Category: Technologies and Trends

The best Seattle venue for event streaming… you may be surprised!

Anticipating the growing demand for events that include an in-person audience and integration of an online audience, I spent some time meeting with venue and hotel staff all over Puget Sound. Looking for that perfect combination of atmosphere and the technical capability to stream from the venue. I found that some venues had slow Wi-Fi-only…

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The DOs and DO NOTs of Working from Home

I work from home. When I tell people this I am met with a mix of “that must be really awesome” and “wow, that would totally suck. I’d never get anything done.” I get it. Working from home in yoga pants and bunny slippers seems insanely cool! And it totally is. I roll out of…

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Small Meeting, BIG Audience, EMPOWERED Attendees

As the world’s population crests over 7 billion people, it is sometimes difficult to find space for everyone. We can’t all fit in one meeting room, can we? No company is 7 billion strong of course, but many companies do need to reach a large number of employees or partners all at once. Doing so…

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The Hub-n-Spoke Webcast Model – Transform Your Event!

In its simplest form, this webcast model consists of a central presentation location (Hub) which all other attendee viewing locations (Spokes) are connected to. Also referred to as a Star Network in computing because the Hub and Spokes, and the transmission lines between them, form the topology of a star. This concept originated in 2007…

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Let’s Start with Small Data…

It seems as though we all agree on the “Big Data” opportunity – we get it – there is data everywhere, storage is getting cheaper, the cloud does (or will) connect all of our little gadgets, there are visualization tools that any c-suite executive can understand, and there are young “data scientists-in-the-making” at the top…

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