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Interop Las Vegas: 10 Cool Products

From video conferencing knockouts to data protection tools, intriguing new products are on tap at Interop Las Vegas 2013. Take a closer look.
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Cloud-based provider Blue Jeans Network will show off its videoconferencing technology at the show. The company recently debuted its iPad and iPhone apps allowing for greater interoperability for meetings on-the-fly. Described as room-to-remote features, Blue Jeans helps tear down office walls by connecting mobile workers with their in-office through mobile devices. The mobile device apps flesh out the company's suite of diverse endpoints that Blue Jeans unifies into one meeting experience. Users can take advantage of business and consumer endpoints, including Cisco, Skype Lifesize, Microsoft Lync and Polycom, among others, to hook up to a meeting.

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