We’ve heard their predictions on everything from web collaboration to educational technologies and more. Now Wainhouse Research’s Alan Greenberg and Steve Vonder Haar are taking a shot at making consumer tech predictions.
Find out where they think drones, 3D video and VR will fit into your future enterprise and academic video plans.
Steve Vonder Haar
Steve is a senior analyst with Wainhouse Research, focusing on enterprise streaming and webcasting. He has covered the technology industry for more than 20 years and, most recently, served as Research Director of Interactive Media Strategies – an analyst firm that tracked the enterprise streaming and webcasting market. At IMS, Steve authored more than 100 research reports and produced more than 150 webcasts addressing the key trends shaping the online video and audio adoption in business communications. Previously, Steve worked as Director of Media and Entertainment Strategies for the Yankee Group, and was a technology industry reporter for publications including Ziff-Davis’ Interactive Week, the Fort Worth Star-Telegram and the Dallas Times-Herald. He is a graduate of the University of Missouri Columbia with degrees in Journalism and Economics. He also holds a Masters in Business Administration from the University of Texas-Arlington. Twitter: @StreamingSteve
lan D. Greenberg
Alan is a leading industry expert in collaboration and conferencing applications for education and training. With 25+ years’ experience as a consultant, analyst and strategist, he has deep insight and experience in the technology and trends that shape successful educational institutions, especially web conferencing, lecture capture and video-centric solutions. He also covers learning relationship management, educational analytics and unified communications used for education and e-learning. Alan has consulted extensively to organizations, vendors and service providers, publishing numerous white papers, research notes and webinars. He’s a Burke Institute-trained focus group moderator and winner of the 2010 U.S. Distance Learning Association Outstanding Leadership Award. Alan has keynoted and presented at dozens of educational and training events including USDLA, Online Educa, ED NET, BbWorld and ATD. He holds an M.A. from the University of Texas at Austin and a B.A. from Hampshire College, Amherst MA.