Here’s an example of awesome technology working, but potentially at the wrong time. The Salesforce/Dreamforce keynote was interrupted during its Ustream streaming due to copyright protection.
Brian Walsh (@thepartycow) September 19, 2012
Have a look:
Oopsy. But maybe not? Apparently, this has happened before.
For you enterprise junkies, I’m sure that it’ll be fixed immediately, otherwise Benioff will go off on someone.
I want to let you know in regards to the Salesforce Keynote Ustream broadcast that this time period to be hidden off of their Ustream channel was pre-planned, approved and instructed by Salesforce.
I have no idea why Salesforce would do this, but Ustream clearly needs to fix their error messages. Also, Salesforce should have told their viewers this. But hey, at least Ustream gave me a tour and some candy.
Ustream is the pioneer in live social video streaming, boasting the largest global community with more than 80 million viewers and broadcasters. The company’s innovative cloud technology enables anyone – from entertainers to consumers, to companies to non-profit organizations – to easily connect and broadcast in real-time. Founded in 2007, Ustream is a San Francisco-based company that has grown to more than 160 employees within their San Francisco, Los Angeles, and Budapest offices. Company partners include Panasonic, Samsung, Logitech,...