2013_08_15_Media

It probably comes to you as no surprise that adults between the ages of 13 and 64 are spending over a third of their time online using social networks. It’s one of the first things I do when I get online, check Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn to catch up with friends, get responses to news items (Ben Affleck is going to be Batman? Who knew?) and see what’s going on in the world. So that statistic on the graph is probably not that exciting or interesting.

While I am interested in that statistic and I’ll get to that in a second, what’s grabbing me right now are the next three. Email, online video and search. If we look at this graph for an overall trend instead of specific data, the thing that people are spending almost all of their time on when online is looking for and digesting information:

  • Email is about connecting information with other people and receiving information in return.
  • Online video is a medium to easily ingest information (even if that information is just a video of Grumpy Cat).
  • Search is, of course, the way we find specific information that doesn’t come across our path in our newsfeeds.

So we spend most of our time online wrapped up in finding and ingesting information. These are the habits we as an online culture have developed. What if we could combine those habits to make our work days more efficient? What if we could pinpoint information with laser focus? What if we could replace email with communication that was both faster and deeper than text? And what if we could make it social?

Enterprise video gives businesses the tools to harness the habits employees have developed and capitalize on them to make a more connected, more effective workplace. The writing’s on the wall, let enterprise video show you the way.

 2013_08_15_Media

It probably comes to you as no surprise that adults between the ages of 13 and 64 are spending over a third of their time online using social networks. It’s one of the first things I do when I get online, check Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn to catch up with friends, get responses to news items (Ben Affleck is going to be Batman? Who knew?) and see what’s going on in the world. So that statistic on the graph is probably not that exciting or interesting.

While I am interested in that statistic and I’ll get to that in a second, what’s grabbing me right now are the next three. Email, online video and search. If we look at this graph for an overall trend instead of specific data, the thing that people are spending almost all of their time on when online is looking for and digesting information:

  • Email is about connecting information with other people and receiving information in return.
  • Online video is a medium to easily ingest information (even if that information is just a video of Grumpy Cat).
  • Search is, of course, the way we find specific information that doesn’t come across our path in our newsfeeds.

So we spend most of our time online wrapped up in finding and ingesting information. These are the habits we as an online culture have developed. What if we could combine those habits to make our work days more efficient? What if we could pinpoint information with laser focus? What if we could replace email with communication that was both faster and deeper than text? And what if we could make it social?

Enterprise video gives businesses the tools to harness the habits employees have developed and capitalize on them to make a more connected, more effective workplace. The writing’s on the wall, let enterprise video show you the way.

 2013_08_15_Media

It probably comes to you as no surprise that adults between the ages of 13 and 64 are spending over a third of their time online using social networks. It’s one of the first things I do when I get online, check Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn to catch up with friends, get responses to news items (Ben Affleck is going to be Batman? Who knew?) and see what’s going on in the world. So that statistic on the graph is probably not that exciting or interesting.

While I am interested in that statistic and I’ll get to that in a second, what’s grabbing me right now are the next three. Email, online video and search. If we look at this graph for an overall trend instead of specific data, the thing that people are spending almost all of their time on when online is looking for and digesting information:

  • Email is about connecting information with other people and receiving information in return.
  • Online video is a medium to easily ingest information (even if that information is just a video of Grumpy Cat).
  • Search is, of course, the way we find specific information that doesn’t come across our path in our newsfeeds.

So we spend most of our time online wrapped up in finding and ingesting information. These are the habits we as an online culture have developed. What if we could combine those habits to make our work days more efficient? What if we could pinpoint information with laser focus? What if we could replace email with communication that was both faster and deeper than text? And what if we could make it social?

Enterprise video gives businesses the tools to harness the habits employees have developed and capitalize on them to make a more connected, more effective workplace. The writing’s on the wall, let enterprise video show you the way.

 2013_08_15_Media

It probably comes to you as no surprise that adults between the ages of 13 and 64 are spending over a third of their time online using social networks. It’s one of the first things I do when I get online, check Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn to catch up with friends, get responses to news items (Ben Affleck is going to be Batman? Who knew?) and see what’s going on in the world. So that statistic on the graph is probably not that exciting or interesting.

While I am interested in that statistic and I’ll get to that in a second, what’s grabbing me right now are the next three. Email, online video and search. If we look at this graph for an overall trend instead of specific data, the thing that people are spending almost all of their time on when online is looking for and digesting information:

  • Email is about connecting information with other people and receiving information in return.
  • Online video is a medium to easily ingest information (even if that information is just a video of Grumpy Cat).
  • Search is, of course, the way we find specific information that doesn’t come across our path in our newsfeeds.

So we spend most of our time online wrapped up in finding and ingesting information. These are the habits we as an online culture have developed. What if we could combine those habits to make our work days more efficient? What if we could pinpoint information with laser focus? What if we could replace email with communication that was both faster and deeper than text? And what if we could make it social?

Enterprise video gives businesses the tools to harness the habits employees have developed and capitalize on them to make a more connected, more effective workplace. The writing’s on the wall, let enterprise video show you the way.

 2013_08_15_Media

It probably comes to you as no surprise that adults between the ages of 13 and 64 are spending over a third of their time online using social networks. It’s one of the first things I do when I get online, check Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn to catch up with friends, get responses to news items (Ben Affleck is going to be Batman? Who knew?) and see what’s going on in the world. So that statistic on the graph is probably not that exciting or interesting.

While I am interested in that statistic and I’ll get to that in a second, what’s grabbing me right now are the next three. Email, online video and search. If we look at this graph for an overall trend instead of specific data, the thing that people are spending almost all of their time on when online is looking for and digesting information:

  • Email is about connecting information with other people and receiving information in return.
  • Online video is a medium to easily ingest information (even if that information is just a video of Grumpy Cat).
  • Search is, of course, the way we find specific information that doesn’t come across our path in our newsfeeds.

So we spend most of our time online wrapped up in finding and ingesting information. These are the habits we as an online culture have developed. What if we could combine those habits to make our work days more efficient? What if we could pinpoint information with laser focus? What if we could replace email with communication that was both faster and deeper than text? And what if we could make it social?

Enterprise video gives businesses the tools to harness the habits employees have developed and capitalize on them to make a more connected, more effective workplace. The writing’s on the wall, let enterprise video show you the way.