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We’ve been spending the week at Gartner Symposium, talking with and learning from our fellow tech industry peers about the exciting new directions that technology and communications are headed. We especially enjoyed Gartner Analyst David W. Cearly’s presentation on the Top 10 Strategic Technology Trends for 2015.

In his presentation, Mr. Cearly outlined ten trends in three different areas that will be a driving force on the way people interact with technology in the coming year. Out of those three areas, the first area Mr. Cearly chose to discuss was “Merging the Real World and the Virtual World” or, connecting everyday, real-world actions with virtual counterparts to bring knowledge to people faster and help machines work smarter with more data.

At Qumu we have long been proponents of bringing the real world and the virtual world together. Video is the perfect medium to capture a moment in the real world and enable people across the globe to view, share and interact through the virtual world. In business, it’s important to translate real world experience into something shareable so that employees throughout your network can benefit from the expertise cultivated by team members in every corner of your organization.

In the past, this expertise could only be written down, passed along through lengthy and often confusing manuals and ultimately filed away in some filing cabinet, never to be seen again.

With video, experts throughout the company can record compelling and engaging videos describing processes, best practices and tips and knowledge about specific subject matter that are easy to watch and digest. Once that video is recorded, users can upload the video to an enterprise video portal, giving employees all over the world the ability to watch and learn from the expert videos. On top of that, leading video portals should be enabled with Speech Search which allows users to search through the spoken words in audio tracks of videos to find the videos that are most pertinent to their situation.

The virtual world has been helping businesses accelerate employees’ knowledge gathering techniques. When they bring the real world in through video, there’s no limit to what they can do.

