Our Work in Marketing Materials
Over the years, we’ve produced a wide range of technical marketing materials for our clients, including Case Studies, White Papers, Application Guides, Customer Success Stories, Training Guides, and more.
Digital and printing marketing materials are a great way to capture interest, engage with new customers, and promote your firm’s expertise and thought leadership position. Our work in integrated marketing and experience in lead generation programs enable us to create hard-hitting materials that draw customers in and get results.
Here are some examples of our work:
Cisco Systems – Wireless Deployment Guide
Synopsis: Corporations are using streaming video in numerous ways to boost employee productivity, facilitate training, and improve both internal and external communications. Although streaming video technologies have been used by businesses for well over a decade, most implementations were designed to operate over high-bandwidth wired or optical networks.
ConnectVIEW Public Safety
Synopsis: When it comes to responding to emergencies and natural disasters, seconds can often mean the difference between failure and success. That’s why first responders across the country are turning to Tandberg video communications to train field personnel, improve responsiveness, and reduce operating costs.
Synopsis: Microsoft’s SharePoint 2010 is the industry’s leading enterprise collaboration platform. Customers place high value on SharePoint’s ability to save time and money through improved access to information, streamlined workflows, and enhanced group productivity. Includes powerful search capabilities, deep Microsoft Office integration, and a rich set of collaboration tools.
ConnectVIEW Solutions for Corporate
Synopsis: Corporations and enterprises across the country are using video-based communications in countless new ways to improve productivity, reduce travel, and save money. Over the past two years, video products have leapt ahead in terms of video and audio quality, realism, and affordability to become a “must have” business technology.
ConnectVIEW Virtual Learning
Synopsis: A quiet revolution is underway in the classroom. Thanks to recent advances in technology and fall- ing equipment prices, video communications has given primary and secondary school teachers an innovative new way to teach and inspire students. Virtual learning enables schools to bring subject matter experts into the classroom and fosters collaboration between schools and across school districts.
Elemental Ad Insertion Technical Brief
Synopsis: TV broadcasters, cable service providers and content programmers have long used ad insertion technologies as a means of injecting commercial and custom content into local, regional or nationally distributed programming. In the broadcast TV industry, the dominant standards for ad insertion are SCTE-35 (for MPEG-2 transport streams) and SCTE-104.
Secure IQ NightOwl
Synopsis: Over a decade of real-world experience makes SecureIQ’s NightOwl the industry’s leading Security Information and Event Manager (SIEM) for corporate and enterprise networks. Our intuitive user interface and ad- vanced event correlation capabilities help protect valuable network and computing resources without adding staff.
Thales – Using Carrier Ethernet to Create Secure WANs
Synopsis: As government and corporate network traffic continues to increase and new applications such as video conferencing and collaboration have gone mainstream, IT managers are challenged to keep up with these demands while maintaining reasonable operating costs. This problem is particularly apparent in wide area networks (WANs) due to their high cost and limited bandwidth.
VBrick H.264 White Paper
Synopsis: The past decade has seen dramatic growth in the use of streaming video by enterprises, government agencies, and educational institutions. Over this period, video quality improved greatly, content creation and distribution became simpler, and video systems became integrated with business applications like Unified Communications.
VBrick Video in the Classroom
Synopsis: The past several years have ushered in a real revolution in the use of video tech- nology in the classroom. As the quality of video technologies has risen sharply and prices have fallen, K-12 schools across the continent have adopted video as a powerful and effective learning tool.Across all grade levels, the benefits of video in the classroom are immediate and tangible…
Wainhouse Research – What Every IT Manager Needs to Know About Desktop Videoconferencing
Synopsis: After years of being relegated to high priced, custom appointed meeting rooms, videoconferencing is finally moving into the mainstream. Key drivers for this growth include dramatic improvements in video quality, manageability, scalability, and affordability. Desktop videoconferencing, in particular, has enjoyed strong unit sales growth in recent years.
ZiXi B2B Solutions
Synopsis: Broadcasters are clamoring for more bandwidth to expand connectivity to cable TV head-ends and satellite direct-to-home television systems. As the demand for more channels, live feeds, HD, and mobile broadcasts increases, broadcasters must balance their need for more capacity against the economic reality of high recurring service and support costs.
ZiXi Guide for TV Broadcasters
Synopsis: Faced with high recurring costs for short and long haul microwave, satellite, and fiber links,
broadcasters, local television stations, and news organizations are constantly on the lookout for
more cost-effective alternatives. The problem of high video distribution costs is further compounded by the additional bandwidth needed to transport HD content.
ZiXi Video Solutions
Synopsis: Streaming video in the enterprise has gone mainstream. Now a key element in any enterprise communications strategy, streaming video has taken its place alongside telephony, email, and video conferencing as an essential tool for business communications. Today’s businesses use video in a wide variety of applications, including executive presentations, corporate training, and more.