Modernization and Migrations LiveStream Recording

Modernization and Migrations LiveStream Recording

by | Sep 28, 2010 | Event, Services, Consulting & Training |

Jim Cahill

Chief Blogger, Editor

We’re trying a few new things this week at the Emerson Exchange. I’ve got my mobile webcam gear and we’re livestreaming a handful of the presentations throughout the week.

Emerson’s Laurie Ben and John Dolenc were gracious enough to agree to be first with their Modernization and Migrations – Lesson’s Learned presentation. I previewed their presentation in an earlier post.

The stream went out live earlier today on the Emerson Exchange Livestream channel. Here’s the recording and presentation to part 1:

Watch live streaming video from emersonexchange at livestream.com

It appears the part 2 live stream did not successfully transfer back to the server. Hopefully, I’ll have the kinks ironed out in future ones. Here’s is the presentation:

It’s not quite like being here, but I hope you get some value out of it, if your future plans include modernizing your control system. Follow the action on the #EMRex Twitter search for announcements of future Emerson Exchange livestream presentations.

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