Making the most of your conference by setting up a video webcast to live stream it online

2017-05-22T17:17:21+00:00 January 18th, 2017|AV Rental, webcasts|

Many of our clients are relying more and more on the use of Webcasting conferences in Toronto, or Live Video Streaming at events throughout Ontario or various other ares of their business communications. Webcasting is best suited for use in situations where you need to distribute information quickly and effectively to large audiences in different locales; this may [...]

A quick checklist for planning a corporate conference or AGM

2017-05-22T17:17:21+00:00 September 30th, 2016|AV Rental, iPad Rentals, Laptop Rentals, PA system, Sound System, Venues, Video Projector Rental, webcasts|

You’ve been put in charge of your organization’s next big conference or AGM and you need a place to start, or need some tips to get the planning process rolling… We’ve compiled a short checklist to assist you in making your event a huge success and avoid having any embarrassing technical glitches. 1. Choose a Date [...]

Are Your Remote Workers Disconnected?

2017-05-22T17:17:21+00:00 October 21st, 2015|webcasts|

A common complaint from remote workers is that they often feel unimportant, a “cog in a wheel” rather than an employee. By running a single webcast, you can save time by speaking with everyone at once and bring the team together, letting remote workers know that they are not just a replaceable cog in a [...]

How to Webcast During a Crisis

2017-05-22T17:17:21+00:00 October 10th, 2015|webcasts|

Many companies are now forgoing conference calls in favour of webcasts. If we compare the cost of an operator-assisted conference call to the cost of a live audio webcast with accompanying slides and a simple web-based Q&A portal, with live chat or the ability for users to post messages, the cost difference is startling. Costly [...]

How Webcasts Connect Your Remote Workers

2017-05-22T17:17:21+00:00 July 20th, 2015|webcasts|

The rise of remote work has been spurred by IT technology that has made it easy to connect with offices and other workplaces from nearly anywhere around the globe. Communication methods such as webcasts have reduced the importance of geographical location for labor, and has increased flexibility for both employees and employers. Flexibility of Remote Labor [...]

What’s the Best Time to Host a Webcast?

2017-05-22T17:17:23+00:00 January 31st, 2014|webcasts|

We’ve helped a number of people rent AV equipment in the GTA and helped them host successful webcasts. We’re frequently asked, “What is the best time to host a webcast? Is afternoon or morning better?” Well, according to a recent survey of webcast participants, the most convenient time to attend a webcast is 11 a.m. [...]

3 Reasons That Webcasts Fail

2017-05-22T17:17:25+00:00 September 30th, 2013|webcasts|

Many of Canada’s up-and-coming businesses take themselves worldwide by beaming a webcast from Toronto and the GTA. Renting A/V equipment is only the first step in hosting a successful webcast. In fact, a lot of steps go into a successful presentation. Here are some of the common mistakes people make that ruin their webcast. Underpreparing [...]

How to Run a Perfect Webcast

2017-05-22T17:17:25+00:00 July 8th, 2013|webcasts|

Your webcast can either be an efficient and well-oiled machine, or it can be a calamity of technical snafus and dead air. We’re guessing you would rather host the first option. Webcasts can bring people from all over the world into a single place, to share ideas and information, just like they were sitting around [...]