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Webinar: Leverage Existing Video End Points and Infrastructure with Webcasting
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I'll be moderating a webinar for Talkpoint on how companies can leverage their existing infrastructures with webcasting. The date is August 19th, 2014 at 11:00am EST, and speakers will include Adam Bell, Global Digital Marketing, from Mastercard, and Paul Leninger, Marketing Manager at GENBAND. Here's the description. You can register for the webinar by clicking here.
Many enterprises that have made significant investments into video conferencing endpoints and infrastructure are looking to better leverage their investments for all aspects of business communications. With highly dispersed workforces, customers and partners, businesses require effective webcasting technology that is easy-to-use, engaging and more affordable while not sacrificing sophisticated functionality. This webinar will discuss the evolving trends in webcasting and the imperative for IT to integrate existing video conferencing assets within corporate webcasts to not only deliver high-impact presentations, but also to get greater ROI from their existing investments. During the webinar, you’ll learn:
• How enterprises can enhance their reach and productivity through the use of webcasting
• How to leverage existing video endpoints and infrastructure investments for SaaS-based webcasting
• How shifting user behaviors, the onset of consumerization and the resulting BYOD trend are prompting a greater use of webcasting
• Examples from leading corporate brands on the impact of integrating video conferencing assets for high-impact webcasts
By way of background, I've used the Talkpoint self-service webcast platform, Convey, for multiple webinars, which you can read about in my review in Streaming Media Magazine. Here's my impression from the review.
TalkPoint did an exceptional job making its top-flight technology accessible to novice users, with enough hidden but unlockable features to satisfy advanced designers and video production types. Convey offers an extensive feature set, very robust operation, high quality output, and scalability up to 10,000 viewers or more.
In this webcast, you'll learn about Convey, and you'll hear how two high-profile companies integrated Convey with their existing videoconferencing infrastructure.
In advance of the webcast, you can download a Frost & Sullivan white paper entitled Self-Service Webcasting has Arrived here. In the white paper, you'll learn how to affordably and efficiently extend the reach of your marketing, training and communications efforts with self-service webinars.
You can register for the webinar by clicking here.