Interviewed by Midori Connolly of Pulse Staging and Events at the Virtual Edge Summit 2012 in San Diego, Sales Director for vcopious Elizabeth Davenport demonstrates new features of the VC2, virtual business environment application. Elizabeth showcases how easy it is to broadcast multiple webcams live into a virtual environment. The VC2 allows up to 4 [...]
Interviewed by Max Gerstein of UBM Studios at the Virtual Edge Summit 2012 in San Diego, vcopious CEO Ken Hayward discusses the future of Digital Destinations and the many applications of Virtual Business Environments. As CEO of vcopious, a software solution that gives its customers total choice and control over their Virtual Business Environment, Ken is [...]
A Virtual Product Launch is truly global due to its accessibility online. Any potential customer is able to view the launch and its associated information via the internet. This access is extended by having language localization enabled presenting the launch in the potential customer’s language. Traditional launches require a mass of additional time and energy spent on international launch projects to achieve a truly global reach.
Event organizers, Virtual Edge Institute, brought together thought leaders, pioneers and an all-star cast of companies and organizations to share their knowledge. Seminars covered a range of topics; from helping those considering their first virtual event, to evolving virtual strategies and monetization for those that had already proved the concept as viable for their business.
Ken was asked to discuss the topic “Emerging trends and the future of Digital Destinations”. Following a brief recap of 2011, Ken was quizzed on vcopious’ unique positioning as the only virtual business environment provider that offers software ownership options for its VC2 server, as well as software as a service options.
January’s Virtual Edge Summit lets you learn what you want — the way you want! We’ve got deep-dive presentations, 15-minute snippets, 30-minute conversations, interview sessions and technology demos. We’ve even got a physical tour of virtual events! Design your own day, and get just what you need!
In the age of digital media and online technology many companies and organizations are turning to virtual environments and virtual spaces to maximize resources, time and user interactions. The question arises: “What are virtual environments and virtual spaces?” Think of this as a small crash course. Let’s start with the text book definition.
vcopious is headed by CEO Ken Hayward the former founder and Chairman of VSpan, the Philadelphia based multipoint video conferencing service provider sold to Wire One that eventually became BT Conferencing. Ken knows a thing or two about the service provider business and he has always tried to be on the very early edge of adoption.
Digital Dharma director Dafna Yachin explains: “We wanted to be able to share this advance private screening with some key audiences that have a special interest in the story. The unique vcopious interactive arena will allow these remote virtual guests to participate as if they were actually attending the live event. The audience will then be able to participate in a Q&A session following the screening.”
copious received funding from Emerald Stage 2, Benjamin Franklin Technology Partners, MAG, and Silicon Valley Bank to support aggressive expansion efforts. In addition vcopious announced that SIEMENS Corporation has signed a multi-year agreement to purchase the vcopious VC2 Professional virtual business environments appliance with long-term support.