Winnov Newsletter – May 2016

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Join Winnov in the Central Hall at booth C5908 to learn how Winnov Cbox solutions provide organizations with a cost-effective way to easily capture and share HD video experiences.

We will be introducing a new addition to our family of Cbox HD capture and streaming solutions and giving away a Cbox S3 to one lucky winner!

Schedule your InfoComm 2016 meeting today and stop by our booth to enter for your chance to win our grand prize giveaway.

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Winnov Newsletter – May 2015 Edition

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Discovering the Right Room for Live and On Demand Streaming: Seek and Ye Shall Find

By: Alan D. Greenberg

Stopped by your local college anytime recently for a soda in the student union, or an adult learning seminar offered by local faculty?  If you have been on any educational campus recently but not looked around, you may have missed the quiet revolution taking place in on-demand tech, simply because you were in the wrong room.

Consider the results of ...

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Discovering the Right Room for Live and On Demand Streaming: Seek and Ye Shall Find

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By: Alan D. Greenberg

Stopped by your local college anytime recently for a soda in the student union, or an adult learning seminar offered by local faculty?  If you have been on any educational campus recently but not looked around, you may have missed the quiet revolution taking place in on-demand tech, simply because you were in the wrong room.

Consider the results of the most recent Wainhouse Research survey of 228 respondents in Higher Education (HE), K-12, and not-for-profit / governmental ...

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Good Software Can Extend Automation in Any Environment

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By: Steve Vonder Haar

Sometimes, even technology industry buzz can feel like warmed-over leftovers.

At least that’s the way I feel when I begin hearing people gush about: “The Internet of Things” – seemingly the trend du jour following Google’s move earlier this year to buy technology provider Nest in a deal valued at $3.2 billion.

Since then, it seems like people have 3.2 billion reasons to fuss over the implications of an emerging set of technology applications that make it possible to ...

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Winnov Newsletter – May 2014 Edition

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Good Software Can Extend Automation in Any Environment

Sometimes, even technology industry buzz can feel like warmed-over leftovers.

At least that’s the way I feel when I begin hearing people gush about: “The Internet of Things” – seemingly the trend du jour following Google’s move earlier this year to buy technology provider Nest in a deal valued at $3.2 billion.

Since then, it seems like people have 3.2 billion reasons to fuss over the implications of an emerging set of technology applications that ...

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Winnov Newsletter – May 2013 Edition

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Searching for the Right Webcasting Solution Can Make End Users Feel Like Goldilocks

By Steve Vonder Haar, Senior Analyst Enterprise Webcasting & Streaming, Wainhouse Research, LLC

Goldilocks must have grown up to be a video engineer.

At least that’s all one can surmise in scanning the set of video capture devices and software available to organizations looking to produce and distribute more business-oriented rich media content via streaming platforms.

Just as Goldilocks discovered in her encounters with The Three Bears, you may have to ...

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Winnov Newsletter – May 2012 Edition

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They Just Don’t Make Format Wars Like They Used To…

By Steve Vonder Haar, Senior Analyst Enterprise Webcasting & Streaming, Wainhouse Research, LLC

At the dawn of the online multimedia age in the late 1990s, analysts and reporters alike spilled plenty of ink discussing the relative merits of Real Networks’ Real Player in comparison with Microsoft’s NetShow software that ultimately paved the way to Microsoft’s Windows Media player.

In that narrowband era that would run through the year 2000, endless debates ensued on ...

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