Lately, everyone has been getting social. Even the most introverted of personalities have found their calling, interacting with people online. Can the same draw take place within the enterprise to drive collaboration and learning?
ProtonMedia (News - Alert) believes it can. The company offers the ProtoSphere 2.0, an immersive business collaboration environment designed specifically for the enterprise. This innovative approach to learning and collaboration focuses on those companies with multi-national deployments in a variety of vertical markets.
The “always-on” virtual workspace is now enabled with the ProtoSphere 2.0 as it works to bring people together from around the globe working toward a common goal. This promotion of collaboration and learning helps to increase the speed and effectiveness of knowledge transfer and social engagement, while providing context to business-critical information.
To bring TMC (News - Alert) followers into the mix, ProtonMedia was on hand for this year’s ITEXPO East in Miami. Stefanie Mosca sat down with Rob Burns, CEO of ProtonMedia, to learn about this latest development in promoting the social enterprise. To get the full inside scoop, check out this TMC video.
Features specific to the ProtoSphere 2.0 include deeper integration with Microsoft Unified Communications (News - Alert) and Collaboration (UCC), enhanced integration with Microsoft (News - Alert) SharePoint 2010, expanded media boards, Build Your Own World, greater moderator controls, an update to the user interface, usage reporting and monitoring, and secure authentication with Federated Services.
“ProtoSphere 2.0 has been a significant undertaking for ProtonMedia, and I could not be prouder of what our team has accomplished with this release,” said Burns in a company statement. “We have believed for some time that meetings alone are not real collaboration.
“ProtoSphere 2.0 is an extraordinary combination of a 3D immersive environment, a deep unified communications platform, the power of social networking, and the functionality of a next generation e-learning platform, all delivered in a cost-effective cloud offering. This holistic blend of content with context will bring new levels of efficiency and creativity to knowledge-focused industries,” Burns added.
To get the full story, check out the TMC video through the link provided above.
Edited by Rich Steeves