Find out how an enterprise video platform can bring the real world into your businesses’ virtual world.Video: Bringing the Real World into the Virtual World
We’ve been spending the week at Gartner Symposium, talking with and learning from our fellow tech industry peers about the exciting new directions that technology and communications are headed. We especially enjoyed Gartner Analyst David W. Cearly’s presentation on the Top 10 Strategic Technology Trends for 2015.
In his presentation, Mr. Cearly outlined ten trends in three different areas that will be a driving force on the way people interact with technology in the coming year. Out of those three areas, the first area Mr. Cearly chose to discuss was “Merging the Real World and the Virtual World” or, connecting everyday, real-world actions with virtual counterparts to bring knowledge to people faster and help machines work smarter with more data.
At Qumu we have long been proponents of bringing the real world and the virtual world together. Video is the perfect medium to capture a moment in the real world and enable people across the globe to view, share and interact through the virtual world. In business, it’s important to translate real world experience into something shareable so that employees throughout your network can benefit from the expertise cultivated by team members in every corner of your organization.
In the past, this expertise could only be written down, passed along through lengthy and often confusing manuals and ultimately filed away in some filing cabinet, never to be seen again.
With video, experts throughout the company can record compelling and engaging videos describing processes, best practices and tips and knowledge about specific subject matter that are easy to watch and digest. Once that video is recorded, users can upload the video to an enterprise video portal, giving employees all over the world the ability to watch and learn from the expert videos. On top of that, leading video portals should be enabled with Speech Search which allows users to search through the spoken words in audio tracks of videos to find the videos that are most pertinent to their situation.
The virtual world has been helping businesses accelerate employees’ knowledge gathering techniques, when they bring the real world in through video, there’s no limit to what they can do.
Find out how an enterprise video platform can bring the real world into your businesses’ virtual world.
Video: Bringing the Real World into the Virtual World
We’ve been spending the week at Gartner Symposium, talking with and learning from our fellow tech industry peers about the exciting new directions that technology and communications are headed. We especially enjoyed Gartner Analyst David W. Cearly’s presentation on the Top 10 Strategic Technology Trends for 2015.
In his presentation, Mr. Cearly outlined ten trends in three different areas that will be a driving force on the way people interact with technology in the coming year. Out of those three areas, the first area Mr. Cearly chose to discuss was “Merging the Real World and the Virtual World” or, connecting everyday, real-world actions with virtual counterparts to bring knowledge to people faster and help machines work smarter with more data.
At Qumu we have long been proponents of bringing the real world and the virtual world together. Video is the perfect medium to capture a moment in the real world and enable people across the globe to view, share and interact through the virtual world. In business, it’s important to translate real world experience into something shareable so that employees throughout your network can benefit from the expertise cultivated by team members in every corner of your organization.
In the past, this expertise could only be written down, passed along through lengthy and often confusing manuals and ultimately filed away in some filing cabinet, never to be seen again.
With video, experts throughout the company can record compelling and engaging videos describing processes, best practices and tips and knowledge about specific subject matter that are easy to watch and digest. Once that video is recorded, users can upload the video to an enterprise video portal, giving employees all over the world the ability to watch and learn from the expert videos. On top of that, leading video portals should be enabled with Speech Search which allows users to search through the spoken words in audio tracks of videos to find the videos that are most pertinent to their situation.
The virtual world has been helping businesses accelerate employees’ knowledge gathering techniques, when they bring the real world in through video, there’s no limit to what they can do.
Find out how an enterprise video platform can bring the real world into your businesses’ virtual world.
Video: Bringing the Real World into the Virtual World
We’ve been spending the week at Gartner Symposium, talking with and learning from our fellow tech industry peers about the exciting new directions that technology and communications are headed. We especially enjoyed Gartner Analyst David W. Cearly’s presentation on the Top 10 Strategic Technology Trends for 2015.
In his presentation, Mr. Cearly outlined ten trends in three different areas that will be a driving force on the way people interact with technology in the coming year. Out of those three areas, the first area Mr. Cearly chose to discuss was “Merging the Real World and the Virtual World” or, connecting everyday, real-world actions with virtual counterparts to bring knowledge to people faster and help machines work smarter with more data.
At Qumu we have long been proponents of bringing the real world and the virtual world together. Video is the perfect medium to capture a moment in the real world and enable people across the globe to view, share and interact through the virtual world. In business, it’s important to translate real world experience into something shareable so that employees throughout your network can benefit from the expertise cultivated by team members in every corner of your organization.
In the past, this expertise could only be written down, passed along through lengthy and often confusing manuals and ultimately filed away in some filing cabinet, never to be seen again.
With video, experts throughout the company can record compelling and engaging videos describing processes, best practices and tips and knowledge about specific subject matter that are easy to watch and digest. Once that video is recorded, users can upload the video to an enterprise video portal, giving employees all over the world the ability to watch and learn from the expert videos. On top of that, leading video portals should be enabled with Speech Search which allows users to search through the spoken words in audio tracks of videos to find the videos that are most pertinent to their situation.
The virtual world has been helping businesses accelerate employees’ knowledge gathering techniques, when they bring the real world in through video, there’s no limit to what they can do.
Find out how an enterprise video platform can bring the real world into your businesses’ virtual world.
Video: Bringing the Real World into the Virtual World
We’ve been spending the week at Gartner Symposium, talking with and learning from our fellow tech industry peers about the exciting new directions that technology and communications are headed. We especially enjoyed Gartner Analyst David W. Cearly’s presentation on the Top 10 Strategic Technology Trends for 2015.
In his presentation, Mr. Cearly outlined ten trends in three different areas that will be a driving force on the way people interact with technology in the coming year. Out of those three areas, the first area Mr. Cearly chose to discuss was “Merging the Real World and the Virtual World” or, connecting everyday, real-world actions with virtual counterparts to bring knowledge to people faster and help machines work smarter with more data.
At Qumu we have long been proponents of bringing the real world and the virtual world together. Video is the perfect medium to capture a moment in the real world and enable people across the globe to view, share and interact through the virtual world. In business, it’s important to translate real world experience into something shareable so that employees throughout your network can benefit from the expertise cultivated by team members in every corner of your organization.
In the past, this expertise could only be written down, passed along through lengthy and often confusing manuals and ultimately filed away in some filing cabinet, never to be seen again.
With video, experts throughout the company can record compelling and engaging videos describing processes, best practices and tips and knowledge about specific subject matter that are easy to watch and digest. Once that video is recorded, users can upload the video to an enterprise video portal, giving employees all over the world the ability to watch and learn from the expert videos. On top of that, leading video portals should be enabled with Speech Search which allows users to search through the spoken words in audio tracks of videos to find the videos that are most pertinent to their situation.
The virtual world has been helping businesses accelerate employees’ knowledge gathering techniques, when they bring the real world in through video, there’s no limit to what they can do.
Find out how an enterprise video platform can bring the real world into your businesses’ virtual world.