"Streaming technology has been around for 10 years, and it still hasn't been mainstreamed. Why is that?" That was the provocative question posed by James Dias, vice president of marketing and sales of Sonic Foundry, during his well-attended session at the Streaming Media Pavilion Theater at InfoComm04. Dias went on to explain how streaming has suffered from being too difficult to use and too reliant on single videoscreen interfaces. But new products hitting the market are solving those ...

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