QAD Talks Google Glass at Streaming Media West 2013
Google Glass is still in beta, but one enterprising company is already figuring out how to use its video recording feature in the office. At the recent Streaming Media West conference in sunny Huntington Beach, California, Scott Lawson, director of IT architecture for enterprise resource planning software company QAD, sat down for a red carpet interview to explain how his company is already finding uses for Google Glass.
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