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 UTC
Vern Hanzlik, Qumu President & CEO, and Cam Laughlin, BT Head of Product Management, Meetings Portfolio

Has your organization recently experienced the failure of a high profile live webcast? Is your team hesitant to leverage large-scale live webcasting due to the risk of broadcast or delivery meltdown? If so, this valuable presentation will restore your organization’s confidence in live video as a key enterprise communication channel.

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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No Room for Failure: Preventing Live Video Event Disasters

November 14, 2019—11:00 AM CDT | 5:00 PM BST | 4:00 PM UTC
Dude Poole, Qumu Senior Sales Engineer

Has your organization recently experienced the failure of a high-profile live webcast? Are your functional teams and departments hesitant to leverage large-scale live webcasting due to the risk of broadcast or delivery meltdown? Whether your organization is looking to eliminate the potential for a live event disaster—or acquire tips for quickly recovering when unanticipated issues occur—this interactive presentation will provide the tools necessary to restore confidence in live video as a primary enterprise communication method.

During this upcoming Webcast, Qumu Senior Sales Engineer Dude Poole will review a number of webcasting-related topics including infrastructure and architecture design, fault tolerance, redundancy, recovery and the use of backups. Attendees not currently running an enterprise streaming platform will gain strategies for designing a technology foundation to minimize potential failure, while those currently operating a platform will leave the presentation with tips for finding and addressing current weaknesses in network design and infrastructure.

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Success Stories: The Journey to Harnessing the Power of Video

December 12, 2019—11:00 AM CDT | 5:00 PM BST | 4:00 PM UTC
Scott Gilbert, Qumu Senior Director of Customer Support

The selection, implementation and adoption of an new video platform can seem like a daunting task. Yet every year, hundreds of companies across dozens of industry verticals accomplish it—successfully, and with a variety of tangible benefits. But what obstacles did they face? How did they overcome their challenges? And are these new video platforms generating real, measurable return on investment?

Join Qumu Senior Director of Customer Support Scott Gilbert as he shares a number of different enterprise video success stories from a variety of industries. In his review of each implementation, Scott will cover the company’s specific need for video, their system selection requirements, the challenges faced during implementation, and the post-implementation success criteria. In addition, each attendee will leave the session with a list of common cross-industry enterprise video drivers, and receive unlimited access to the recorded event to share with their colleagues, co-workers, IT team or enterprise video evaluation committee.

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We will be posting our next three Webcasts for registration (our October, November and December of 2019 events) within the next week or two. Feel free to bookmark this page and check back, or send us a quick inquiry using our Contact Us Form if you would like a quick update. Otherwise, feel free to watch any of our ten (10) recently completed events thru our Watch On Demand Portal.