Kollective’s Customer Community Event Bringing Global Peers Together

Kollective’s Customer Community Event Bringing Global Peers Together

Hi, my name is Ana and I’m a Counciloholic and I’ve been hooked on Kollective’s Customer Council for seven editions straight. My affair with the Kollective Customer Council started in September 2015, in Barcelona. I had joined Schneider Electric two months...
Kollective IQ Has Some New Data Magic Up Its Sleeves

Kollective IQ Has Some New Data Magic Up Its Sleeves

As you may imagine, childhood for someone who grew up to find a career in building data and analytics platforms was filled with… well… chess club. Obviously. Time at the library? Sure. Legos, a wide array of board games, and last but not least, learning card tricks...
Do I Need An Enterprise Content Delivery Network?

Do I Need An Enterprise Content Delivery Network?

The demand for both rich digital media and software security updates can strain an enterprise network. Bottlenecks can form from WAN overload, causing employees to feel disconnected from the corporate community and leaving remote devices open to security breaches. A...
Need Streaming? Will Travel – Nick’s Notes From The Road

Need Streaming? Will Travel – Nick’s Notes From The Road

Over the course of my career in streaming events, I have seen a lot. I have done webcasts in some of the smallest offices, on factory floors, as well as some of the biggest convention centers and hotel ballrooms in the world. I have even conducted a live...
When it comes to your video strategy, what does “good” look like?

When it comes to your video strategy, what does “good” look like?

When I was a Kollective customer at one of the largest banks in America, I developed an Online Video Team to manage on Demand publishing and live event streaming. Today, that team is an integral part of the planning and execution of hundreds live video events. These...
Death of Windows 7: Remote Office OSD Deployments

Death of Windows 7: Remote Office OSD Deployments

Hopefully everyone is aware that Microsoft will be ending support for Windows 7 in 2020. There are many blog articles and press releases pushing this point. Organizations have had a couple years of extended support, thus paying additional fees to Microsoft for...