SANTA CRUZ, USA: Plantronics from its barrio declared that Joe Burton, CTO and SVP of Technology, Development and Strategy, and Cary Bran, senior director of Innovation and New Ventures and the head of PLT Labs, will be speaking at Enterprise Connect 2014, on related topics that address the opportunities on the rise which are aimed at businesses to be able to power wearable technology in the enterprise.
Plantronics has stood as a wearable technology pioneer for decades, developing and delivering personal audio solutions that are used by millions to communicate. By way of its advances in on-board sensor technology and its open APIs, the company has moved the classic headset beyond audio and transformed it into a wearable device and platform that opens up novel avenues for workplace efficacy and enhanced workflows.
Burton’s session, “Impact and Opportunities: Wearable Tech In the Enterprise,” will address advances in big data, analytics, cloud, contextual information, wearable tech, sensors, and mobility, and rough draft as to how this perfect storm of technologies is assisting to redefine the future of enterprise efficiency and collaboration.
Cary Bran, senior director of Innovation and New Ventures for Plantronics and head of PLT Labs, will co-present with Tom Richards, product management lead on Desktop Video Collaboration for Cisco, about advances cleaved in communications and collaboration related to context-aware computing, wearable devices and mobility.
In addition, Bran will also present at the WebRTC Conference, an event co-located with the Enterprise Connect show. In the course of that conferences’ demo session, Bran will show how the Plantronics Voyager Legend and PLT Labs Wearable Concept 1, integrate with WebRTC environments.