Tuesday, February 19, 2013
Posted by Ron Burns at 9:15 AM
Date: Wednesday, February 20
Time: 2:45 PM - 4:00 PM
Room: Stuart Room
Session Type: Breakout
Session Code: APPS203
We announced the news of the availability of ProtoSphere version 2.2 in a press release today, so I will turn your eyes to that for more details on what we have in store.
February 19, 2013
ProtonMedia, the leader in 3D virtual collaboration, announces the availability of Release 2.2, of its award-winning ProtoSphere virtual collaboration cloud. This latest release adds fine-grained moderator controls and enhanced usage metrics reporting for corporate learning applications. And for enhanced collaboration uses cases like project management, ProtoSphere 2.2 adds a broadcast-style town hall presentation mode supporting up to 250 users plus the ability to view and remotely control presentation content while performing other activities during a session. These enhancements further the immersive experience of 3D virtual meeting places resulting in an elevated level of productivity for users.
ProtonMedia will be demonstrating ProtoSphere Release 2.2 at the Microsoft Lync Conference 2013, February 19-21 in San Diego, CA. ProtonMedia’s continued collaboration with Microsoft’s business productivity technologies provides a unified environment of communications and collaboration tools presented to users in a seamless, rich 3D environment for a more engaging environment that expedites and improves learning.
“Enterprises of all sizes can benefit from Microsoft’s productivity software, both on-premise and in the cloud,” said Aamer Kaleem, CTO of Microsoft's Enterprise Lync Voice business. “ProtonMedia’s offering provides its customers with the ability to accelerate their adoption of new technologies across the enterprise and helps increase employee productivity, efficiency, and organizational flexibility.”
“Release 2.2 builds on the immersive, more engaging user experience which results from combining ProtoSphere with Microsoft unified communications. Continuing this vision, we are working to bring Lync 2013 and mobile device support to ProtoSphere in a future release,” said Ron Burns, ProtonMedia CEO.
To request a free trial of ProtoSphere 2.2, visit ProtonMedia’s website at: http://www.protonmedia.com/free-trial/