Join DDN, FilmPartners, and Broadcast Engineering for an in-depth discussion on the Unified Workflow solution created by tightly integrating DDN's xSTREAMscaler and MXFserver 5.0. With experts from FilmPartners and DDN, moderated by Michael Grotticelli of Broadcast Engineering you will not want to miss this webinar as we go over all the details, take questions from the audience and show examples of real-world success.Read more >
Join DDN, FilmPartners, and Broadcast Engineering for an in-depth discussion on the Unified Workflow solution created by tightly integrating DDN’s xSTREAMscaler and MXFserver 5.0. With experts from FilmPartners and DDN, moderated by Michael Grotticelli of Broadcast Engineering you will not want to miss this webinar as we go over all the details, take questions from the audience and show examples of real-world success.Read more >
The Broadcast Quality Generation—they are out there, right now, trying to access your videos, expecting them to work flawlessly, on any device…just like the FIFA World Cup 2014. But this is no simple football match. Scoring a goal with this generation by providing broadcast quality digital experiences could very well mean the success of your business.
More than any other, this generation is reshaping how organizations build and deliver digital content. In this webinar, you’ll learn about the Broadcast Quality Generation, how their expectations impact the way you need to deliver videos and websites, and some of the techniques that top broadcasters are employing to create instantaneous, instantly available digital experiences. We’ll explore:
- The expectations that shape the Broadcast Quality Generation
- How leading media companies have reshaped their publishing workflows to be more “real-time”
- Critical components for providing digital experiences at broadcast quality
- The top five techniques major broadcasters are using right now to improve digital content publishing efficiency
Join RWA on this webcast to review the FCC’s 600 MHz Broadcast Incentive Auction, which is scheduled for 2015.
Background: On May 15, 2014, the FCC adopted the Incentive Auction Report and Order detailing the extremely complicated 600 MHz Broadcast Incentive Auction, which will make additional low-band spectrum available to meet consumers’ skyrocketing demand for mobile broadband services. The FCC’s Order addresses the 600 MHz band plan, geographic licensing areas, repacking procedures, opportunities for carriers to obtain reserve spectrum licenses and the Incentive Auction processes. This extremely complicated auction involves three interwoven parts: (1) a reverse auction that will recover spectrum from television broadcasters who voluntarily give up some or all of their spectrum rights in exchange for incentive payments; (2) repacking of those broadcasters that remain on the air after the auction has been completed; and (3) a forward auction through which the FCC will license the reclaimed 600 MHz spectrum to wireless providers. The Incentive Auction is considered wireless providers’ last opportunity to secure low-band spectrum licenses at auction for the foreseeable future. This webcast will address Incentive Auction processes, as well as post-auction and regulatory issues.
Join Dan Rather as he shares leadership principles of the world’s most powerful leaders and how small businesses can benefit from them in the Verizon Small Business Ready Webinar Series.
For more than 40 years, former CBS News anchor and 60 Minutes correspondent Dan Rather has been the embodiment of the intrepid broadcast journalist. From the Kennedy assassination—where he was the first to break the news that the president had been killed—to the Indian Ocean tsunami, he has covered every major story of our time, with distinction and a fierce dedication to hard news. For his unparalleled devotion to his craft, he was named the 2012 recipient of the Edward R. Murrow Award for Lifetime Achievement.
Rather’s reporting skills are legendary, and his single-minded pursuit of the story has taken him to datelines as far ranging as Vietnam, Afghanistan, Iraq, China, Russia, and Cuba.
On the domestic front, Rather has covered every presidential campaign since 1952. Rather’s latest journalistic venture is the hard-edged news show Dan Rather Reports, broadcasted on AXS TV, on which he acts as both host and managing editor. With his renowned in-depth interviews and his love of investigative reporting, Rather is able to accurately report on major issues facing our nation today. From politics and the global economy to international affairs and the environment, he gives each story the time and commitment that it deserves.
