Oct 30-31, 2012 LOS ANGELES, CA
Program Co-Chairs
Michael Newman
Paul Riismandel
Northwestern University
Eric Hards
Lockheed Martin
Erica Schroeder
Patty Perkins
Wells Fargo
Larry Bouthillier
Harvard University
George Levar
Come Learn About:
  • Enterprise YouTube vs. Managed Video System
  • Live Video Production: Tips and Tricks and Tricks
  • Developing a Mobile Device Strategy
  • Student-Generated Video on Campus
  • Creating an Internal CDN to Support Video Deployments
  • The Business Case for Video in the Enterprise
  • Enterprise Media Platform
  • Shootout Developing a Learning Management System
  • Video in the Electronic Portfolio
  • Strategies for Preparing Your Video for Tablets and Mobile Devices
  • Video Platform Deployment in Higher Education
  • Webcasting Tips and Tricks From the Enterprise

Russell Zack
General Manager, EMEA

Russ is in charge of Kaltura's business operations in EMEA. Previous to Kaltura, Russ was an Entrepreneur in Residence working on strategy and business development in the Business Incubation team within the Emerging Technology Group at Cisco. His focus was on new $1B growth opportunities and markets for video. Prior to Cisco, Russ was the Vice President of Product Management with Grab Networks (formerly Anystream), a leading provider of automated multi-platform software publishing solutions for the Media & Entertainment industry. At Grab Networks, Russ was responsible for the strategic direction and definition of the company’s products and partnerships. Previous to Grab Networks, Zack was the founder/COO of Cauldron Solutions, acquired by Anystream in 2007, and responsible for the day to day management of the company. Before co-founding Cauldron, he built several companies focused on the automotive and telecommunications industries. Previous industry-related experience includes his time spent as president and CEO of DragonFly Mobile Inc, a mobile data optimization and application company he founded in 2000. Russell was also President and co-founder of interactive media company, Sigma6 in 1994, which was acquired by AppNet in 1999. Originally from Montreal, Canada, Russ holds a BA degree in Digital Multi-Media from the University of Michigan and is a founder and board member of the Picture Book Project Foundation charity, which gives parents, artists, and art enthusiasts a way to help and inspire children in need.