Video has reached a tipping point. The majority of enterprises are already sold on the merits of video as a business-critical communication tool, productivity enabler, and essential content marketing element.
We recently teamed up with our business partner Paul Ritter of Interactive Media Strategies to create the 2016 Business Video Communications survey. The groundbreaking research study will compile insights from business leaders, HR professionals, marketing innovators, CIOs, and IT professionals like yourself on the business use of video communications.
To take the survey please click on the image above.
Webcasting technology has been around for the better part of fifteen years, and it is quickly becoming the de facto method for efficient, and cost-effective communication. Advancements in webcasting technology has made it much easier for companies and their employees to attend web conferences, and more importantly conduct them.
There isn’t a webcasting bible you can pick up at your local Barnes & Noble to learn how to prepare for your first presentation. Most companies are still novices when it comes to webcasting, but that doesn’t need to be the case. Today we’ll provide a few tips that can help get your first broadcast off to a rousing start.
Your company has just brought on a webcasting provider and you have been asked to conduct the first presentation. What do you do, and where do you start?
With webcasting technology being utilized by more and more organizations, we want to provide you with a few useful tips on getting ready for your first webcast presentation.
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