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Broadcast media is undergoing wholesale change due to demands from consumers, competitors, and creative opportunity for new types of content. Virtualization at multiple points of the distribution and delivery network is recognized as the only way to meet these demands. This webcast will review in detail the technologies involved in the virtualization of broadcast media, from network, to master control centers, to edge device delivery.
Steve Reynolds, CTO, Imagine Communications
Steve Reynolds is Chief Technology Officer at Imagine Communications and responsible for the technical strategy and roadmap of the company, as well as managing business development, partner relationships, and M&A activity. Reynolds brings 20 years of technology leadership in the cable industry to Imagine Communications. At Comcast, he served as Senior Vice President of Premises Technology overseeing the strategy, roadmap and development of all technologies employed in service delivery to the customer premises. Prior to Comcast, Reynolds was Senior Vice President of Technology at OpenTV Incorporated, a world leader in digital and interactive television technology.
Host: Limor Schafman, Content Development Director, TIA
Are you ready for how AI, machine learning, and other future technology will affect content development?
The database revolution changed our relationship to data, making it reusable for different target audiences, contexts and situations. It also made it ready for flexible delivery to different apps and across many different platforms and media. But somehow these outcomes never fully transferred over to content. How can we bring this same revolution to content and win the same kind of enormous improvements that would prepare us for the future?
Structured content management enables organizations to store, organize and build their content so that pieces are easily discoverable, reusable, reconfigurable and adaptable. It provides the perfect solution for constructing large, complex documents, but also for delivering modular content to chatbots, portal sites, and mobile apps. But, more importantly, it is also key to future-proofing your content for emerging technological trends.
Join Paul Perrotta, sitting in for Scott Abel, and his special guest, Steffen Frederiksen, Founder and CSO of DitaExchange, for this free one-hour webinar. Attendees will learn what structured content management is and how it works. They will understand what benefits structured content can have for writers, project managers, business owners, IT departments and content consumers. They will also learn how to prepare their content to be fed into new technologies with practical examples from the field.
Funding is a major priority for virtually all research institutions, but finding and securing grants is a time-consuming and increasingly competitive process. To succeed you need to gain insight into the complicated funding landscape, discover hidden opportunities and make informed decisions.
In this webinar, you will learn about the key challenges in funding and how Elsevier’s Funding Institutional addresses them by supporting institutional staff across the funding workflow
Office 365 is more than just apps. It’s email, file sharing and collaboration. Threats are more than just malware. Phishing, ransomware, data leakage, accidental shares, insider threats, compromised accounts, compliance failures and regulatory violations are just few. How do you secure your cloud? Once, your options were limited. In this webinar we will discuss the transformative change that has made it possible to secure Office 365 with the same level of protection you would deploy in your own datacenter.
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Microsoft's new Secure Score is a great way to identify gaps.
Phishing is a threat that extends beyond email.
Advanced Threat Protection has some important limitations.
Security orchestration across Office 365 is as great a challenge as policy management across multiple SaaS.
Attendees will have an opportunity to check their own Office 365 environment for potential threats.
The Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA) TR-42 Telecommunications Cabling Systems Engineering Committee is issuing a Category 8 cabling systems update. Join this webcast to learn the details.
>> Mark Mullins - Global Communications Manager, Fluke Networks
Mark is one of the founding members of Fluke Networks, starting in 1993. He has been involved in all of the key areas of the business, including cable testing, network troubleshooting and analysis. He holds a B.S. in Computer Science and an MBA from the University of Washington.
>> Frank Straka - Product Line Manager, Panduit
Frank Straka manages Panduit’s copper and fiber cable product lines. Frank holds multiple degrees in both engineering and business, including a BSEE, MSEE, and MBA. He holds 26 patents in copper connectivity and cable design. Frank is active in the TIA TR42.7 standards group, which developing new standards to support new applications like 25 and 40GBASE-T, 100W PoE++ and NBASE-T. He has spoken at multiple conferences such as BICSI, IWCS, and the Ethernet Summit on new copper developments.
