Category Webinars

Polycom Offers Skype for Business Webinar Series

This week ushers in the first segment in Polycom’s four-part master series on Skype for Business. You’ll discover what Microsoft Skype for Business is, how it works, and why you need it.

Part 1: Skype for Business Overview
Thursday August 20, 2015 at 11 AM PT/2 PM ET

Explore Microsoft Skype For Business and learn how it can drive innovation, save money and increase your workers’ overall efficiency.  Paul Gurman (MCM) and Randy Wintle (MCM, MVP), Microsoft Solution Architects Polycom walk you through Microsoft Skype for Business features and benefits.

Part 2: Skype for Business Integration and Architecture
Thursday August 27, 2015 at 11 AM PT/2 PM ET

Microsoft Solution Architects Paul Gurman (MCM) and Randy Wintle (MCM, MVP) from Polycom walk you through Skype for Business architecture considerations and integration with your existing PBX. You’ll leave the webinar understanding best practices as well as next steps to assist remediation.

Part 3: Upgrade to Skype for Business
Thursday September 10, 2015 at 11 AM PT/2 PM ET

Planning to upgrade to Skype for Business? In this webinar Paul Gurman (MCM) and Randy Wintle (MCM, MVP), Microsoft Solution Architects at Polycom, discuss the technology needed to upgrade as well as the features and benefits you will gain. You will leave this webinar with an understanding of what it takes to upgrade and next steps to pilot and deploy Microsoft Skype for Business.

Part 4: O365: Uncover the Benefits
Tuesday September 15, 2015 at 11 AM PT/ 2 PM ET

This webinar delves into Microsoft Office 365 with Microsoft Solution Architects Paul Gurman (MCM) and Randy Wintle (MCM, MVP) from Polycom. They will walk you through Office 365 highlighting the features and benefits along the way. Learn what/how/when to move key UC workloads to the cloud for significant savings and learn how to balance on-premises solutions with Microsoft’s unique hybrid offerings.

Register to learn more about the Skype for Business Masters Webinar Series presented by Microsoft MVPs.

Contact AVI-SPL to bring the benefits of Skype for Business into your organization Reach as at sales@avispl.com or 866-559-8197.

Webinar Recording: 4K UHD and Laser Technology

NEC product managers Benjamin Hardy and Rich McPherson explain 4K ultra high-definition display technology (in large-format displays and projectors) and how it can address end users’ needs for superior display resolution in commercial environments. They also look at Solid State Light Sources (SSL). NEC Display Solutions apply all three major SSL technologies in their projectors: LED, laser/phosphor, and RGB laser. These projectors cover a wide range of brightness levels and screen sizes, and can be used across vertical markets and environments that include small meeting rooms and large venues.

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Webinar — Commercial Applications of 4K UHD and SSL Technology

NEC_webinarJoin us Wed., August 12, 2015 at 1 p.m. EST for this webinar on 4K ultra high-definition display technology (in large-format displays and projectors) and how it can address end users’ needs for superior display resolution in commercial environments. We’ll also look at Solid State Light Sources (SSL). NEC Display Solutions apply all three major SSL technologies in their projectors: LED, laser/phosphor, and RGB laser. These projectors cover a wide range of brightness levels and screen sizes, and can be used across vertical markets and environments that include small meeting rooms and large venues.

Register for Commercial Applications of 4K UHD and SSL Technology.

About the Presenters

Rich McPherson, Sr. Product Manager of Projectors for NEC Display Solutions of America, Inc., is responsible for the company’s installation and digital cinema projectors. Rich manages the marketing and messaging of projector families, pricing and inventory issues, product roadmaps, and all engineering and technical aspects of the projectors. Rich works closely with the sales and channel marketing teams and has been with NEC since 1995.

Benjamin Hardy, Product Manager for NEC Display Solutions of America, Inc., is responsible for the company’s large-format display category. Ben focuses on the technologies and design of NEC’s large-screen products. He is responsible for product launches with specification details and go-to-market strategy as well as technical documentation and marketing materials to support the sales department. Ben works closely with the engineering department to assist in new product development and channel marketing department for press releases, sales tools, and informational webinars.

Webinar Recording: Explore the Science of Sound

In this AVI-SPL webinar presented by Biamp Systems’ Mike Bucklin, you’ll learn what sound is, how we hear, and how the understanding of sound’s properties affects the design of audio equipment for areas like conference rooms. This engaging recording describes how sound affects us, and how acoustics, noise, and microphone placement are interrelated with regard to intelligibility.

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About the presenter

Mike Bucklin manages Biamp Systems’ operations in Southern California and Southern Nevada. Prior to joining Biamp, Mike spent 13 years in consulting and integration, bringing with him a wealth of direct experience in the integration and design of audiovisual systems.

Webinar, May 28: “Sound Matters,” by Biamp

This Thurs., May 28 at 1 p.m. EST, join us for “Sound Matters” a webinar that explores the importance of sound as it relates to performance in communication environments (meeting rooms, conferencing spaces, classrooms, training rooms, etc.). Biamp’s Mike Bucklin will review what sound is, the differences between hearing and listening, how sound affects us; and how acoustics, noise, and microphone placement are interrelated with regard to intelligibility. He’ll also provide an update on Biamp’s training offerings, including their new VoIP certification training.

Register for “Sound Matters” >

About the presenter

Mike Bucklin manages Biamp Systems’ operations in Southern California and Southern Nevada. Prior to joining Biamp, Mike spent 13 years in Consulting and Integration bringing with him a wealth of direct experience in the integration and design of audiovisual systems.