I was reading the linked article about Apple’s newfound lead in the client computing market, and that started the wheels spinning in my head thinking about client computing,PCs and all the devices we use today to access business technology. Computing certainly is changing, no doubt for the better, when you can pick up just about […]
In the dance / battle between the CIO and CFO, some say the CIO role will vanish by 2017. Not so.
I’ve participated in a few webcasts with over a thousand attendees. A few years ago, a webcast I moderated with Sun Micro’s Jonathan Schwartz drew over four thousand attendees to a seamless event, thanks to our friends at On24. But what if you need to reach an audience twenty times that size? This ComputerWorld article […]
Hybrid events combine a face to face event with virtual attendees around the globe in a seamless community. This article at Virtual Edge highlights a new venture between digital media and webcasting pioneer Sonic Foundry and event networking firm Zerista, bringing video to these private communities that live in both worlds.
In today’s press releases was this blurb from CGS and Stream57 about their new partnership offering streaming video support for CGS’ webcasting platform. Used extensively for broadcast-style presentations such as training and executive pitches, video is finding its way into more B2B webcasts for demonstrations or to add a more personal touch by giving an […]
It’s the internet’s 40th birthday, and that got me to thinking about where I was 40 years ago this week. – Brooklyn Tech high school where I was learning my first programming language, FORTRAN IV. We had an IBM 1130 minicomputer at Tech, one of the very few high schools to have any kind of computer […]