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Paul joined Qumu in 2015, bringing 20 years of experience in senior , primarily within the software industry, including vice president EMEA at a UK based Risk Management start up and enterprise sales at Oracle and Stellent.

Lessons Learnt From The Aragon Research Globe For Enterprise Video

The 2018 Aragon Research Globe for Enterprise Video published in July of 2018 is a comprehensive 29-page report where Aragon Research not only identifies the leading providers in the Enterprise Video space, but also reviews a number of trends and insights related to the growing use of video within the enterprise. Video is proving to be a critical asset to the digital enterprise and is on a collision course with digital asset management. If you have not already done so, we highly recommend you download this free report. The need for video content in a digital enterprise is greater than ever now that video-enabled customer journeys have become more vital to engagement. Use cases still rule the day and Video-Enabled Business Applications (VEBAs) are still a way for enterprises to get started ...

How To Drive Enterprise Video Engagement And Adoption

Introducing the widespread use of video to an organisation causes a paradigm shift that can be daunting for both employees and executive leadership to accept. But the good news is, hundreds of companies have successfully travelled this path by following some key rules. It is essential that, prior to launching any sort of widespread enterprise video initiative within an organisation, all possible barriers to adoption must be identified. For example, one of the most common barriers when it comes to the adoption of enterprise video is the mindset that video is both expensive and time consuming. Obviously with the proliferation of personal apps like SnapChat, Skype and Facetime, these misconceptions were overcome outside of the office long ago. But inside many organisations these beliefs still...

Encoding And Transcoding In Enterprise Video

Are you managing enterprise video across a variety of platforms? If so, you’ll need to consider a number of options as you prepare media for company-wide and possibly global distribution. But before you do, it’s important to understand the difference between two key video concepts: encoding and transcoding. In a nutshell, the process of encoding involves taking raw, original and uncompressed source content and converting it to a compressed digital format. Often used in the context of encoders—which can be software or hardware based—encoding takes a live video source and converts it to a file, so it may be live streamed or archived in a digital format. A simple example of this would be taking a live camera feed from your onsite broadcast studio and encoding it to an Apple HLS live video for...

How Can Social Business Platforms Leverage Enterprise Video?

We’ve all witnessed the explosion of video on the consumer side of social media, underscored a few weeks ago by LinkedIn adding the ability to create video posts. Additionally, as Global 2000 companies are quickly realising, the same explosive growth of video is happening right now at the enterprise level, as they deploy social business applications like Yammer, Jive, Connections and SharePoint and the use of social business video skyrockets. In fact, McKinsey & Company recently ranked video sharing among the top three fastest-growing Enterprise 2.0 technologies, along with blogs and enterprise social networks. Of course, this growth has enterprise technology leaders—particularly in IT departments—both excited and concerned. Right now, they’re asking themselves how they can encourage e...