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.
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.
VIDIZMO and Brightcove are competing players in the enterprise video content management (EVCM) market, offering online video platform and streaming solutions to solve business video challenges. While VIDIZMO and Brightcove are both recognized in Gartner Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Video Content Management (EVCM), and serve the same markets, they offer vastly different capabilities.
Enterprise video conferencing has become an essential component of digital workplace that is revolutionizing communication and knowledge flow across organizations. From corporate broadcasts to employee training and knowledge sharing, enterprises in all industry verticals are leveraging the power of video to increase collaboration, engagement, productivity, and hence ROI. Not only this, video is also emerging as a powerful tool for businesses to connect with external stakeholders such as partners, investors, and customers across geographical boundaries.
Video is no longer considered an optional technology in the workplace, and enterprise video platforms are gaining immense popularity in organizations across all verticals. Gartner predicts by YE18, 75% of workers at large organizations will interact with various kinds of video more than three times daily.
Millennials – often referred to as the tech-savvy digital natives and hyper-connected social media aficionados – are the 21st-century disruptors of the modern workplace.
A streaming video revolution is under way in the enterprise and millennials are the ones leading the change. With video already wired in their DNA, millennials in the workplace are taking the lead in embracing video consumption across organizations. According to Frost & Sullivan, the market for enterprise streaming video platforms and solutions is expected to witness tremendous growth, and triple in size by 2021, as enterprise video moves past an experimental technology phase to become a business-critical communication tool and productivity enabler.
The new era of global digitization has spawned unprecedented possibilities for employing banking video platforms in the financial services sector. Digital banking today not only encompasses customer targeting and user experience but also pervades the restructuring of the banking enterprise into a financial services digital workplace.