There are different ways in which enterprises can secure their digital media within their enterprise video content management systems. These security requirements can either be fulfilled by the safety measures provided by the digital asset management system or by using third-party technologies that are dedicated systems for providing extensive security.
From layman end-users to large enterprise employees, content access has become a necessity for each of us. It is not just about the type of content that is accessed but the array of devices used to access the content and the network bandwidth utilized/necessary to deliver that content. This process isn’t made any easier in this era of video technology, where videos are increasingly becoming the main source of learning, training, marketing, communication and much more.
With over 100 million users, Microsoft SharePoint is used by organizations globally for employee collaboration and management of digital assets. Although SharePoint is well-suited for management of documents and images, video remains a challenge, especially with digital transformation initiatives magnifying consumption of video in organizations.
How do you overcome that challenge? Or are the limitations of SharePoint with respect to video overhyped?
A platform to store, organize, manage, search, retrieve, and share different types of videos, an enterprise Video Content Management Systems (VCMS) allows a business to stream live and on-demand videos across the organization on a global scale. Use-cases could involve setting up an e-learning environment, monetizing your video content, and streaming CEO town halls live to thousands of concurrent viewers across the world. But before doing any of that, your videos must be processed to be made available on your enterprise video portal.
“How long does it take for a video to be available for playback once it’s uploaded?”