Please review the minimum requirements, general frequently asked questions, and technical question.
Test your system
Before viewing a Webcast we recommend that you test your system configuration.
Operating system and internet browser configurations
Supported system configurations
* If you are using an unsupported version of a Windows, Mac, or Linux operating system, you may experience difficulty in viewing and/or listening to the event.
Supported internet browsers
* Official support for the "latest" version of a newly released browser, among those noted above, will be added within 8 weeks of public release. Until then, the previous version will continue to be supported instead.
The platform supports Microsoft Edge, Chrome, FireFox and Safari. We can deliver the experience via HTML5.
Before you access the event, you should ensure that your browser is configured to stream media. For Audio events we recommend a minimum Internet connection of 128 Kbps. For Video events you will need a minimum Internet connection of 800 Kbps for an optimal experience.
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You may register from the "Register for this Webcast" link on the AP Dbriefs page or directly from our invitation emails. From either place, when you activate the "Register" button you will be taken to our registration form. Kindly fill in all the details to register for the webcast.
Is there a deadline for registration?
No, although we recommend registering no later than 30 minutes prior to any event. Once registered, a confirmation email will be sent containing the link needed to access the Webcast.
Does registration ever close?
Only after the Webcast has been aired. It may then be viewed at any time from our archives page for up to 180 days after the live event.
Is there a limit to the number of attendees?
No, unlike some technologies with a limited capacity, ours allows for an unlimited number of viewers, ensuring access to the Webcast.
After I register for a Webcast, when will I receive the details necessary to access it?
Upon registering, you will be sent an automatic confirmation email with the access link. We will also send a reminder notice shortly before the event.
How do I subscribe to or unsubscribe from the Dbriefs mailing list?
You may join the mailing list by selecting the "Join Dbriefs" button on the right or simply by attending a Webcast. You may unsubscribe at any time by sending us an email with the word “Unsubscribe” in the subject line.
How much does it cost to view a Webcast?
Nothing, they're absolutely free.
What is the ideal time to join a Webcast?
We recommend joining the Webcast about 5 to 10 minutes before it begins, to make sure your computer is configured properly.
How can I obtain a copy of the slides used during the Webcast?
The slides from a Webcast can be downloaded directly from the Webcast screen, for both live and archived presentations.
What if I missed a live Webcast?
All Dbriefs Webcasts are archived for 180 days after they originally air. For a complete list of past programming, please visit the Dbriefs on-demand webcasts.
Can I receive CPE credit for attending a Webcast?
You can request a Dbriefs Asia Pacific Attendance Record for Webcasts you have attended to claim CPE/CPD credits. See CPE/CPD Information to find out the eligibility requirement in your jurisdiction and how to request the attendance record.
Is there a dial-in number for the Webcast?
No. All audio and visual aspects are streamed directly over the Internet and come through your computer.
Official support for the "latest" version of a newly released browser, among those noted above, will be added within 8 weeks of public release. Until then, the previous version will continue to be supported instead.