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QUMU Corporation Accessibility Statement
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Knowledge Center

Sweat the Small Stuff: Tips for Running a Live Event All By Yourself

As remote work quickly becomes the new normal, enterprises of all sizes are figuring out how to provide the best work-at-home experience for the long run—while still maintaining the required levels of compliance, security and data privacy.

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But how can organizations strike the required balance between ease of implementation and pinpoint control, while still supporting a sustainable, self-service video culture?

Join Qumu Knowledge Manager Karen Van Wert as she reviews the most overlooked pieces of delivering a successful live video event. Karen will cover topics including:

  • Preparing hardware
  • Using backup power and spares
  • Optimizing content for peak performance
  • Testing audience engagement components
  • Avoiding interruptions
  • Planning for unexpected occurrences
  • And more!

Attendees will leave this session with tons of expert tips and advice, as well as Karen’s personal pre-event checklist for running a successful live video event with little or no support.

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