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 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
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 >
Summary: The fourth edition of the Aragon Globe for Enterprise Video 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 >
Summary: In this report, Aragon Research highlights 23 major providers helping enterprises work faster and to compete in the global market Read More >
Enterprise Video Blogs
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 will be ready to take things to the next level, which could include Virtual Reality Read More >
Polycom’s New CEO and Product Arsenal Promise Digital Success
October 25, 2016
Polycom has been in the midst of a product makeover. This blog is about the changes at Polycom, including bringing a new CEO on board, and the opportunity the company has in the Digital Era Read More >
Microsoft Teams is the New Slack Killer
November 14, 2016
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 Read More >
GuideSpark: The Video Platform You Haven’t Met Yet
July 7, 2016
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 Read More >