How to Win in the New Era of Connected Car, Where Terabytes-Per-Day Matter More Than Miles-Per-Gallon
Individuals expect their connected car and automated vehicle experiences to be akin to being in their homes or offices. Being a leader in this new ecosystem means tackling — and delivering value from — upwards of 1.5TB of data per day, per vehicle. The opportunity is enormous, but how do we get there? And what will the ride be like?
Join Elliot Katz, Partner and Chair of the Connected and Automated Vehicle Practice at McGuireWoods, and James Dawson, Global Head of Connected Car at Cisco Jasper, as they reveal:
· Who the dominant players are in the new connected car & automated vehicle ecosystem, and how it will evolve from here
· The biggest and fastest-growing opportunities in the ecosystem today
· How rules and regulations need to change to enable this growth
· What enterprises and OEMs need to know now to stay ahead and capitalize on the opportunity
Join Trina Gladwell, Divisional Vice President of Merchandise Process at Bealls Inc., and Sathish Gangichetty, Senior Solutions Architect at SAS, as they discuss why putting deeply insightful analytics into action in real time is crucial for great customer experiences.
Digital transformation is everywhere. It's in the networks of consumer data that tell a story of who we are and how we behave. It's in the bank branch or insurance agency that moves and shifts towards providing financial products through an online customer experience. It's in the palm of our hands as we text, swipe, and tap our way to faster answers and instant gratification.
Digital transformation is everywhere, and in order for businesses to benefit and stay competitive, they must join the advanced analytics game. Businesses will feel the biggest benefit and impact when they utilize big data, advanced analytics, artificial intelligence (AI), and digital decisioning technology to do the following:
– Automate operational decisions in real time with confidence
– Digitally transform their operations to not only impact business performance, but also, improve the customer experience
– Compete on analytics without extra headcount or hiring of data scientists
Through the power of data, machine learning, and digital decisioning technology, business users can quickly and accurately achieve the above business milestones — no data scientists required. From there the automation and digital transformation possibilities are limitless for creating a rich and seamless customer experience that will keep your business one step ahead of the competition.
Over the past 10 years, Scopus has emerged as the partner of choice in the fast-developing field of rankings. Join us for a discussion on the importance of A&I data to ranking organizations, and why they choose Scopus.
The Czech Republic stands amongst the leaders in the Central and Eastern European (CEE) region in regards to FDI attraction, with investors benefiting from incentives such as access to the EU Single Market and an educated workforce for a reasonable cost. Moreover, investors can also be assured of the country's economic stability, as evidenced by factors such as robust GDP growth, a sound fiscal position, and a low unemployment rate.
The high speeds expected from future 5G networks and the demands of dense data over those networks is leading to communications network densification. Data centers, a key component of high speed delivery, are redefining their role, becoming a part of the fog and moving increasingly to the edge. This webcast will cover the role micro data centers will play in community network communications infrastructure; their configuration and structure; use of artificial intelligence and virtualization; control systems and operations; and workforce needs.
>> Don Byrne, Managing Director, Metrix411
>> Phillip Marangella, VP of Business Development, Cloud and IoT Solutions, EdgeConneX
Release notes are a crucial part of customer communication for product companies. It seems too many organizations either do the bare minimum and hope no one notices, or simply accept an inefficient and expensive process. At Jorsek LLC, makers of easyDITA, they’ve been working on their release notes process for easyDITA and they have made some big improvements.
Join me, Scott Abel, The Content Wrangler, and my special guest, Mike Rice, Customer Success Manager for Jorsek LLC, for this free, one-hour webinar. Mike will take you through Jorsek’s process, tools, and results for the creation and production process for release notes.
Today’s communication services providers need to innovate at breakneck pace to satisfy fickle customers who demand more real-time information, and more interactive services, than ever before. They need infrastructure that is not just fast and always available, but flexible so they can quickly and easily incorporate new data sources, cloud services, presentation technologies and IoT devices into their service offerings.
In this webinar, Solace’s Amit Gothecha will use customer success stories to illustrate how Solace can help service providers become more agile using event-driven architecture (EDA) and microservices, and keep massive amounts of real-time data moving efficiently across hybrid cloud systems that seamlessly connect cutting-edge cloud environments with legacy on-premise infrastructure.
