We continually look for ways to enhance and improve our services for clients, though sometimes the new changes remain hidden behind the scenes. One such upgrade is the recent migration of our registration and player logging services to the cloud. (“The cloud” essentially refers to the online storage of files, which enables them to be downloaded from any location on demand.)
March has certainly been a month for webcasting at Zeitbyte! We found ourselves working at an array of diverse locations from the historic (Ellis Island) to the majestic (St. Bartholomew’s Church) to the iconic (92nd Street Y). It’s always an adventure and certainly a pleasure to work with both brand-new and longstanding clients.
Organizations are increasingly looking to live streaming video as a way to supercharge their internal communications efforts. By using webcasts for conveying important employee messages, training staff, or celebrating important achievements in a personal, immediate, and inclusive way, businesses can save both time and money and generate excitement organization-wide.
In today’s increasingly tech-savvy world, people’s attention spans seem to lower daily while the bar for online video continues to rise. As live streaming becomes a “must-do” for all your conferences, meetings, or shows, there are things you can incorporate to not only attract attention to your event but to drive ROI and get the most bang for your organization’s buck.
We’re constantly looking for ways to improve upon our existing products and services, and 2012 will be no exception. Our new webcasting features include a range of completely customized video player options, designed with our clients’ needs in mind. Our just-released proprietary ZPlayer has a wide range of benefits to both our clients and their webcast viewers.