Proud Partner! Adobe Connect Awarded Leader In Web Conferencing By Gartner Critical Capabilities

Lighthouse Conferencing has been a preferred partner of Adobe Connect for years. Each and every year we are proud of the successes of the Adobe Connect product and excited to offer it in our lineup of web conferencing software. We were happy to hear that this past year, Adobe Connect…

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Lighthouse Is Helping People Retire On Time!

Wait what?  Did Lighthouse get into the pension plan biz?  Is Lighthouse a hip new hedge fund inspired by watching entirely too much “Billions” on Sunday nights?   Not quite.  But what we have been doing is working with an increasing number of state and municipal retirement funds that have found…

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Video Or Audio? Live Or Part-recorded? Time For A Teleconference Tune-up – IR Magazine

In a recent IR Magazine article, "Video or audio? Live or part-recorded? Time for a teleconference tune-up", Brad Allen "compares the different options for earnings calls".  Our Chief Events Officer, Marc Gutman, gives his two cents in this article on the most reliable options for these types of calls.  Read the entire article below!…

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Lighthouse Is Making Webcasting Easier Than Ever

At Lighthouse we’re always taking cues from our clients on how to make their “event and conferencing life” easier.  We listen to them and then figure out ways to improve the experience for the hosts and their attendees.  In a previous blog I told a story about how we brought…

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The Top 10 Reasons Why Virtual Is Better Than Travel

For businesses of all shapes and sizes, the financial and emotional stress of bringing together employees from across the country, or heck, across the globe, can weigh heavy on the minds of all involved in the meeting at hand.  First travel plans, then the actual travel itself, and finally trying…

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What Do You Do When WebEx And GoToWebinar Webcasting Services Can’t Handle Your Large Events?

A new prospective webcasting client reached out to us the other day and they were pretty down in the dumps.  And by “down in the dumps”, I mean really really mad.  They had to send out an embarrassing email to a massive list of customers and peers apologizing for them…

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