Posts Tagged ‘Bob McCandless’
Telepresence Provider BrightCom CEO Aids in Optimizing Technology at the TEI Presidents’ Forum of Southern CaliforniaMonday, April 4th, 2011
BrightCom CEO Bob McCandless is participating in The Entrepreneurship Institute’s Presidents’ Forum of Southern California discussing businesses strategies for communication technology.
In the third installment of BrightCom’s video series, CEO Bob McCandless discusses how YouTube has allowed younger generations to be comfortable on camera, driving them to expect video conferencing and telepresence in their daily lives.
BrightCom announces new ability to cross connect telepresence and video conferencing through MCU systems to multiple endpoints. BrightCom has successfully demonstrated this for the Los Angeles Police Department connecting BrightCom with Cisco MCU.
BrightCom CEO Bob McCandless credits Star Trek’s holodeck for first vision of telepresence in discussion of history of telepresence and video technology.
BrightCom CEO, Bob McCandless explains his opinion regarding how live broadcasting of early radio and television is similar to the challenges of people’s discomfort with live video conferencing and telepresence as everyday communication tools.
BrightCom CEO, Bob McCandless addresses unified network of telepresence, video, voice and data at the Telepresence Conference at the 2011 NAB Show in the Las Vegas Convention Center on April 12-13, 2011.
BrightCom CEO discusses how telepresence and video conferencing technology is constantly being shaped by science fiction media’s perception of the future.
Telepresence Gathers No Moss, BrightCom Moves Communication Forward With Video and Data ConferencingMonday, February 28th, 2011
BrightCom CEO Bob McCandless discusses how information technology, including telepresence, data and video conferencing, can allow people to best store and communicate information, and therefore will speed the evolution of human communication and knowledge.
BrightCom CEO, Bob McCandless looks to the history of human communication and video technology to analyze current and future adaption and perception of video in the home and office in new video series.