July 16, 2008
Netbriefings to Webcast the Wainhouse Research Collaboration Summit
Netbriefings, a webcasting services provider that specializes in helping businesses communicate with video, will provide live streaming video of the upcoming 2008 Wainhouse Collaboration Summit. The event, which will take place July 16-18 in Boston, will also be available via an on-demand archive from Netbriefings.
Wainhouse Research is an independent market research firm that focuses on critical issues in the unified communications and rich media conferencing fields. The Wainhouse Research Collaboration Summit, now in its eighth year, is devoted to exploring all aspects of conferencing and collaboration technologies and solutions. Netbriefings, which also provided webcasting services for the past two year's Collaboration Summit, will stream live video of the entire summit program.
Netbriefings will also give demonstrations of its webcast creation tool, Proclaim. Proclaim is designed for professional communicators, training specialists, marketers, sales teams, video producers, business leaders and anyone who needs to make a personal connection with meaningful content. Proclaim lets users quickly create rich-media webcasts that are streamed to a live event audience or for individual, on-demand access. Proclaim lets users capture and send an audio or video stream right from the desktop while simultaneously rolling in additional video clips, audio bites, PowerPoint slides and images.
For more information and to register for the Wainhouse Research Collaboration Summit, visit www.wainhouse.com/boston08.
About Wainhouse Research
Wainhouse Research is an independent market research firm that focuses on critical issues in the unified communications and rich media conferencing fields. The company conducts market research studies, provides strategic consulting to vendors and enterprises, publishes industry reports, and delivers public and private seminars. (www.wainhouse.com)
Netbriefings provides catered, professional-quality webcast services with robust audio/video streaming designed specifically for large audiences, as well as Flash solutions for smaller, rich media presentations. Netbriefings solutions provide cost-effective alternatives to traditional corporate communication methods, allowing its clients to conduct successful broadcast-style streaming-media webcasts with ease. Netbriefings also offers secure broadcasting, on-demand access of archived content, and repurposing of content into CDs, DVDs, podcasts and other formats. (www.netbriefings.com) (http://blog.netbriefings.com/).
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