Introducing “The BoardMeet” Video Conferencing

“Be a part of our web based video conferencing technology, we combine the simplicity and convenience of the Internet , all just a click away without having to leave the office. Our Virtual Conference can be conducted anytime and from anywhere at convenient times.”

 

“Each Virtual Conference room, connects your multiple business office locations and any person can join your meeting virtually from anyplace across the globe.”

Interactive Design, Live chat in-between participants, Live Screen Sharing, PPT presentation via screen share.

 

Location independent: Take part from anywhere in the world, and it’s all just a click away

Part of your working day: Easy to schedule as another meeting in your busy calendar.

Problems Solved:Find actionable solutions quickly, to take back to your business.

 

Video Conference :Platform will support up to 7 user’s video conference. Users can invite other participants by sending the link or via email. Users can invite other participants by sending the link or via email.
Interactive Chat : Users can chat with the participants using the public chat option available in the platform.
Controls: Custom branded Conference system has basic controls for Video On/Off, Mic mute/unmute. Settings Icon for changing the camera and video settings.
Screen Share: Users will have the provision for share the screen. User need to install the browser plugin for that. While doing screen share, video will be hidden and will give prioritise to audio.
Claim room: Users can claim the room, for claiming the room, they need to enter a 4 digit pin password. Once a room is claimed, no users can claim that specific room and room will be locked. So whenever user comes to the link, it will ask whether the user is owner or guest. If owner, ask for pin password and if guest, it […]

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    How to stop your viewers drop during breaks in live webcast & attract more viewers for your live webcast ?

How to stop your viewers drop during breaks in live webcast & attract more viewers for your live webcast ?

Go Web Technologies – Successful live webcast tips.

How to stop your viewers dropping off during breaks in live webcast & attract more viewers for your live webcast 

Often we had seen that during the breaks in the live webcast the viewers loose interests and drops out. It is inevitable. There might be many reasons for the breaks, it can be planned or due to some unavoidable circumstances. Eg. Due to bad weather the event needed to start late or it can be a preplanned like a break during the different sessions of the conferences etc.

We follow on basic thumb rule “DON’T LOSE YOUR AUDIENCE”. Keeping the audience engages is the best way to retain your viewers and make the breaks in the live event something to look forward to.

Pre event content: Streaming some content before your primary show allows you to capture early viewers and build an audience before your event begins.
Keep the viewers entertained: Keep some content rolling during the breaks. Be it a static image with information about upcoming session, music or a video teaser. Don’t let your webcast screen go blank or show boring colour bars at any pint of the time. Keep your content handy overtime. Be it a short session break of long lunch break, keep your viewers stick to your webcast all the time.
Well informed audience: There should be programme schedule available to the viewers so that viewers can have the detailed information on the whole or the part of the event they want to see.
Live Interactivity: Live chat options must be there for the viewers who need some additional information or experiencing difficulty in watching the webcast.
Live News Update: Sometimes events come up such that it is not […]

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Live Event Webcast India

Go Web Technologies introduces “Smart Webcast”. A webcast services with advanced and interactive features. Smart webcast as the name suggests is the smartest way to webcast your events. We had broken the traditional webcast barriers and let you reach to your audience across the globe irrespective of device and location.

The Smart Webcast had added more functionality to the traditional webcast to make it more interactive and informative with two way interactivity. The viewers are now equipped to ask the questions to the presenter and take an active part in the webcast.

Our unique live event registration system makes sure the viewers are keep informed about the schedule of the event with reminder email/SMS. Moreover this system empowers you to get a complete database of the attendees/viewers for post event analysis and lead generation. Also we offer additional feedback system for viewers to submit their feedback of the event. Post webcast we provide detailed analytic reports of the webcast for your analysis.

Go Web Technologies endeavor in making the events, meetings, seminars, corporate ceremonies, etc. to reach global audience beside confined addressees. The live webcast service or live webcasting services has busted the distance barriers and enables the live audio/video content delivered across the globe instantly.

All this happens through the extremely reliable webcast/streaming technical expertise learned over the years. This includes proficient staff, specialized web-casting equipment’s, latest streaming technology, secure content delivery network & professional approach towards clients. Numerous applications of webcast made our webcast technology serve a range of industry in their marketing and communication initiatives.

Live Event Webcast Pune, Mumbai, Delhi, Noida, Gurgaon, India. Live Event Webcast India

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Live Event Webcast Easier and More Affordable

Organizing a special event?

Corporate events • training seminars • shareholder meetings •marketing & promotional campaigns • press conferences• awards ceremonies • pay-per-view events • product launches •town halls • sports events • weddings • graduation ceremonies•

Why not webcast it! As live webcast with us is now Easier and More Affordable!

