The Technology Innovators Series explores cutting-edge video technology and how businesses are using it to connect and engage with employees, partners and customers in new ways.
This Qumu sponsored report, written by Wainhouse Sr. Analyst Steve Vonder Haar, explores how video-enabled businesses use video for training in their organization and the factors encouraging adoption of video platforms for workforce education in the enterprise.
Organizations around the world are in the midst of rediscovering something that they’ve inherently known all along: that video offers the best way to share ideas, news, and information among employees, partners, customers and other stakeholders.
In many large companies, a SharePoint site is the central employee portal, and Microsoft Lync is the dominant unified communications tool in place. Businesses are clamoring around solutions capable of extending these investments to bring greater value to the organization.
Enterprise Video Communications is the process by which rich media is created, managed over time, published and distributed to constituents both internally and externally, and reported on for the purposes of communication and knowledge advancement.
Employees, partners and customers are experiencing the hyper growth of video every day on their home, work and mobile devices, and they too are demanding video as part of their day-to-day work stream. Integrated with Citrix’s enterprise workspace capabilities, Qumu solutions meet the current and future mix of live event, video on demand and business application-integrated video.