IBC365’s webinar on the cloud will examine how the technology has been adopted by the post-production, content management and playout sectors.
Three case studies from a post-production facility and two broadcasters provide the basis for a discussion about the adoption of cloud-based services and tools.
According to a recent IABM survey, some 85% of broadcast industry buyers plan to deploy cloud technology in the next three years.
Through a series of early adopter case studies, IBC365 will examine how vendors and technology suppliers have responded to this demand, whilst also looking at the changes broadcast and media businesses need to make in order to derive maximum benefit from the cloud.
Josh Derby, Vice President, Technology Development & Strategy, Discovery Communications
Tim Bertioli, Vice President, International Operations, VICE Media
Eben Clancy, Co-Founder and Managing Director, Phantom Sun Post Production
Age-related Macular Degeneration (AMD) is a severe eye disease and major cause of vision loss in elderly. AMD inhibits the ability to see objects directly ahead and causes irreversible, progressive decline in an individual’s independence and ability to perform daily activities. Across the EU, 17.1 million people are living with AMD, of which 2.5 million cases are the costlier late stage AMD. The total cost of managing the consequences is expected to be € 89.46 billion per year. New research found that savings of € 6.20 billion a year could be generated through the daily consumption of lutein and zeaxanthin.
Buzzwords can be daunting. Take artificial intelligence – everyone's talking about it, so you feel like if you're not using it to further your business goals, you're falling behind. The good news is the real action around AI is happening now through advancements in analytics – faster computing, more complex algorithms and intelligent analytical output. But, because computers don’t understand strategy, human integrity is needed to identify and implement your organization’s vision for embracing AI. In this webinar, join Intel and SAS for a discussion on what’s needed to enable AI and what industry use cases can support development of your strategy.
Level 5 autonomy for automotive and the broader intelligent transportation industry will require hyper broadband connectivity. Smart communities and corporations developing products and services for ubiquitous connectivity understand that it requires a holistic vision of a fully 5G-connected environment.
This webcast will discuss the work cities, and automotive suppliers and OEMs are doing to build infrastructure and transportation vehicles that will move from human driven, through connected to autonomous capabilities.
>> Jill North, Innovation Program Manager, Department of Transportation, City of San Jose
>> Robert Grant, Senior Director of Public Policy, Lyft
>> Jeff Stewart, Assistant Vice President, Global Public Policy, AT&T
>> Tim Weisenberger, Project Manager, Technical Programs, Ground Vehicle Standards, SAE International
Solace é líder global em mensageria e provê uma plataforma que interconecta empresas de ponta-a-ponta usando padrões de mercado. A plataforma de mensageria da Solace é o sistema nervoso para vários casos de uso onde existe o movimento de dados: nuvem híbrida, microserviços, arquiteturas orientadas a eventos, Big Data, Internet das Coisas entre outros. A Solace é uma solução que suporta múltiplos protocolos, linguagens de programação e padrões de troca de mensagens e que funciona tanto em nuvem pública e privada, como também localmente. Essa abrangência torna possível o que chamamos de Open Data Movement.
When considering a transition to SD-WAN, there are several important capabilities needed to suit an enterprise-grade network infrastructure. This webinar will cover critical SD-WAN features and how they translate to common deployment scenarios in different industries.
These features include:
- Overlay capability over MPLS, Broadband and LTE
- Unified and centralized management of the infrastructure
- Network segmentation with per-segment topologies
- Predictable Application SLA with centralized policies and real-time traffic steering
- Mature routing capabilities with BGP, OSPF, VRRP, and IGMP
- Robust zero-trust WAN security
The Avanan Cloud Security Platform is the next-generation cloud security platform that offers the industry's top-rated solutions for malware, phishing, data leakage, encryption, anomaly detection, shadow SaaS and more.
In this webinar, we will discuss why phishing has become the most pervasive threat to cloud security, spreading from cloud-based email like Office 365 and Gmail to other communication products like Slack and Skype.
We will will see why most phishing attacks are now specifically targeting SaaS customers and how SaaS-targeted attacks are both more dangerous and harder to detect.
