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Polycom, Whitlock Hosting Video Collaboration Event
Polycom and Whitlock are looking for AV and IT directors to attend Nov. 16 event to test out latest solutions for video collaboration.

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November 08, 2012 By CI Staff

Whitlock and Polycom are hosting a one-day event on Nov. 16, 2012 to showcase the latest enterprise-grade video collaboration solutions.

The event runs from 12-2pm EST and will take place in Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas, Herndon, New York, San Jose, Seattle and Westminster (Denver) at Polycom Executive Briefing Centers.

Attendees will learn about the newest features of the Polycom product suite, including wireless control of video meetings using an iPad and compatibility with Skype, Facebook and Google Talk.

Experts from both Whitlock and Polycom will be available for discussions and demos.

“We’re excited by the quality of the new Polycom portfolio that just hit the market,” says Whitlock VP John Steinhauer. “The most interesting aspect for our clients is to see first hand that you no longer have to compromise on quality or reliability to connect the boardroom with the remote office. This is what we plan to demonstrate and what compelled us to set up a multi-location venue.”

Click here to learn more and register.

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