Every organization today understands the need to incorporate enterprise video in organizational communication, learning and collaboration. However, promoting video use in the workplace necessitates that your employees across the company can create, manage and share videos with ease and efficiency.
Microsoft Stream recently added live streaming capabilities to its enterprise video service. With this, Stream now enables organizations to schedule, produce and deliver live video for companywide events, leadership updates and more.
With single sign-on (SSO) becoming the norm for secure corporate logins, every organization needs flexible single sign-on integration so their employees can have a smooth, centralized login experience across different business applications.
We are all familiar with the hassle of maintaining several sets of login credentials to sign into different business applications. Moreover, the increasing number of disparate applications used across the modern enterprise today has added to the complexity and security challenges associated with every employee maintaining multiple login credentials for each application.
On the surface, VIDIZMO and Kaltura seem to offer similar enterprise video platform capabilities to capture, store, manage and share live and on-demand videos across organizational units. Both solutions are also recognized by Gartner in their Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Video Content Management (EVCM). However, there are fundamental differences between the two solutions, specifically in terms of solution completeness and readiness for business users, licensing, deployment flexibility, customer support and industry focus.
Gartner, world’s leading research and advisory company, recognizes both VIDIZMO and Panopto in their Magic Quadrant report for Enterprise Video Content Management. Both solutions are designed to capture, host, manage, and deliver enterprise video, but a deeper look reveals fundamental differences in each product’s market positioning and the way they’ve built their product to address their target market’s preferences.
There are about 100,000 Baby Boomers retiring from the workforce every day. Organizations across all industries face an imminent threat of losing invaluable institutional knowledge as their most experienced employees leave in droves.
The current organizational landscape is experiencing an explosive growth of enterprise video and social business applications to fuel organization-wide collaboration, learning, and productivity. Last year, McKinsey & Company ranked video sharing among the top three fastest-growing Enterprise 2.0 technologies, alongside blogs and enterprise social networks.
At first glance, the largest Fortune 500 enterprises in healthcare, financial services, automobile, retail, manufacturing, among others seem to have nothing in common. They operate in disparate industries with distinct business challenges. Yet, structurally, they are very much alike. They all comprise of sizeable multi-unit or multi-divisional departments that make up the enterprise.
These departments -- often defined based on their function, product/ service focus, or location -- operate independently of one another and may even be dispersed across geographical boundaries, especially in the case of large organizations.