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CrowdOptic announced the successful integration of its live interactive streaming solution with the Slack team communication tool, bringing enterprise live-streaming from wearable and Internet of Things (IoT) devices to the Slack messaging platform.

This integration with Slack follows closely behind CrowdOptic’s rtoecent integration with Cisco Jabber at UCSF Medical Center that allows physicians wearing smart glasses to collaborate, broadcast, and share perspectives in real time through the Jabber application.

By incorporating its secure, encrypted, and HIPAA-compliant live-streaming capabilities with a typical Slack channel, CrowdOptic has firmly positioned itself as the standard in live-streaming from wearable and IoT devices for the enterprise.

About CrowdOptic

CrowdOptic develops middleware for wearables that allows enterprises to manage wearable computing devices in the field from a single platform. CrowdOptic’s software includes a centralized enterprise management console, as well as various device-side connectors, to give enterprises the ability to deploy a range of wearable computing applications, from live-streaming to context-aware computing. CrowdOptic’s middleware for wearables has been implemented in the field service, healthcare, sports & entertainment, and security industries.

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