Webinars are another digital production service that I am able to provide to clients through my joint venture with 2BruceStudio. In addition to podcast production, we will also engage with clients to provide a la carte Webinar services.
The simple truth is that end-to-end Webinar production firms don't provide the same level of one-on-one client support that we do, while, at the same time, facilitating as much or as little of the Webinar event as the client requires–from organizing and scheduling Webinars to the post production of the final recorded version of the online event delivered to the client.
For more details on Webinar production, please email me directly.
The recent issue of Data Center Management magazine includes my feature about the impact the Google Fiber Challenge will have on data centers located in the winning city. In this case, I used my adopted hometown, Asheville, NC, as the location for this “what if” article.
I want to thank City Councilman Gordon Smith for his assistance with the article, especially in making introductions to some of Asheville’s leading technology players.
Buyers of Manufacturing Intelligence (MI) software will be pleased to learn of the publication of my MI Buyers Guide. The MI buyer’s guide is another in my series of enterprise hardware and software buyer’s guides being published by Managing Automation.
Thank you to all of the MI vendors for their assistance during the production of this important industry guide book.
In my “Personnel Data” column in this month’s issue of Data Center Management, I discuss data leakage and how to prevent it.
Case studies is one of the most effective and widely used marketing tools. There’s nothing more powerful than an endorsement of a current user of your product.
As One Technologies, a developer of Manufacturing Execution Software, realizes the power of case studies. Recently, they commissioned me to write a case history about the success of one of their chemical manufacturing customers.
To read the entire case study, click here.