Tuesday, June 25, 2013

Sam Batterman Discusses Innovations for Life Sciences Organizations Using ProtoSphere and Microsoft

Sam Batterman, Microsoft Life Science Specialist (Data &Visualization) discusses the benefits of the latest innovations from Microsoft and ProtoSphere to Life Sciences organizations.

“What ProtoSphere brings to the game...is that architecture of a room environment has a lot to do with whether or not people feel free to share. It's effect is it feels grounded, it feels alive. People feel good in an environment like that.”







With the touch technology of Windows 8, it’s quicker and easier to navigate using devices of any size ranging from small tablets to large Perceptive Pixel displays. The combination of this screen touch technology on any size surface and ProtoSphere's persistent, virtual 3D collaboration environment offers broad support and an effective, lively collaboration setting for clinical research training, research and development, project management, HR onboarding and clinical trial monitoring. By leveraging Microsoft technologies already in use, enterprises including life sciences organizations, increase cost efficiency and productivity.

ProtoSphere version 2.3 also adds web page browsing on Media Boards, seamless integration with the latest Microsoft business technologies (Lync 2013, SharePoint 2013), and live, synchronized video conferencing with Polycom RealPresence integration.

Windows 8 touch support in ProtoSphere is currently being demonstrated at the DIA 2013 Meeting up in Boston this week.

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