In May 2012 his memoir, Rather Outspoken: My Life in the News, was published.
As the dynamics of where and how we work change, so are the dynamics of how we meet and communicate. Skype for Business enables a new kind of modern meeting experience where you can join scheduled and ad-hoc meetings with one tap and take advantage of a high-definition video and audio experience. In Office 365 Microsoft is also about to release an exciting set of cloud-based voice and meeting capabilities to enhance this experience regardless of location or device.
With these new cloud services, we will bring traditional telephone calling and conferencing into Office 365, as well as the ability to have a meeting with up to 10,000 people at once. Discover how the latest Office 365 services can help improve communication and collaboration in your company.
Join this webcast to see the new capabilities first hand including:
•Skype Meeting Broadcast enables the broadcast of a Skype for Business meeting to up to 10,000 people, who can attend in a browser on nearly any device. Skype Meeting Broadcast makes it easy to host large virtual meetings like internal “town hall”-style meetings and public webinars.
•PSTN Conferencing allows people invited to a Skype for Business meeting in Office 365 to join the meeting by dialing in using a landline or mobile phone. PSTN Conferencing in Office 365 will also allow people to add others to a meeting by dialing out.
•Cloud PBX with PSTN calling provides people the ability to make and receive traditional phone calls in their Skype for Business client, and manage these calls with features like hold, resume, forward and transfer.
Organizations globally have realized the proven benefits DevOps brings - reduced organizational friction, frequent deployments and tighter feedback loops. Benefits that originate with automating the deployment pipeline. But the reality is that DevOps is more than automation.
Join as we dive deeper into what makes DevOps real.
In this webinar, we cover:
"Why DevOps?" through the lens of Incident Response
The importance of shared operational responsibility on organizational culture
Why reliable alerting means both tools and people
How aggregating alerts helps to maintain situational awareness
Originally broadcast in partnership with Devops.com.
Webinars are a critical, proven lead generation tactic that can fuel your pipeline with buyers across all stages. However, not all B2B marketers are maximizing their webinar efforts to see the best ROI.
Join the BrightTALK Academy live with Salesforce as their webinar lead shares critical learnings from executing 100+ broadcasts annually, and how webinars became invaluable to Salesforce’s go-to-market strategy. Whether you are small company delivering your first broadcast or a large organization keeping pace with the industry trend, you’ll be able to elevate your program through the actionable takeaways presented in this webinar.
Register to learn how to -
- A real-life case study of Salesforce’s most successful webinar in 2015
- Salesforce’s promotion strategy that lead to a 34% increase in registrations year-over-year
- Create a two-way dialogue with your audience
- Deliver flawless productions that are scalable
- Transform on-demand assets into often missed lead generation opportunities
When it comes to protecting your cloud environment, legacy vulnerability management tools just don’t cut it. Join Alert Logic Product Manager Jesper Jurcenoks and learn 8 things you should know about managing vulnerabilities in the cloud.
- What techniques you can ditch when it comes to finding vulnerabilities
- How remediating vulnerabilities in the cloud will be faster
- How the cloud makes it easier to visualize your environment
*This webinar was originally broadcast in partnership with Spiceworks.
Tune in to hear Garrick Brown, author and speaker on real estate for the retail sector, discuss the most important trends for 2016. This 45-minute webcast will feature Garrick’s perspective, including a short Q&A. The audio and presentation will be broadcast on the web.
•Big Data and Consumer Personalization:
Convenient or Creepy?
•Sustainable Food and Disposable Clothes:
Odd Preferences of the Millennial Consumer
The next generation video experience is moving to the cloud. Whether it is broadcast TV, user generated content, online video from aggregators such as Netflix, or direct to consumer from producers large and small. All the video you can imagine will be delivered from the cloud.
It will be beyond just video new cloud based music, gaming, and other consumer services are being launched each month. These new offerings are far more than just new applications and services they represent an entirely new cloud model. The Consumer Cloud.
