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Posted by Henry Dewing on October 10, 2012
On Monday morning, Polycom invited a few hundred of their closest friends to New York to open the NASDAQ stock market. Then, they revealed a new set of products demonstrating their commitment to put video into the routine of daily working life for information workers. I was one of those friends who had the unique opportunity to (as the CIO of one of Polycom's customer’s quipped) “make my job relevant to my teenage children,” by having my face on the widescreen in Times Square. But my kids don’t read my blog, so the important thing for the readers is taking a look at what Polycom said, and what it means.
Polycom discussed four themes through the day – their commitment to:
So, what does all this mean? It means that Polycom:
Did Polycom change the world on Monday? Maybe not, but they are developing solutions to enable change so that a committed ecosystem can. They certainly put the market on notice that they are ready and anxious for change –who will join them?
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