Video surveillance solution providers have the opportunity to deliver greater value for their customers by capitalizing on the Internet of Things (IoT) and enhanced connectivity. Combining video analytics and big data, real-time response procedures, and emergency response systems are just some examples of how solution capabilities can be enhanced through the IoT. However, it isn’t just about greater value for existing customers; there is also potential for new applications and an expanded base of users.
This webinar will explore how customers can go beyond traditional security and safety applications by connecting video surveillance to other systems while also leveraging advanced video analytics. This webcast will provide example use cases as well as guidelines for building surveillance solutions to minimize risks while planning for future growth and new applications deployment.
Telecommunications Industry Association TR-41 committee developed the TIA-4953 (amplified telephones) and TIA-1083 (HAC performance for telephones) standards.
TIA has logos to provide the hearing-impaired community a simple and clear solution to identify telephones that meet hearing audio amplification and HAC performance needs per these standards.
This webcast will review the process to receive and use the logos, and additionally cover what standards work is underway at TIA for mobile telephone audio performance.
>> Jessica Trentman, Marketing Director, CaptionCall
>> Jeff Strickland, Director of R&D, Clarity Products
>> Jonathan Gray, Director of Sales, Clarity Products
>> Linda Kozma-Spytek, Research Audiologist, Technology Access Program, Gallaudet University
>> Don McKinnon, VP of Testing Services, AST Technology Labs
>> Stephanie Montgomery, VP Technology and Standards, TIA
Are you curious to know how biological augmentation will drive developments in anti-aging solutions and the reduction or elimination of infectious diseases? Are you interested in understanding what technologies will drive human thought evolution? Are you covering the innovation in implants and wearable’s that could have what may seem to be superhuman capabilities? Are you anxious to better understand new growth opportunities from industry experts on the future of humanity and what our world could look like in the next 30 years?
You only get one chance to make a first impression. For many brands, search is that first impression.
As organizations look for key opportunities to pilot AI projects, embed intelligence into their customer journeys and transition to two-way conversational experiences, there’s no better place to start than the search box.
Join Karl Hampson, Managing Director, AI and Palak Patel, Sr. Digital Strategist at Solstice, as they detail how enterprises are elevating their search experiences by replacing the search box with AI-powered conversational interfaces to better serve their customers needs.
Webinar attendees will gain key insights on:
- The current state of search experiences with the end of Google Search Appliance
- The rise of natural language interactions and conversational UX (chatbots, voice, etc.)
- A clear path towards a fully AI-driven search experience
- And much more!
Regulatory conditions are preventing many banks from consolidating in the market, and there is evidence to support those financial institutions will need to re-engineer their own businesses and internal environments, transform current models to remain relevant, nurture and grow their customer bases.
As part of this process, preparing internal IT environments and developing differentiating capabilities will be key in highly competitive markets and innovation before the adoption of the new ‘Fintech ecosystems’ or “fintegration” (i.e. the marrying up of banks and Fintechs) will be pivotal in the banking industry’s fight to maintain their current business and grow. Join David Harvey, Senior Principal, Banking Practice, NTT Data Services, and guest speaker Richard Price, Sales Director – FSI UK & Ireland, TIBCO.
You will learn:
- Trends, Implications, Challenges and Proposed Solutions
- Internal preparation of your IT Environment for the new Digital banking Economy
- Approaches on how to better prepare for new technologies through Open APIs
- How to set up infrastructure and workflows to align Data Governance and Security in preparation for Open Banking.
As farmers grapple with how they will feed an increasing global population, the need to harness data and analytics has become more critical. Changing diets, demand for healthier food options, and decreasing water availability are just some of the challenges that face agriculture today. Combine that with global market volatility and rising input costs such as water, chemicals, seeds, and more and it is harder than ever for farmers to be profitable and sustainable.
As Proagrica searched for ways to help the agriculture industry use data-driven decision making for crops and livestock production, they decided to adopt HPCC Systems® as their big data partner. HPCC Systems not only delivered a scalable, resilient and secure platform, but it also met their projected future expansion needs.
