September 24, 2010 Leave a comment
I was fortunate enough to go to the Collaboration University in London this week and listen to some very smart people talk about Quickr and Sametime. It was particularly good to see and hear about Quickr 8.5 which had only been released 8 days before. I’m looking forward to testing Quickr integration with ECM in our lab which thanks to Rob Novaks presentation should be a lot easier (especially as this has not been properly documented yet).
Something that I notice more and more is the number of people using MacBooks. On the train each morning (whilst wedged in standing up in the middle of the carriage) I could see a several people using MacBooks whilst only three or four years ago they would have been a rarity. Even more surprising was that all the presenters at the sessions I went to at Collaboration University were using MacBooks, admittedly they were then running Windows or Linux VMs for the demos but it is clearly the machine of choice for those that can choose their own work computer.