Dennis Shiao is the author of Generate Sales Leads with Virtual Events, former marketing directing inside the webinar industry, and now practitioner and marketing director for DNN Software, a .NET CMS solution provider. In this interview with Roger Courville Dennis answers questions like...
You’re in front of 1000 people doing a live demo. Your computer takes the proverbial dump. Now what?
Closed captioning (CC) is the process of displaying text during your webinar or webcast to assist understanding and interpretation of what the presenter(s) is saying. It has been in use for decades in the world of television, but is not available for users of most webinar/webcast/online meeting technologies.
When part of your audience is in-person, and part of them are remote, how do you engage everyone? And what if one of the devices involved is Microsoft’s Surface Hub?
It’s been a rumor for the last few days, but this week at Ignite the announcement came: at some point in the future Skype for Business is going to get sucked up into Teams. This is probably both good and bad news for you depending on where you sit.
There’s a time and a place for lecture or broadcast for communicating information, but we also know that they can be lower-efficacy means of adult learning. So what do you do when you are very much concerned for the learning outcomes of your audience?
EventBuilder is proud that our little 17-person organization is an approved Microsoft supplier. We like to think we are big enough to work with anyone, but we're small enough to keep it personal. And when it comes to managing webinar programs, we think Microsoft's Supplier Code of Conduct is something webinar professionals should take seriously (regardless of whether or not you're a supplier to Microsoft).