Preparing Your Webcasts for a Flash-free Future

Start Date:3/27/2018

Start Time:1:00 PM CDT

Duration:30 minutes


With browsers dropping support for Flash, it's important for your webinar platform to be ready for the future. This webcast will provide a look at the impact that the demise of Flash can have on your webcasting program, and examine how HTML5 webcasting can provide a better experience for audience members and presenters.

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Dave Borden

Director of Virtual Events, Americas

Dave heads up Arkadin Americas' Virtual Events Service Line. With 10+ years of experience in the Cloud Collaboration and Virtual Event space, Dave brings a wealth of industry knowledge to clients looking to evolve their webinars or video broadcasts.

Arkadin provides managed service and subscription based webinar and video broadcast solutions that help bring value to critical business applications. Applications include internal communications, lead generation, hybrid physical/virtual events, high profile small collaborative video meetings and multi day conferences.

Sean Keen

Vice President of Product Marketing

Sean works with Fortune 1000 clients to assist them in using emerging technologies to connect with their audiences. Since 2007, Sean has advised clients on designing engaging video programs, using their content to built lasting communities and measuring the success and ROI of their initiatives.

Jerry Irvine

Prescient Solutions

As CIO for Prescient Solutions, a Chicago-based IT outsourcer, and other companies, Jerry provide strategic direction aimed at minimizing IT resources and reducing costs. He brings more than 20 years of experience in the creation, development and management of IT, with extensive work in the design, implementation and security of IT infrastructure and servers, and LAN / WAN / Wireless / VPN network architecture; as well as systems and network security and communications protocol analysis.

In 2008, Jerry was selected to join the National Cyber Security Task Force, a joint operation between the Department of Homeland Security and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. This task force is responsible for advising federal decision-makers on cyber security policy and sharing best practices related to this urgent and ever-growing need.

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