtonMedia, visit the company's website and blog.

ABOUT PROTONMEDIA

ProtonMedia is the developer of ProtoSphere, the market-leading virtual collaboration environment for the high-performance workplace, and the #1 virtual environment for collaborative PLM in life sciences. ProtoSphere's virtual environment provides an arsenal of business-focused collaboration and communication tools that help companies accelerate decision-making and raise productivity, improving workplace performance overall. The company is a Gartner "Cool Vendor in the High-Performance Workplace" for 2010. Its customers include some of the world's most respected brands, including AstraZeneca, Johnson & Johnson, Merck Inc., BP, Chevron, Duke University, Deloitte, TIAA-CREF, Lockheed Martin, and Boeing. A trial version of ProtoSphere can be downloaded at http://protonmedia.com/trial-download/. For more information, visit www.ProtonMedia.com.

PRESS RESOURCES
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Contacts:
Gregory FCA
Alicia Buonanno
610-228-2096
Alicia@GregoryFCA.com

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