5 Ways To Get Even More Out Of Zoomtopia

From virtual workstations to product launches, DTEN promises its biggest presence ever at the 2020 Zoom user conference.  

Zoomtopia is an annual highlight for all of us who regularly use – and appreciate – video collaboration. Even as the show goes virtual this year, it promises to deliver exciting new product demos, insightful educational sessions and valuable networking opportunities. 

And as a 2020 Platinum Sponsor, DTEN has more to offer you at Zoomtopia than ever. Here are 5 key ways to find and interact with us at the show: 

  1. Explore visual use cases in 3D settings. DTEN products will be showcased in five virtual settings: home offices, in-office “phone booths,” virtual classrooms, telehealth and remote reception. Each setting allows you to experience workplace scenarios, drill down to see specific product usages and access detailed specifications. 
  1. Learn about “democratizing technology” a thought leadership session. As Nia Celestin, DTEN’s Head of Marketing  recently blogged, video collaboration is at a tipping point in 2020. Even after the pandemic, our work and home lives will never be the same; this presentation talks about the coming changes.
  1. See Zoom for Home-DTEN ME up close and personal. Everybody is talking about our new personal, all-in-one video collaboration device, designed for home and individual workstations. At Zoomtopia, you have the opportunity to see exactly why Zoom for Home – DTEN ME is creating so much buzz. (Hint: it’s part amazing experience and part affordable price.) 
  1. Be the first to know about our latest product launch. It wouldn’t be Zoomtopia without a new release from DTEN! Get ready for something new and innovative! 
  1. Get a jumpstart on Zoomtopia. If you can’t wait for the show, you can request a DTEN demo right now at http://www2.dten.com/zoomtopia-request-demo

One last tip: Zoomtopia is filling up fast. If you haven’t registered, I urge you to do it right now by clicking here

Zoomtopia is scheduled for October 14-15, 2020. 

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