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Expanding on the success of our popular Analyst Briefings and Executive MindXchanges, Frost & Sullivan's eBroadcast division delivers cutting-edge business strategies and solutions to its executive clients through interactive forums on the Internet.

By combining the immediacy of the Web with the impact of streaming audio and video, Frost & Sullivan's eBroadcasts are one-hour, topic-specific seminars packed with the information and insights needed to address real-world business needs.

These 60-minute complimentary eBroadcasts are delivered to your very own computer.

Frost & Sullivan, alongside our principal analysts, identifies and collaborates with individuals that we have identified as pioneers and experts within their respective fields to produce and deliver critical and time-sensitive industry trends, benchmarks, and developments needed in order to effectively grow your business and maintain your competitive advantage.

eBroadcast Schedule

NOTE: Times listed are Eastern Standard time.


Sep
29
Virtual eBroadcasts
Sep 29th 2016
11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Most organizations are looking to get more out of their conferencing and collaboration technology investments. Proactive insight and actionable analytics allow organizations to obtain that additional value. Real-time monitoring and management of your meeting rooms and huddle space devices can drive employee productivity, responsiveness and engagement that ultimately leads to improved business outcomes and agility.
Oct
06
Virtual eBroadcasts
Oct 06th 2016
2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
As hybrid cloud becomes ingrained as an enterprise standard for IT environments, many businesses still struggle with how to best access and integrate a wide variety of infrastructures and services. Businesses of all sizes often still require the privacy of infrastructure that remains under their direct control, but often lack the resources to build and manage such environments on their own premises. At the same time, they need flexibility and scalability to grow their infrastructure quickly and based on business demands to support new services.

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