Video has become a critical workplace capability because it has the ability to deliver measurable value. We advise our clients on how to tackle the myriad components that make up the enterprise video ecosystem – including web and video conferencing, video creation, and the delivery of video via Enterprise Video platforms.
What are the key trends in Video?
How do I develop a Video Content Management strategy?
Which Enterprise Video platforms should I be evaluating?
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Can You See Me Now? Why Enterprise Video Matters More in 2017
Summary: In 2017, the focus is on making high quality video more accessible to each area of the business, including collaboration, sales and marketing, and learning, among other areas. Aragon identifies four key predictions than can help enterprises plan to leverage video effectively.
Summary: Enterprises are raising the standard for what they are seeking when it comes to buying a Video Conferencing solution and the increased demand for high quality video has caused the market to respond.
Summary: The race to add more visual collaboration inside and outside of the enterprise is being driven by the need to work faster and compete in the global market. We overview 23 major providers meeting this demand in the market.
Summary: New providers are offering cloud-based webinar options, the ability to produce automated webinars, and are making ease of use a top priority. In this research note, we discuss three of the emerging Hot Vendors in this space.
Microsoft announced Microsoft Teams – based on Microsoft Office, not on Skype for Business. At first glance, Microsoft Teams might seem like a direct faceoff with Skype for Business, but it’s really a Slack killer. This blog discusses some of the reasons why Teams is the new Slack Killer.
GuideSpark is known for Employee Communications and Engagement via its cool videos that often show up during employee on-boarding or during benefits selection season. This blog talks about GuideSpark and its role in Enterprise Video.