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VBrick Presents Views of Integrated Collaboration in the Federal Government at Government Video Expo

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WALLINGFORD, CT--VBrick will have a significant presence at the 2009 Government Video Expo in Washington, D.C. VBrick’s director of federal sales and government industry veteran John Bowman will overview key IP Video related opportunities that government agencies can exploit immediately. In parallel, the company will survey event attendees on how they currently use video to carry out their agency’s goals and lead demonstrations of its VBrick Enterprise Media System (VEMS), from booth #216.

The Government Video Expo is the East Coast’s largest professional video event attended by more than 6,000 qualified government buyers and suppliers of video, AV, broadcast and multimedia technology.

Bowman will educate attendees on how to achieve seamless integration across streaming, video conferencing and collaboration technologies by referencing real world examples and applications for the Federal marketplace. His address will take place on Wednesday, Dec. 2 from 2:15 to 2:45pm ET.


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