Keywords: TV everywhere, service acceleration, consumer application, advanced services, cloud-based value-added services, service provider
This webinar teaches you how to perform automated security tests of your network, how to validate new hardware/firmware releases and how to achieve certified and secure end-user broadband connections. You will also learn more about the Source Address Validation Threat Scope (RFC 6959) and the Secure End-User Connection (SEC) industry standards.
Topics covered: IP/MAC spoofing, drop fragmented packets, secure management protocols, ICMP redirect, L2 isolation, broadcast loop detection, DHCP starvation, multicast isolation/broadcast, broadcast flooding, CPU stress/DHCP, STP, ARP poisoning, rogue DHCP, IGMP join/leave, and more.
The ever-popular Movers & Shakers breakfast at The Dorchester in London will be broadcast live online, in association with Estates Gazette. The subject of this debate is: UK Plc - City Growth, and features speakers Sir Eddie Lister, GLA, Sir Howard Bernstein, Manchester City Council, Sir Michael Bear, UKTI RIO, Tony Travers, LSE, and Mark Rogers, Birmingham City Council.Read more >
Learning cannot be separated from work. Informal education frameworks put development at the centre of an organisation. This creates a culture of learning that will result in more productivity, less churn, retention of existing talent, attracting top talent, and most importantly ROI.
This webinar will examine ‘best practice’ for in house learning, the key areas of developing a truly effective learning solution and looking at case studies, the lessons learned and the pitfalls to avoid.
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Based on forensic evidence collected from 70 partner organizations as well as the Verizon caseload, the 2015 Verizon Data Breach Investigation Report (DBIR) presents a rare and comprehensive view into the world of corporate cybercrime. Now in its' eighth year of publication, this research has been used by thousands of organizations to evaluate and improve their security programs. This live broadcast from SNIA's Data Storage Security Summit will discuss the evolution of results over the years and delve into the people, methods and motives that drive attackers today to better inform your own security program.Read more >
Many broadcast and streaming products that run on x86 technology haven’t yet scaled to their maximum potential density or met the need for lower cost. The network growth for video services is driven by many factors such as multiscreen OTT, video on demand, higher resolutions, more codec support needed, all pushing transcoding functions needed in MSO, ISP, CSP, CDN networks. Greater density is needed to scale these applications, and x86 technology running on standard servers can meet much higher density levels and much lower cost points to be competitive. The time is now for those applications to multiply density (by a factor of 6-8X) without any change needed to the underlying x86 architecture.
With Intel tools offered such as Quick Synch and Media SDK, developers can advance the migration to the highest density, while preserving application development. Using Artesyn SharpStreamer technology developers can preserve existing application software and achieve 6-8 times the density/RU in standard PCIE, 1U, 2U and larger form factors that fit standard rack server and cloud environments. Using two example applications, Next-Day TV OTT content delivery and Real-time Broadcast ABR transcoding, CAPEX savings are dramatic, giving applications the ability to use only one server vs. 16 or 24 to handle equal densities, also consuming far less OPEX costs derived from power and cooling required. Through OpenStack and the SharpStreamer technology applications can also encompass cloud provisioning and management so they are not constrained to baremetal hardware and can be virtually deployed.
Representatives from a range of established KMIP Key Management vendors answer questions from the moderators and from the audience on various aspects of encryption, standardized key management via KMIP and some of the deployment issues and opportunities brought about through enterprise key management.
Join this live broadcast from SNIA's Data Storage Security Summit 2015. Panelists include:
Tim Hudson, CTO, Cryptsoft
Nathan Turajski, Senior Product Manager, HP Enterprise
Bob Lockhart, Chief Solutions Architect, Thales e-Security, Inc
Liz Townsend, Director of Business Development, Townsend Security
Imam Sheikh, Director of Product Management, Vormetric Inc - See more at: http://www.snia.org/dss-summit#agenda