Imagine… giving anyone, anywhere in the world, the gift of being able to watch and participate in your special event – as it happens – live on the Internet!
Regardless of whether you’re organizing a corporate event for employees across the province – or a training for employees spread across the globe on the other side of the world – webcasting gives you the power to allow anyone, anywhere, to be there and join in…
as and when it happens.
With years of experience and multiple live webcasts to our credit, Go Web Technologies team is 1 leading provider of live event webcasting services in India.
Our highly experienced team of webcasting and video production professionals will take care of all the details for you, so that you can focus on the experience you deliver to your audience, and not worry about the webcast itself.
We provide the cameras, the personnel, the equipment, the technical infrastructure and the expertise to live stream your event on the web and to record, archive and preserve it for on-demand viewing after it’s over.
We also provide you with a custom designed web page to host your webcast, or the code to embed the webcast on your own website.
One phone call is all it takes to arrange for a free consultation and cost-estimate for your event webcast.
Call us today at (+91) 98087856167 or email shyam.gupta@gowebtechnologies.com

Live web casting webcast of Corporate events,training seminars,shareholder meetings,marketing,promotional campaigns,press conferences,awards […]

By |September 17th, 2014|Webcast|0 Comments

Live Webcast of Typoday 2014

Symbiosis Institute of Design (SID) will have a Live Webcast of Typoday 2014 on 1st, 2nd March 2014 (Saturday and Sunday).

Those who are unable to make it for Typography Day 2014 can certainly join and view the same via the Live webcast. The live webcast is designed for a phone friendly access irrespective of their location. One can join via their ios or android phones!

The theme for this year’s event is ‘Typography and Culture’.

The event will feature a day of workshops on Typography and Calligraphy followed by two days of conference dedicated to ‘typography and Culture’. The international conference will be devoted to addressing issues faced by type designers, type users and type educators. The conference includes presentations by invited keynote speakers, eminent academicians, blind juried papers, industry professionals, research scholars and students. The event will also host an exhibition of selected posters and typographic works of students and faculty members from Design Institutes.

To view Typography Day 2014 VOD online  click here.

 
Keynote Speaker
  Prof. James Craig

Prof. James Craig, a well-known author of books on graphic design, was born in Montreal, Canada. He studied fine arts in Montreal and Paris before immigrating to the United States. He received his BFA from The Cooper Union and his MFA from Yale University. Now semi-retired, Mr. Craig was the Design Director for Watson-Guptill Publications and is a member of the New York Art Directors Club, Association Typographique Internationale (ATypI), Type Directors Club (TDC), Typophiles, and a past member of the American Institute of Graphic Arts (AIGA). After thirty years he recently retired from teaching typography at The Cooper Union, but continues to lecture widely.

http://designingwithtype.com/resources_booksByJC.html

  Padmashree Dr. Ganesh N. Devy

Prof G. N. Devy, was educated at Shivaji University, Kolhapur and the University of […]

Corporate Town Hall Event Webcast

Your employees love hearing from you, so make an impression and deliver your next Town Hall in style!

Go Web Technologies provides you the industry’s most flexible, affordable, and easy to use webcasting solution that engages your audience and delivers results. Webcast your own Hall Meetings that leave lasting impressions.To ensure employees feel inspired, valued and engaged, American Express strives to create an open environment in which employees can ask questions or make suggestions at any time, even to senior leadership. Live webcast is a way To this end, we provide a channels to encourage employees to share their questions and feedback.Deliver critical, time-sensitive information, create trust and provide transparent communication from executives to employees. We produce webcast events in our studio and on-location in hotel ballrooms or your office or conference centre.

Webcasts are visually engaging virtual meetings that:
-Provide news and information to your entire audience simultaneously
-Allow for real-time interaction and Q&A with executives
-Reduce travel costs and time out of office for executives
-Reduce meeting expenses at hotels or conference centers
-Are environmentally friendly

Our Corporate Event  webcasts are designed to fit your specific needs, including:
-A branded interactive webcast player
-Custom technical settings; including bit rates, network integration and security
-Produced in-studio, from your office or any other meeting location
-Streamed to individual desktops or to groups

Custom & unique to each client.We work closely with the business and IT to provide personalized service.

Corporate Town Hall Event Webcast — by Shyam Gupta

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Webcast for market research

Go Web Technologies provides real time video streaming for the qualitative market research activity which can be viewed from anywhere in the world with just an internet connection. This enables the client to manage and monitor audio, video and multimedia research content over the internet. In case the client wants to add value to the live research program it can be done at real time and data gathered accordingly.
We enable our clients to Live video stream their qualitative market research such as focus group, central location testing, dyads and triads over the internet. They deliver audio and video recordings of the highest quality and reliability and yet being very cost effective. Even ESOMAR is also using live streaming as a key marketing tool.

