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.
In the increasing time of online networking, user authentication remains a big challenge for all users but adds another level of concern for enterprises. Corporations want to validate whether people are who they say they are and whether they are allowed to do what they are trying to do.
Authentication protocols provide the security of sending authenticated data (username, password, tokens etc.) over networks between an identity provider (IdP) and different service providers (relying party applications).
In the previous blog, we discussed VIDIZMO enterprise video content management features from a front-end user’s perspective, highlighting capabilities such as centralized media management, search, playback, interactivity, and sharing. Having covered that, this blog will detail VIDIZMO video content management capabilities from an administrative (back-end) perspective, specifically highlighting functionalities such as security, access, analytics, branding, integration, storage optimization, and deployment.
In any organizational environment today, employees use a broad range of rich media assets, including videos, audios, graphics, presentation slides, and of course textual documents. However, managing your company’s growing digital media collateral is more challenging than ever.
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.
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?