The webinar recording for “Working with IT for Successful Digital Signage” is now available. During this event, JD Jones, director of digital media solutions for AVI-SPL, looked the issues that affect an IT department when a company implements digital signage. In the second half of this event, members of Cisco’s go-to-market team for digital media solutions talked about solutions in the Cisco Digital Media portfolio.
Join us at 1 p.m., Thursday, February 21 for “Working With IT for Successful Digital Signage,” sponsored by Cisco and hosted as part of the AVI-SPL University Professional Series. During this free webinar, JD Jones, director of digital media solutions for AVI-SPL, will offer this look at getting your IT department on board as you plan your implementation of a digital signage solution. We’ll also look at examples of AVI-SPL implementations of Cisco Digital Media solutions. Cisco’s Brian Gardner will also be a panelist to offer his insight and help answer attendee questions.
On the Agenda
• Empowering IT to support digital signage.
• How different media affect network performance
• Examples of Cisco digital signage installations
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About the Panelists
JD Jones, Director, Digital Media Solutions for AVI-SPL, has over 15 years of collaboration experience in presales, design, and installation. JD’s expertise on the industry leaders includes certifications from Cisco, Microsoft, Polycom and Tandberg. His leadership and knowledge has helped make AVI-SPL a successful digital media solutions provider, working with clients from the initial assessment of their needs to the support and scalable growth they require.
Brian Gardner is the manager of Cisco’s go-to-market strategy for global media.
Join us Thursday, February 21 at 3 p.m. EST for “iPad Connections in the Classroom,” a free webinar presented by AVI-SPL Education Consultant Kelly Derushia. During this 45-minute event, Kelly will show you how to get the most out of your iPad in the classroom. Kelly will discuss the best apps and teach you how to easily connect your iPad to your projector, making it simple to share engaging content with your students.
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Email AVI-SPL at email@example.com and let us know if you need help integrating technology into your classroom.
The recording of the webinar “Capture, Transform, Share: The Power of Video Everywhere” is now available. Cisco Video Content Specialist Colby Nish offers numbers that show video collaboration has becomes an essential part of the workplace and that it will continue to grow. Nish explores the Cisco’s Capture-Transform- Share solution and how it enables companies to collaborate over video wherever and whenever they need to. Following Nish’s talk, John Maass of the Moffitt Cancer Center talked about the effectiveness of Cisco Digital Media solutions in helping doctors, staff and researchers share knowledge and information.
Watch the webinar “Capture, Transform, Share: The Power of Video Everywhere.”
Join us Wednesday, December 12 at 1 p.m. EST for “Capture, Transform and Share: The Power of Video Everywhere,” presented by Cisco’s Colby Nish. Nish will explore how one-way video is capturing valuable meeting insight, increasing organizational communications and quickly scaling training and knowledge. This webinar also looks at how organizations like the Moffitt Cancer Center are leveraging Cisco’s Capture, Transform and Share solutions to improve their organizational alignment and knowledge sharing.
On the Agenda
- Benefits of one-way video
- How Moffitt Cancer Center improved its knowledge sharing
- Cisco Capture, Transform and Share
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About the Presenter
Colby Nish is a Video Content Specialist for the Cisco Media Experience and Analytics Business Unit, a division of Cisco’s Cloud Collaboration Application Technology Group. Over the past few years he has helped many organizations develop video content solutions and strategies for video-based trainings, knowledge sharing, lecture capture, live events and business meetings.