How we are Different? – Live streaming of research need not be with fixed studios….
Key Features:
o Client can access the video stream from remote locations
o Focus Group, Individual interviews from any locations.
o Extremely well priced
o No Fixed studios required (venue choice is yours + cost drops too)
o Very good quality of Audio and Video
o Multiple cameras could be used
o Camera Focus on each respondent which can capture every expression (be it words or a smile)
o Transcripts available beside the videos on library – in 2 formats, as a Side bar and as Subtitles
o Multiple access of video stream enabled
o Secured password to access the video stream
o Post project completion, all files are archived in the library and are available for 24X7 viewing for a year
o Live chats with the moderator is enabled throughout the project
o Can force content out of the moderator’s computer to the client’s which promotes transparency
o Record and archive projects immediately
o Dedicated technicians for Tech Support

We understand the importance of privacy and precision in research industry. The webcast of the event will be […]

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6th B. Krishna Memorial National IPR Moot Court Competition 2014

Symbiosis Law School, Pune, the constituent of Symbiosis International University, kick started its 3 day long  6th B. Krishna Memorial National IPR Moot Court Competition 2014 on 7th of February, 2014 in association with Krishna and Saurastri Associates at 17:30 Hrs in the SLS, Pune Auditorium.

Hon’ble Mr. Justice J.A. Patil, former Judge Bombay High Court, Chairman, Commission of Inquiry into alleged irregularities relating to Adarsh C.H.S Ltd., Colaba, Mumbai graced the occasion as the Chief Guest.

The Krishna National IPR Moot Court Competition-2014 is going to witness various historic moments this time. It is going to be a unique blend of substantive laws and the procedural requirements of intellectual property regime prevalent worldwide. The usual IPR Law based problem this time is based on national and international arbitration laws too. Justice Patil and Dr. Rajani Gupte took the audience by surprise by inaugurating the first ever symbiosis live webcast portal which will cover the final rounds including the Valedictory ceremony just by clicking at the link: http://gowebtechnologies.com/live-event/sls/webcast.html

26 Law Schools across the country including NLSIU, Bangalore; NLU, Delhi; RMLNLU, Lucknow: TSNLU, Tirchi: DSNLU, Vishakhapatnam; NLU, Orissa; Jindal Global Law School, Sonipat; ILS, Pune and IIT Kharagpur shall be battling out to conquer the glittering trophy.

Dr. Rajani Gupte, Vice Chancellor, SIU, in her inaugural address emphasized upon the need of practical learning. She said that Dr. Gurpur’s innovative vision is playing a vital role in translating it to reality. She further added that, the innovation in the field of education, which has been witnessed by Law or Business school, has in fact opened doors for a more profound personal and friendly teaching experience that further the knowledge of the students.

Welcoming the participants, Dr. Shashikala Gurpur, Director, Symbiosis Law School, Pune […]

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Live Webcast of IR-Conference held at Symbiosis International University

Symbiosis International University organised a two-day conference on International Relations with the theme of INDIA AND DEVELOPMENT PARTNERSHIPS IN ASIA AND AFRICA: TOWARDS A NEW PARADIGM. The event was held at the University’s Lavale Campus in Pune on the 14th – 15th December, 2013 with the support of the Public Diplomacy Division, Ministry of External Affairs, Govt. of India.

WEBCAST LINK:  http://gowebtechnologies.com/live-event/siu/IR-Conference/webcast.html

The event was inaugurated by Hon’ble Shri M. Hamid Ansari, Vice President of India on 14th December, 2013.

The event was graced by the esteemed presence of H. E. Mr. Hamid Karzai, Hon’ble President, Islamic Republic of Afghanistan on 15th December, 2013.

Several academicians, bureaucrats, ministers, former ambassadors, corporates and other dignitaries joined the event as its distinguished panelists and delivered speeches in various focus areas.

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Webcast Tips to a sucessful webcast

Planning Your Webcast ? Here below are the useful webcast tips :-

1. Think Like a Live TV Producer: When you start webcasting you are basically creating a live television show. You need to think about your audience and ask yourself: Who is my audience? When will they want to watch my program? What do I need to do in the presentation to keep them from changing the channel? Do I need to make any changes in the introduction, content and wrap up to accommodate them? Etc.

2. Choose a suitable Date/Time that works for your virtual audience: If your are planning to have a live webcast to be seen by a large “live” audience than it is very important to air your webcast at a time when the largest virtual audience will be available. Don’t choose odd times and days.

3. Use Social Tools to Share Your Story: Use social tools to help your audience to tell their friends/colleagues about your webcast. Make it easy for them to email or tweet the links. Ask them to write about you webcast it in their blogs.

4. Create a Hash tag for Your Webcast. Use of Hash tags help you to form a community around your event by combining the buzz and user generated content on Twitter, Blogs, Flickr, YouTube, etc. Similarly, the hash tags will help people that are talking about your virtual session connect with each other and exchange ideas.

5. Assign Someone responsible to connect (tweet) the Virtual Audience with the Face2Face Audience: Having someone recap key points and tweet them to the virtual viewer’s helps them connect with your event. Also encourage this person to ask the virtual audience questions before and during the virtual event.

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