Join Jeff Bradshaw, Group CTO for Adaptris within Proagrica and Flavio Villanustre, Vice President of Technology for HPCC Systems, as they discuss how they implemented HPCC Systems and the Adaptris enterprise service bus to incorporate massive, diverse data sets from within complex, secure environments. Jeff and Flavio will share insights on best implementation practices to deliver clean/quality data, provide data security, and deliver the real-time analytics their customers demanded.
In this webcast, Proagrica will share their mission and their experiences with:
· The open source, end to end big data processing platform, HPCC Systems
· Rapid development with a growing set of real time data sources
· Seamlessly integrating with existing infrastructure to simplify deployment and management capabilities
· Real-time data ingestion and flexible stream processing from massively diverse data sets
· Enabling real-time analytics while providing for data security
IBC365’s second webinar on IP will offer practical insights on building IP-based broadcast facilities.
The webinar will feature presentations from three media firms working with IP, including case studies from broadcasters working with end-to-end IP and one systems integrator who is providing IP tools and services.
The switch from SDI to IP-based broadcast studios is now well under way. Going fully IP will allow broadcasters unparalleled flexibility from production to workflow to playout.
Through a series of early adopter case studies, IBC365 will examine how broadcasters and suppliers are meeting this transition and what real-world benefits the IP revolution can bring broadcasters, vendors and audiences.
Cyberattacks cost companies over $1 million per day and the video game industry is being targeted more than ever. The global audience is huge and growing across demographics. The number of platforms, from personal computers, consoles and hand-helds to smartphones and tablets, makes a smorgasbord of vulnerable users.
And then the bad guys get to work. Accounts are hacked to rip off virtual items your users have invested time and money on, and real-world identification and financial information is harvested for sale. All told, DoS attacks piss off users and drop game income, and more.
Game publishers and developers are the ones who end up shouldering the blame, taking massive financial and reputational hits. But there are increasingly sophisticated ways to lock out the hackers, keep your users safe, and your intellectual property secure.
Join this VB Live event to learn from digital security experts about the four key perimeters of defense, how to proactively secure your environment, and protect against the increasing number of hacks, DDoS attacks, and more.
Register here for free.
You’ll learn about:
* How to prevent data breaches, SQL injections, cross-site scripting, remote file inclusion, and other cyberattacks.
* Integrating cloud and on-premises solutions
* How to handle larger, Internet-scale attacks
* Preventing the reputation hit that hacked accounts or downed sites bring
* Ryan Safarian, VP Engineering, JumpRamp Games
* Arash S.Haghighi, Manager of Infrastructure, Smilegate West
* Stewart Rogers, Analyst-at-Large, VentureBeat
* Rachael Brownell, Moderator, VentureBeat
The SciVal API allows you to programmatically retrieve metrics for use in your own software applications.
Join Martin Edling Andersson (Senior SciVal Product Manager) & Joe Riess (Principal Software Engineer) for an introduction to the new SciVal API, what it is, where it can be accessed and how it can be utilized. Joe, who built the SciVal API, will give a demonstration of how you can create a small application using the SciVal API and Scopus APIs together.
An API stands for Application Programming Interface, and it provides a way for programs to talk to one another. The SciVal API gives access to a comprehensive basket of metrics for researchers (Scopus Author profiles) and all 8,500+ institutions available in SciVal.
The API returns data machine-readable format that enables software, rather than humans using the scival.com platform, to use the data. Consequently, this allows developers to write programs that automatically extract metrics from SciVal periodically, and use that data in their Institutional Repository systems, websites and for richer visualizations in tools like Tableau.
In 2013, GOV UK, the government services website for the United Kingdom, won the prestigious D&AD Black Pencil for its contribution to moving content forward as a design discipline. Since then GOV UK has been name-checked and modeled around the world as *the* way to do public sector content. And yet, aside from those who are really “in the know,” the practice of content design is still little known outside of government content circles. And inside of government, many people talk about it, but not many know how to do it well.
