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March 2, 2016 | Telepresence Options

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Are you looking to empower your working teams with a higher level of collaboration and engagement? Do your remote workers feel like second-class citizens when they attend a working session by phone? Why not bring them into the room with a truly immersive virtual huddle room experience?

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David Maldow, Founder and CEO, Let's Do Video

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Mike McLaughlin, Director of Sales, Altia Systems
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About the Author

David Maldow

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David Maldow is the Founder & CEO of Let's Do Video and one of the visual collaboration industry's most prolific writers. Prior to founding Let's Do Video, David was Managing Partner at Telepresence Options, one of the industry's most recognized print publication and news sites. It was there that he authored 150+ pieces of public content, gaining him recognition as an industry expert. Earlier in his career, David managed the Wainhouse Research Video Test Lab, where he developed the ability to assess products / solutions from an IT perspective, but with an eye for user experience and adoptability.







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