mobile video

3 Strategies for Making Enterprise Video Successful in a Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) World

In the bring-your-own-device culture of the new digital workplace, organizations must make it easy for employees to create and use video. However, balancing corporate control with the needs of social business will often stifle creativity and engagement....


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Technology Innovators: Is today’s authentic video horizontal or vertical?

With 45% of our customers asking for vertical video solutions, Qumu’s John Greenstein explores the questions: Why is video going vertical (as in portrait versus landscape)? Does it add authenticity? Is it a fad … or a fit for your corporate Tube...


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How NFL’s video streaming trends are impacting your business

Last year, during the FIFA World Cup, we talked about how WatchESPN’s CDN servers crashed during the USA vs Germany game after maxing out at over 1.7 million users. While they were able to rectify the situation fairly quickly, they learned a valuable...


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Qumu, Elemental and Wainhouse Webcast

We recently announced a partnership with Elemental Technologies that will take live video webcasting to the next level with the Qumu Live Encoder. Now Qumu and Elemental are bringing in the experts. Join us on November 12, 2015 at 1PM Central as we...


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iPhone 6’s bigger screen is video friendly – in more ways than one

The iPhone 6 has a bigger screen. Even though it meant eating a little humble pie from Samsung in the “bigger is better” debate, Apple has upped the screen size on their new iPhone to 4.7 and 5.5 inches. The obvious benefit of a bigger screen is that...


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How to prevent BYOV from killing your network

      Employees have the most annoying habit of wanting to do things at work the same way they do them elsewhere. Enterprises have lived through the fallout as Macs, numerous smartphones and a slew of file sharing apps have infiltrated the...


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ESPN’s Video Streaming Team Prepping for Another Record Breaking World Cup Match

We recently talked about how the World Cup, one of the most-watched worldwide sporting events, has CDN and video streaming providers watching for server overload around the clock. Mere days after we posted, ESPN’s online streaming service, WatchESPN,...


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The Selfie Seen Round the World: Mobile Capture is Impacting Enterprise Video

Even if you didn’t watch the Oscars, you probably have seen Ellen’s famous “selfie”. If not, Oscars host Ellen DeGeneres handed her smartphone over to Bradley Cooper so he could take a “selfie” photo of himself and other stars including Brad...


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Wearable cameras bring more video to the police force

All over the world, wearable cameras are becoming a part of police officers' toolkits. The benefit of wearable cameras is twofold. First, recorded interactions will provide impartial evidence to any complaints filed against the police, and second,...


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Commuter wifi: wheels for business video

What’s that old joke? A car is just a pit that you buy so you can throw money into it? That is all too pertinent to my situation right now, my car has been in the shop for almost a week and I will (hopefully) see it return without too hefty of a price...


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