Few Speaking Spots Left At Streaming Media West: List Of Open Spots

I haven’t blogged as much lately as I’ve been hard at work finishing the program for the Streaming Media West show (#smwest) taking place Nov. 18-19, at the Hyatt Regency Huntington Beach Resort & Spa in Huntington Beach, CA. Nearly 100 speakers have now been placed and I have just a few speaking spots left. The spots listed below are the only speaking spots left. Please email me if you are interested in placing a speaker on any of them.

Tuesday, November 18th 2014
Enterprise Mobile Video: Unique Deployment Challenges (two panel spots open)
This session will explain the unique challenges enterprises face when deploying mobile video. Panelists will share their experiences rolling out mobile initiatives and will provide technical recommendations and best practices. Topics include a discussion of mobile streaming trends and business use cases from traditional corporate communications to newer outbound marketing initiatives. The session will also cover workflow from content creation to delivery, including how to support multiple devices and bring your own device (BYOD) initiatives, wireless networking (4G vs. Enterprise Wi-Fi), app vs. browser, and content management.

Tuesday, November 18th 2014
Content Management Strategies for Enterprise Content Platforms (one panel spot open)
With video rapidly growing as a medium for communication across all areas of the enterprise—marketing, training, collaboration, compliance—how can you take advantage of your existing investments in content management, knowledge management, and search platforms to make video a first-class content asset? This panel will discuss and recommend best practices for helping ensure your videos can be found, shared, and watched in the right context and within the platforms already in use today.

Wednesday, November 19th 2014
The Risks and Rewards of Employee-Generated Video (multiple panel spots open)
Phone cameras and YouTube have propelled user-generated video into world headlines, but is user-generated video making inroads into the enterprise? Do the benefits outweigh the risks? Hear from businesses that have made the decision to deploy a secure video sharing and publishing platform inside their enterprises. Attendees will learn what measurable benefits these programs had, how the benefits outweighed the risks, and any unintended consequences that have to be overcome. Learn what questions you should ask when deciding whether to build or buy an internal video sharing platform as well some of the best practices for using one.