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VBrick Promotes Cost-Effective Webinars With 2.0

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Vbrick’s VBoss 2.0 is now available. 2.0 is the next iteration of its live, professional video broadcasting service which enables customers to conduct video-based Webinars without the need for outside production companies or a third party host.

The company says that VBoss 2.0 is also the only solution on the market that is custom engineered to capture and distribute live video content inside or outside of a corporate firewall.

VBrick engineered VBoss 2.0 to include nearly 30 Flash and Windows Media player options, as well as the option for users to create their own video player. And with VBoss’ complete, end-to-end video management system, users can conduct internal or external video Webinars to a virtually unlimited number of end points - reliably, securely and without impacting the performance of other network-based applications, the company.

“VBoss has completely removed the heavy lifting and significant expense associated with staging video-based Webinars, allowing us to conduct incredibly compelling and interactive Webinars for an unlimited number of internal and external participants,” said Luis Rodriguez, Creative Services Coordinator, Kauffmann Foundation. “By managing every facet of the Webinar, from incorporating content to promoting and managing attendee sign-ons, VBoss has established anew the Webinar as a highly effective communications strategy for our organization.”

“Savvy organizations recognize the benefits associated with live and on-demand video content,” explains Ira Weinstein, analyst and partner at Wainhouse Research. “However, these benefits cannot be realized unless the rich media assets can be distributed to the intended audience. VBoss 2.0 not only simplifies the content creation and management process, but also enables organizations to broadcast their content to viewers inside and outside the corporate firewall, all while protecting other critical network traffic.”

VBoss 2.0 includes the VBrick Video Network Appliance, Internet streaming bandwidth, file storage, personalized viewing pages, and complete remote management via the VBoss console and Web-based application that can be accessed via any browser. With VBoss 2.0, users can manage the entire Webinar lifecycle – from incorporating live or on-demand video assets, inviting and tracking invitees to managing collaboration between audience members – via the portal. VBoss 2.0 empowers a single user to harness all of the content and resources necessary to stage a high-impact, video or rich media-centric Webinar.



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