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Abby Murray, Alliance Benefit Group
Abby Murray, Interactive Media Coordinator, Alliance Benefit Group North Central States, Inc. (ABGNCS)
9/29/2011 3:51:00 PM
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Building a Future-proof Enterprise Video Strategy
Video use in your organization may have started in a single department, but if you’re seeing what we’re seeing, it won’t stay small for long. From executive communications and training to product launches and webinars, video is fast becoming an invaluable asset in the enterprise. And its growth is fueled by easy access to mobile devices and cloud storage. As your video strategy grows company-wide, how will you publish, search, secure, and manage your media assets? How do you create a central video portal to house all content – whether captured in studios, at users’ desks, on phones or from web conferences? How do you grant viewing permissions for internal and external audiences? Join Jim Lundy, lead analyst at Aragon Research, as he shares best practices for launching your enterprise video strategy, as well as what you need to be thinking of 12 to 18 months from now to future-proof your investment. He’ll take your questions live and discuss: ● How to cut through the hype and zero in on an enterprise video platform that works for your organization ● What cutting-edge video strategies corporations are employing to ensure their video communication is streamlined and effective ● How Mediasite fared in a recent Aragon Research Note on Video Content Management
Jim Lundy
5/22/2014 4:00:00 PM
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Enterprise Finalist - Cooke Real Estate School
Frank Cooke
2/28/2012 6:06:00 PM
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Healthcare Winner - Videosurgery
Andrew Renaut
3/9/2010 7:29:00 PM
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Healthcare Winner- Connecticut Department of Public Health
This presentation showcases two examples of how Mediasite has transformed the way the Connecticut Department of Public Health does business. The first example demonstrates how Mediasite can be used to eliminate travel time and reduce training costs while increasing accessability to learning content. The second example shows how Mediasite was used to provide crucial just-in-time training in the midst of a looming crisis.
Christopher Stan, MPA, RS
3/1/2011 10:11:00 PM
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How to Produce Big Webcasts With Small Crews.
There’s nothing inherently wrong with the one-camera shoot for a streaming video webcast. But sometimes the high-profile nature of your speakers, or your viewers, is going to demand a bit more production polish and visual variety to keep them engaged. While most of us don’t have a full production crew on call, ready to come to our rescue with multiple camera people, a producer, director, switcher, lighting and more…Russell Investment Group has figured out how to run it all with just one person. That’s right. One person, and some pretty nifty gear. Join us for a live webinar with Scott MacGougan, Digital Media Specialist at Russell Investment Group. He’ll give you a video tour of his studio environment and answer your questions live, including: -What are the essential pieces of technology you’ll need to make it look like you have a big team behind the production? -Can your choice of webcasting platform make it easier to ramp up the production values of your online presentations? -What happens if you have remote presenters who can’t come onsite? -And the biggie: is it really worth going to all this trouble?
Scott MacGougan, Digital Media Production, Russell Investments
6/26/2012 6:00:00 PM
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Kansas State University 2015 EVA
This video discribes how Kansas State University is looking to find new ways of using Mediasite, besides just in the classroom.
Brent Anders
12/11/2014 10:21:08 PM
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Rapid ROI Winner- Energy Center of Wisconsin
The Energy Center of Wisconsin achieved a high rate of return on its Mediasite investment through a significant revenue stream generated in a short timeframe. In addition to registration revenue from viewers, the Energy Center used a strategic approach to secure sponsorships and contracts from a diverse group of current partners and new funders.
Steve Kihm, CFA, Research Director, Energy Center of Wisconsin
3/1/2011 9:33:00 PM
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Revitalize Corporate Communications with Dell
As analyst firm Forrester sees an uptick in questions from companies interested in engaging employees with video for corporate communications and training, companies like Dell are fast-tracking their sophisticated enterprise video strategies and putting the power of content creation into the hands of their employees. Long-time Dell employee Lawrence Grafton pitched Michael Dell himself on an enterprise video initiative that would unify corporate messaging to more than 100,000 employees and ensure that everyone, no matter where they are in the world, is speaking the same language. His idea was DellTV powered by Mediasite. And in the past year it’s taken on hockey-stick growth within the organization. Join Mr. Grafton and Mr. Karcher for this live webinar. They’ll take your questions live and cover enterprise video from their unique perspectives. You’ll learn: • How live and on-demand video is driving efficiencies in organizations with one-time consistent messaging of product knowledge, training, flipped meetings and town hall meetings • What to expect as enterprise video platforms and practitioners become more mainstream, including powerful search and analytics; shorter clips; more tailored, interactive content • How Grafton was able to champion a small video project and turn it into a large-scale, mission-critical, transformative communication platform within Dell. Presenters: Phil Karcher, an analyst with Forrester Research, serves CIOs with research on social business and collaboration, video, office productivity, and technology's role in the workforce experience. Phil is also a key contributor to Forrester's Workforce Technology Needs Assessments, a survey-based methodology to help IT professionals save money and improve workforce technology use. Lawrence Grafton is the creator of DellTV, a communications medium that utilizes Mediasite and Dell infrastructure to create a collaborative network facilitating cooperation with multiple organizations within Dell including external customers. Lawrence is also a field marketing manager in Dell’s Global Division working to develop the data center strategy in some of the world’s largest companies. Moderator: Sean Brown, Senior Vice President, Sonic Foundry
