A Wrap on Web 2.0 Expo

Peter Uchytil, Andrew Kellam, Andrew Mottaz, and Josh Chaney at the ProtoShare booth.


We’ve been so busy since coming back from the Web 2.0 Expo San Francisco, that we haven’t had time to post an update. The event went really well: we met many interesting and intelligent people, generated some very good leads, and demoed the new features and benefits of ProtoShare 3.0 to hundreds of people. We also engaged in some good discussions about Canvas, HTML 5, the web as a development platform, and the future of collaboration. There are many exciting, and useful, technologies on the horizon that will make it into ProtoShare.

ProtoShare 3.0 Announcement in Times Square, NYC

Not surprisingly, the Expo also had many presentations and discussions on mobile development and design, with particular emphasis on the iPhone. And if there was any debate, we saw even more evidence supporting the transition of Enterprise players into cloud computing and SaaS applications.

Bill Cullifer, of the Web Buyer’s Guide, has a short interview at Web 2.0 Expo with Site9 Co-Founder Blake Johnson.

Director Business Development, Andrew Kellam, discussing ProtoShare.

Site9 CEO, Andrew Mottaz, and Director Sales, Josh Chaney, meet with a customer.

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