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Mediasite EVP, Starin President Discuss Trends in BYOD

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Watch Rob Lipps, executive vice president, Mediasite by Sonic Foundry, discusses trends in BYOD technology in the below video.

Bill Mullan, president of Starin Marketing, shares his thoughts on the "systemic changes in the workplace," and the role of BYOD.

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