Phil Karcher, Forrester Research
1/21/2014 5:00:00 PM
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Revitalize Corporate Communications with Video – Webinar with Dell
As analyst firm Forrester sees an uptick in questions from companies interested in engaging employees with video for corporate communications and training, companies like Dell are fast-tracking their sophisticated enterprise video strategies and putting the power of content creation into the hands of their employees. Long-time Dell employee Lawrence Grafton pitched Michael Dell himself on an enterprise video initiative that would unify corporate messaging to more than 100,000 employees and ensure that everyone, no matter where they are in the world, is speaking the same language. His idea was DellTV powered by Mediasite. And in the past year it’s taken on hockey-stick growth within the organization. Join Mr. Grafton and Mr. Karcher for this live webinar. They’ll take your questions live and cover enterprise video from their unique perspectives. You’ll learn: • How live and on-demand video is driving efficiencies in organizations with one-time consistent messaging of product knowledge, training, flipped meetings and town hall meetings • What to expect as enterprise video platforms and practitioners become more mainstream, including powerful search and analytics; shorter clips; more tailored, interactive content • How Grafton was able to champion a small video project and turn it into a large-scale, mission-critical, transformative communication platform within Dell. Presenters: Phil Karcher, an analyst with Forrester Research, serves CIOs with research on social business and collaboration, video, office productivity, and technology's role in the workforce experience. Phil is also a key contributor to Forrester's Workforce Technology Needs Assessments, a survey-based methodology to help IT professionals save money and improve workforce technology use. Lawrence Grafton is the creator of DellTV, a communications medium that utilizes Mediasite and Dell infrastructure to create a collaborative network facilitating cooperation with multiple organizations within Dell including external customers. Lawrence is also a field marketing manager in Dell’s Global Division working to develop the data center strategy in some of the world’s largest companies. Moderator: Sean Brown, Senior Vice President, Sonic Foundry
Phil Karcher, Forrester Research
1/21/2014 5:00:00 PM
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The Cure for Common Corporate Video
Could your executive communications and training use a little more pep? Are the customers you’re trying to reach bored by your approach? Does your ho-hum corporate holiday greeting go straight into the recycling bin? If you answered yes to any of these questions, fear not. The marketing and communications team at Alliance Benefit Group is here to show you how to inject some life into your corporate video strategy. Not long ago they were faced with a rapidly-growing customer base, an expectation of high-touch, red-carpet style customer service, and the need to convey complicated investment topics in an ever changing regulatory landscape. They knew they had to say goodbye to traditional communication tactics and get creative. The solution? Video. Short, informative – and in many cases even fun – video. Join Abby Murray and Mariah Lynne for a lively webinar as they share how to create: • Modules that lead customers to the resources they’re looking for • Prospect campaigns • Personalized executive messages, and • Fun employee profiles – all with video Presenters: Mariah Lynne is the Marketing & Client Services Supervisor at Alliance Benefit Group Financial Services, Corp. (ABGFS) – a financial services company and one of the Midwest’s leading providers of direct participant consulting services for retirement and group benefits. She provides marketing leadership and is responsible for the firm’s marketing functions. In addition, she manages a team of client service personnel in the delivery of materials and service to ABGFS clients. Mariah is licensed as a Registered Representative with the SEC and FINRA, holding the following securities licenses and designations: Series 7 – General Securities, Series 66 – Uniform Combined State Law, Life and Accident / Health Insurance. Abby Murray is the Interactive Media Coordinator for Alliance Benefit Group North Central States, Inc. (ABGNCS), one of the largest retirement and benefit administration companies in the nation. She is responsible for the marketing functions of the firm, including creative direction, thought-leadership, marketing collateral, marketing strategy, online presence and...drumroll please...the development of (only with the support of Mediasite) rich video media. She looks forward to sharing her experience in this month’s webinar where she hopes to find a cure for this plague known as “common video.” Moderator: Sean Brown, vice president of Sonic Foundry
Abby Murray, Interactive Media Coordinator, Alliance Benefit Group North Central States, Inc. (ABGNCS)
9/17/2013 6:00:00 PM
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The Future of Video in Education: A Vision of Your Campus in 2013 and Beyond
Do you believe the knowledge shared in a classroom is important? Your students do. Meteoric student demand has prompted universities large and small to evaluate how best to harness the power of video in support of their academic missions. Your words, your knowledge - they are the essence of what makes a university. But what’s the best way to capture that knowledge before it evaporates into thin air? Campuses that are wired for video are the digital sources of the future and will be the catalysts for making knowledge transfer prolific. This new student-driven phenomenon is pushing academic video to the forefront of institutions' technology planning initiatives. Learn how leading institutions have already harnessed this power and the unique features of technology solution they use to make it happen. Join the decade-long leader in rich video capture as they describe their vision for the future of instructional media on your campus – from virtualized cross-campus content capture to searchable video automatically indexed and tagged – with a Mediasite heartbeat at the center. Presenter: Sean has nearly 20 years of product management and education business development experience at IBM, Apple, and Oracle before coming to Sonic Foundry in 2002. He is a past president and board member of the Hopkins Foundation for Innovation in Education. His core focus is simplifying digital media to improve use and outcomes. Moderator: Kristin Zurovitch
John Pollard, Mediasite Product Manager, Sonic Foundry
11/16/2012 5:00:00 PM
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