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*Collaboration – people sharing ideas and working together – is as essential to business success as great products and loyal customers. Innovative collaboration technologies, such as Web 2.0 and social networking applications, are transforming the way people communicate. These tools deliver a rich, immediate experience for their users, and often become indispensable parts of daily activity. However, when people go to work these same technologies can represent disruption – or even a threat – to their employers. Increasingly, businesses and their IT organizations struggle to close the gap between meeting users’ high expectations of an ideal communication experience and the business realities of protecting intellectual property and maintaining compliance.
** This episode of TechWiseTV brings you the best of the best - our top 3 technologies reshaping the world of collaboration:
-Segment 1: The Collaboration Imperative - what is driving this change and how should it be dealt with?
-Segment 2: Federated Presence - Dissolving Walls
-Segment 3: Telepresence Gets Personal, and affordable
-Segment 4: Webex: Not just another Pretty Face
Matt Cordova is probably one of the most stylish up and coming riders out there right now. He was turning heads left and right this year at the Dew Tour, and we are stoked to have a fresh video of him cruising some concrete parks and trails...
"When Brian Banghart isn't busy digging on his backyard dirt jumps or studying engineering he spends his time custom building 650cc go carts and dropping V8's into old Nissans." -Dylan Pfohl
"This edit is from the Brec skatepark in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Since this is the state's only concrete public park that is bike-friendly it's no surprise that this place is almost always packed with BMXers..." -Jon Rogers
Big airs, tech combos, and heavy bangers...Here's a taste of what went down during the vert prelims today at the pool outside the Hard Rock Hotel in Las Vegas. Jimmy Walker, Simon Tabron, Mike Mancuso, Coco Zurita, and more...
"Profile riders Jeff Klugiewicz, Trent McDaniel, Matt Coplon, and Mark Mulville were in town and where able to make it out to ride some street in Lakeland and Melbourne, Florida. They found a bunch of great spots to ride and got a lot done..."
Five and half minutes of all the bangers that went down tonight in Las Vegas on the dirt course including Kyle Baldock, Chris Doyle, Hucker Clark, and all the rest of the heavy hitters...
"I'm excited to showcase a bunch of riders that haven't perviously been featured much in my edits. A few of the usual suspects make an appearance, but for the most part this video is filled with fresh faces." -Brett Rohlfing
"The Boulder skatepark is widely regarded as one of the best parks in Colorado. Throw in a few amazing riders like Matt Cordova, Justin Brunner, Jake Farley, and Mat Olson and you have a recipe for a pretty rad session." -Dylan Pfohl
Want to see all the crazy runs that went down in park finals at the last stop of the 2011 Dew Tour? Stupid question...Of course you do. As always, we have you covered. Scotty Cranmer, Dennis Enarson, Daniel Dhers, and Brett Banasiewicz...
"In June of this year the city of Boulder, Colorado, opened one of the largest, outdoor, free bike parks in the country. Besides the miles of mountain bike trails there are actually some pretty fun dirt jumps..." -Dylan Pfohl
Todd Lyons presenting the #1 Dirt Jumper award to Chris Doyle at the 15th annual Ride BMX NORA Cup Awards at The Palms in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Woody Itson presenting the #1 Flatlander award to Moto Sasaki at the 15th annual Ride BMX NORA Cup Awards at The Palms in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Taj Mihelich presenting the #1 Street Rider award to Garrett Reynolds at the 15th annual Ride BMX NORA Cup Awards at The Palms in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Hollywood Mike Miranda presenting the #1 Racer award to Marc Willers at the 15th annual Ride BMX NORA Cup Awards at The Palms in Las Vegas, Nevada.
"Right around the time Jeff and I were ready to shoot a street edit his bike got stolen. Thanks to a number of generous Central Florida riders, Jeff got a bike back under him within a few weeks..."