Zoom as a Streaming Engine: The Evolution of Legacy Video Conferencing

October 24, 2019—10:00 AM CDT | 4:00 PM BST | 3:00 PM UTCVern Hanzlik, Qumu President & CEO, and Cam Laughlin, BT Head of Product Management, Meetings Portfolio


Within most organizations, video conferencing applications are still being used to facilitate internal communication and real-time collaboration. But more and more firms are realizing their inherent limitations: the inability to reach more than a small group of users without technical issues, the difficulty in capturing and managing video meetings as stored assets, and the complexity involved with setting up and running team-to-many events. Fortunately, technologies exist that can turn next generation video conferencing applications into self-service, large-scale live streaming engines that overcome all of these issues—and more.

Join Qumu President and CEO Vern Hanzlik and BT Head of Product Management, Meetings Portfolio Cam Laughlin, as they review how global organizations are leveraging streaming platforms to transition away from legacy conferencing solutions. During this Webcast Vern and Cam will discuss how forward-thinking firms are turning Zoom and other next-gen video conferencing tools into a full-featured, self-service streaming engine—and also explore the scalability of streaming technology, the debate between best-of-breed and common stack, and the ongoing shift by Global 2000 organizations to hybrid autonomous computing.

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Delivered Via Qumu Cloud
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Worldwide, Online

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