What a Live Streaming Event Looks Like

What a GREAT Live Streaming Event Looks Like—By the Numbers

A few weeks ago during a quarterly strategy meeting, one of our sales leaders asked the following question of the group: “Do you think decision-makers in Global 2000 companies know what a good live streaming event actually looks like?” To most...


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Why unified communications drives enterprise video

In this second of two talks with Wainhouse Research, we asked: Is unified communications driving enterprise video? According to analyst Steve Vonder Haar, nearly half of 1,800 executives surveyed said they’re planning on spending more on enterprise...


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Using SMIL to serve video

At Qumu, we dive into every aspect of video so we can keep up with the best ways to create, deliver and experience it. Here's an industry-standard video production tip that's worth checking out: SMIL (Synchronized Multimedia Integration Language) is an...


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Why enterprise video metadata is not enough

  Remember video rental stores? They’ll be one of those anachronisms we tell future generations about, like radios that took up an entire corner of the living room and when Montreal had a professional baseball team. When you wanted to rent a movie,...


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Four reasons “YouTube for the Enterprise” isn’t good enough

tibbr is a social network for business.  But don't call them Facebook for the Enterprise!  Businesses have different needs than consumers, which requires their social collaboration tools to be more than what Facebook can be. Social video is exactly the...


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The Innovator’s Dilemma and the enterprise video ecosystem

"The Innovator’s Dilemma," Clayton Christensen’s best seller from back in 2003, is still one of the most important business books of our time. In it, the author seeks to explain why disruptive technologies from upstart companies repeatedly seem to...


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