Implementing user-friendly self-service webcasting solutions that offer rich functionality, seamless mobility, and robust video capabilities at affordable prices gives a true competitive edge to leading organizations across the globe.
New York, NY (PRWEB) June 17, 2014
TalkPoint, the leader in do-it-yourself cloud-based webcasting, and Frost & Sullivan, the Growth Partnership Company, today announced the release of the white paper “Self-Service Webcasting Has Arrived – Extend the Reach of Your Message with Easy-to-Use High-Impact Webcasts.”
The white paper discusses how advances in video technology, shifts in user behaviors and the onset of consumerization along with bring your own device (BYOD) trends, are prompting a greater use of enterprise webcasting.
The white paper also highlights:
- Evolving trends in webcasting and the adoption of self-service webcasts
- Leveraging video conferencing assets within corporate webcasts for greater ROI
- Cases from leading corporate brands, including McDonald’s, GENBAND and IFRS, on the effect of integrating a unified communications (UC) infrastructure for high-impact webcasts
“The new generation of webcasting is a game changer,” said Roopam Jain, principal analyst at Frost & Sullivan. “Implementing user-friendly self-service webcasting solutions that offer rich functionality, seamless mobility, and robust video capabilities at affordable prices gives a true competitive edge to leading organizations across the globe.”
“Enterprises that have made significant investments in video conferencing endpoints are looking to better leverage this existing technology,” said Nick Balletta, CEO of TalkPoint. “We hope that this white paper will help businesses integrate their current video infrastructure with webcasting for better communication with employees, customers and partners.”
To download the white paper, please visit http://www.talkpoint.com/frost-sullivan-self-service-webcasting-white-paper.
For more information on the July webcast corresponding to the white paper, “Leverage Existing Video End Points and Infrastructure Investments with Webcasting,” please visit http://www.talkpoint.com.
TalkPoint offers a robust cloud-based, self-service webcasting technology for companies to improve communications with their internal and external constituencies.
The Convey™ webcasting platform is tailored to the needs of IT professionals, yet designed for business users to self-manage a 50-person video-enabled meeting as efficiently as a webcast to 10,000 attendees. Seamlessly leverage existing enterprise assets such as videoconferencing units, encoders and webcams to deliver professional-quality webcasts to viewers on desktop and mobile devices – all through a single URL within the browser. No downloads. No plugins. No apps. For more information, visit http://www.talkpoint.com.
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