The video landscape is changing and continues to evolve at fast pace. Enterprises must keep up so that they can remain competitive. Read this paper to: Find out who within your organization is using video and why What trends are causing the demand for video What industries are the largest adopters of video
About The Webinar Mukul Krishna and Anisha Vinny from Frost & Sullivan join Vbrick to discuss the Enterprsie Video Platform marketplace, with particular emphasis on adoption strategies to realize the full potential of an enterprise video investment. Video continues to be the fastest growing data type in our world today. In parallel, enterprises world over have witnessed a move away from traditional document-based communications, and an increased demand for engaging, interactive, rich media communications. You'll Learn How enterprises harness the power of video as a strategic communications tool in 2019 What verticals are the fastest adopters of enterprise video solutions today The trends that drive this adoption The various ways in which enterprises employ video to communicate, educate and sell Best practices for streaming and on-demand video strategy Please Fill Out This Form To Register To Watch:
To create a successful video streaming strategy, one that won’t kill your network, IT leaders should: Evaluate the use of video streaming within their organization, both today, and in the likely future Determine requirements for supporting a wide variety of video streaming use cases ranging from town halls, to training, to IoT, to recorded meetings, to user-generated live and recorded video Evaluate an Enterprise Content Delivery Network (E-CDN) to optimize streaming video delivery across the network Evaluate alternative E-CDN solutions on their ability to support video needs, integrate with the existing network and video infrastructure, and provide a cloud-based delivery model to enable scale and rapid access to new features Implement an ongoing management strategy designed to proactively support likely growth in video streaming. Please Fill Out This Form To Register To Watch:
The webinar features digital media industry experts Mukul Krishna, Frost & Sullivan Global Director of Digital Media, and Anisha Vinny, Frost & Sullivan Industry Analyst, Information & Communications Technologies, who will present analysis about the enterprise video opportunity, the technology challenges it creates, and how organizations can successfully harness video’s potential. Please Fill Out This Form To Register To Watch:
Video streaming is rapidly growing within the modern enterprise, with more than half now supporting live streaming of events, news, and user-generated live streams, while a nearly equal percentage of organizations allowing employees to record their own video and share it with peers. As video content grows, so too does the need to manage it in accordance with regulatory, governance, and security requirements. Absent such a strategy, organizations open themselves up to risk of unauthorized distribution of sensitive material, potentially leading to embarrassment, loss of intellectual property, and leaking of privileged communications. Despite these risks, few organizations have a proactive approach to managing video content assets in a manner that insures security and meets enterprise data governance and retention requirements. Successful approaches require: Establishing a proactive video content management strategy that provides the basis for classifying and enforcing video content governance. Deploying a video content management system that provides a centralized repository, distribution mechanism, and control point for implementing a governance policy. Evaluating competing video content management system platforms on their ability to meet your security, regulatory, and compliance needs.
Say the words “live video broadcast” to IT leaders and they are likely to cringe at the thought of having to stream video to hundreds or thousands of users, often relying only on the capabilities provided by existing network devices, and over wireless networks. And it’s not just live video: Video streaming of content including recorded meetings, training, Internet-connected devices, user-generated video, and content sourced from public repositories is exploding across public and private networks thanks to growing demand from end-users to be able to both access on-demand streams, as well as create and share their own video broadcasts from any endpoint. IT leaders must develop and implement a proactive strategy for supporting the ever-increasing flow of video across enterprise networks to ensure reliability and high-quality video performance, as well as to prevent streaming video from adversely impacting other applications. A core component of a successful video streaming strategy is an Enterprise Content Delivery Network (E-CDN). An E-CDN optimizes video delivery, minimizes bandwidth impact, and supports enterprise security and prioritization policies. To create a successful video streaming strategy, one that won’t kill your network, IT leaders should: Evaluate the use of video streaming within their organization, both today, and in...
Chances are if your company is looking to deploy an enterprise video platform, one of the key decisions you will have to make in the process is whether the deployment will be on premises or cloud based. Read this white paper to: Explore cloud-based enterprise video Understand its role in powering enterprise communications today Learn reasons the reasons behind its phenomenal growth in recent years.
The increasing ease of video creation—whether it’s wearable technology, robots, cars that drive themselves and who knows what else—seems to be cropping up everywhere, further proving that the future will be video-enabled. The video tsunami that we’ve all heard about is cresting right before our eyes. To leverage the glut of video, enterprise solutions need to evolve from today’s single- server approach to an infinitely scalable, cloud-focused architecture that allows for organizations to handle the impending video wave. Read this paper: To learn about the growth of video across the enterprise To better understand how video is evolving in use cases Learn best practices in leveraging cloud solutions to deliver video