Video has become a critical workplace capability because it has the ability to deliver measurable value. Today, with connected devices such as drones providing live feeds, we expect demand for real-time video to continue to increase and the number of video-enabled use cases to expand. Enterprises are looking for complete enterprise video capabilities to manage the plethora of rich interactive content.
We advise our clients on how to tackle the myriad of components that make up the enterprise video ecosystem—including web and video conferencing solutions, 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?
Enterprise Video Research
The Aragon Research Globe™ for Web and Video Conferencing, 2017
December 6, 2017
Summary: This report examines 22 major providers in the market. As you consider these providers, keep in mind which capabilities and products best fit the required use cases that pertain to your enterprise or buying center. Read More >
Summary: This research note examines 17 providers in a market that is expanding from content management to a full video platform that supports video capture and live video delivery. Read More >
Hot Vendors in Enterprise Video, 2017
August 3, 2017
Summary: With live broadcasting and on-demand video becoming a standard way of communication, enterprise video will have large impacts within enterprises. In this research note, we identify three enterprise video providers making a difference. Read More >
Enterprise Video Blogs
Avaya Buys Spoken Communications and Dives Into Cloud
January 30, 2018
At Avaya’s annual customer conference, Avaya announced that it was acquiring Seattle-based Spoken Communications, a Cloud Contact Center provider. This blog summarizes some of the key findings of the deal and the impact on Avaya and its customers. Read More >
Microsoft Teams Replaces Skype for Business
September 28, 2017
Microsoft Teams is replacing Skype for Business. This makes Teams the front and center contender to take on the challenge being presented by competitors such as Slack. This blog discusses the rise of Teams and how Microsoft is streamlining its overall collaboration story. Read More >
Dreamforce #DF17: Salesforce and Google Partner to Thwart Microsoft
November 14, 2017
At #DF17, Salesforce announced a major partnership with Google that is more than just Cloud. To us, this partnership is much more than Google sponsoring Dreamforce: it’s about slowing down Microsoft. Read More >
Zoom had jumped into a leadership position before Sequoia doubled down with a $100 million Series D investment. Now with the capital it needs, Zoom is ready to take things to the next level, which could include virtual reality. Read More >