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June 08, 2011

Webinar - Webinar to Discuss Video's Uses for Cost Savings, Efficiency in the Enterprise

An upcoming Webinar, titled “Video Drives Cost Savings & Efficiency for the Enterprise,” will be presented June 14 at 2:00 in the afternoon on the East Coast, 11:00 in the morning on the West Coast.

It will deal with the fact that video is “increasingly used in the enterprise,” for such tasks as increasing the time your customers spend on your website and encouraging employee involvement.

Register now for this free presentation.

Some businesses are experimenting with other ways to use video to cut costs, and the presentation will look at how enterprises which have already implemented new video plans, and how they’re working out. The presenters will use industry best practices and case studies, and answer questions.

Presenting will be David Birnbaum, vice president of Learning at Coldwell Banker Real Estate LLC. He directs all of Coldwell Banker University’s global learning strategy and initiatives. Prior to joining Coldwell Banker in 2006, he directed the department at AT&T (News - Alert) that developed all their corporate training web portals and eLearning courses.

Also presenting will be Michal Tsur, president and co-founder of Kaltura. She is an experienced entrepreneur with many years of knowledge of technology startup work, a co-founder of Cyota and part of its management team from its inception up until its acquisition by RSA Security (News - Alert). She holds a doctoral degree in application of game theoretic models to law from New York University, and clerked at the supreme court of Israel.

The third presenter will be Leah Belsky, VP of Strategic Development at Kaltura. Prior to Kaltura she worked at the World Bank and in China as the VP of Strategy and Product Development at Noank Media, a spin-off of the Berkman Center at Harvard.

Click here to register for this webinar.

David Sims is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of David’s articles, please visit his columnist page. He also blogs for TMCnet here.

Edited by Jennifer Russell