Join me, Scott Abel, The Content Wrangler, and my special guest, Padma Gillen, of Scroll UK, for this free, one-hour webinar. Formerly Head of Content Design for the UK's Government Digital Service, Padma has been at the heart of this emerging discipline since its earliest days. He now teaches others how to do it, and helps organizations rebuild their entire content function around the principles of user needs, designing with data and agile content production.
In this webinar, Padma will introduce you to these principles and explain how to incorporate them into your approach. Attendees will learn how to place the needs of users at the heart of your content strategy, apply agile methods to content production, and learn to understand the governance models needed to improve your content significantly.
This is the age of data science. We have more data, computing power and software packages than ever before, and we’re driving real value with data science. But challenges remain: fragmented and dirty data, collaboration issues, and long project cycle times.
Keys to success: a ‘data-first’ approach, enabling collaboration, and a focus on prediction. Cloudera Data Science delivers the unified platform you need for rapid time to value with the most advanced machine learning techniques, including deep learning.
In recent years, there have been many innovative products and evolving new technologies for consumer electronics. These disruptions are boosting the semiconductor and electronics manufacturing industries to the next level, especially with the advent of Internet of Things (IoT). A smart electronic system is identified as a broad class of miniature and intelligent devices that are ubiquitously connected and energy efficient. They incorporate functionalities like sensing, actuation, and control. The convergence scenario of smart electronics systems and IoT will enable emerging technologies, such as smart home, smart city, Industry 4.0/smart factories, smart mobility, smart packaging, and smart health and wellness.
Ten years ago, The Content Wrangler published details about a survey that found most documentation managers don’t use metrics as a performance measure. Has that changed? Have documentation managers stuck to their old, metric-less ways, or have they all become “quants” in 10 years’ time?
Join me, Scott Abel, The Content Wrangler, and my special guest, Barry Saiff, CEO of Saiff Solutions. Barry is the author of The Seven Habits of Highly Effective Technical Communications Leaders, and a 30-year veteran documentation leader. He will lead a discussion about the ins and outs of calculating costs and return on investment for documentation projects.
Attendees will learn from the results of a real-world case study of a technical documentation project that required technical writing, technical illustrations, and a couple of key metrics: cost per page and pages per date. You’ll learn how difficult it was for the team to track, calculate, and report these seemingly simple numbers and how they overcame these challenges. You’ll discover the connection between measurement and process design and learn valuable lessons that should help you avoid getting lost in the weeds of data- and cost-tracking.
The convergence of systems such as heating, cooling, and lighting could lead to substantial savings for the real estate industry. This trend toward a digital ceiling architecture is gaining traction in Smart Buildings. Learn how fiber cabling is being integrated into this new architecture.
Both predictive and prognostic biomarkers constitute a central element in all targeted drug discovery and development strategies. Rapid technological advances facilitating accurate and sensitive detection of disease biomarkers have enabled enhanced management of several disorders, including cancer and diabetes. Biomarker advancements are likely to pave the way for personalized and precision medicine strategies in the future. Furthermore, there is a substantial unmet need for noninvasive or minimally invasive screening technologies. Hence, liquid biopsy methods that leverage molecular biomarkers to enable the early detection of oncological indications using biofluids samples will witness rapid adoption. Biomarkers will also be relevant in the detection and monitoring of lifestyle diseases such as diabetes and obesity. Apart from early screening and treatment profiling, biomarker-based research may even open novel paradigms for drug discovery and development across these indications.
Expert Insight You Will Not Want to Miss:
· Discover novel liquid biopsy platforms enabling enhanced cancer management
· Explore biomarker opportunities for diabetes management
· Learn about minimally invasive cancer screening technologies
· Understand the impact of biomarker studies in enabling precision medicine
Governments across the globe are addressing the growing menace of traffic congestion. One way to address this issue in the future is to make use of the underutilized domestic airspace for mobility. The only vehicle available now for urban air mobility is the helicopter. Unfortunately, it is bulky, expensive and noisy, making it unsuitable for mainstream urban air mobility use. Thus, a vehicle that can be used for aerial mobility in the future is needed. The flying car space is hectic, with new players from various industries entering the race to build flying cars. Funding has also been brisk, with several companies raising funds or being acquired by established players from the automotive industry.