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Conferencing: C Port's Work Paradigm Enables Enhanced Collaboration

May 31, 2011

A provider of mobile unified collaboration solutions, C PORT has unveiled a brand new work paradigm called C CUBE.

A cubicle environment, C CUBE represents a revolutionary transformation of how people work and collaborate in an increasingly untethered, cloud-based world, said company officials.

The wall of C CUBE is formed by a large, touch-enabled display, which allows the user to instantaneously access all information and functionality currently resident on PCs and laptops. In addition, it also enables all four major forms of remote collaboration -- audio conferencing; high definition video conferencing and telepresence; Web conferencing; and interactive white boarding, said company officials.

The core of every C CUBE experience includes collaboration tools that are all fully integrated into a multi-touch LCD display called C View -- varying in sizes of 22", 32", 42", 52", 55" and even 70" inches, according to company officials.

From the C CUBE, users can instantly access files with a touch of the finger, and work can be saved, printed or e-mailed directly, said company officials.

Developed and designed by C PORT Solutions, the C VIEW display contains all the hardware and software necessary to enable complete functionality. Plus, it also deploys C PORT’s latest generation NAV PORT user interface, which controls the use of the collaboration tools.

“Strategic thinking and idea creation are accelerated by demystifying technology which leads to instantaneous collaborative proficiency,” said Lee Hicks, founder and CEO of C PORT Solutions.

And most importantly, better decisions will be made faster and communicated more easily, Hicks said, adding that this results in the fastest path from the ideas of knowledge workers to the impact they can have on the organizations’ bottom line.

Earlier in May, Rubbermaid Healthcare in collaboration with C PORT Solutions introduced MEDI PORT solution.

Anshu Shrivastava is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of Anshu’s articles, please visit her columnist page.

Edited by Tammy Wolf