Building an Internal Enterprise/EDU Streaming Solution
Whether you want to broadcast a company-wide meeting or new employee training, streaming it through your internal network saves on time, travel costs and resources. This session dives into architectures that are commonly used for distributing streams to all screens within an enterprise/EDU setting, plus discuss reaching remote and mobile workers. Walk away with recommendations on achieving the best-possible quality and broadest audience reach, along with best practices and lessons learned. Join us for this information-packed session on building an internal streaming solution to fit your business needs. Moderator: Chris Knowlton, VP & Streaming Industry Evangelist - Wowza Media Systems Eric Hards, Manager, Visual Communications - Lockheed Martin Space Systems Kay Guerry, Information Technology, Webcast Facilitator - Raytheon Andy Howard, Founder & Managing Director - Howard & Associates Jonathan Schwartz, Digital Video Manager - USC Sol Price School of Public Policy
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