Making Enterprise Video Searchable

Searchable Enterprise Video: Metadata, Speech Search and Speech to Text

As it relates to both knowledge retention and comprehension, it is well-documented that video is a more effective way to engage with employees than email, PowerPoint slides or even voice calling. But with Cisco predicting that increased adoption of video...


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6 building blocks to a successful CEO webcast

One of the most valuable and visible uses of enterprise video today is the CEO webcast. It's familiar to everyone because it replaces something everyone can relate to: the prototypical "all hands meeting" where everyone is gathered in the cafeteria, with...


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Six reasons your enterprise needs video content management

Video has become the content of choice on Facebook, SnapChat, Youtube and Skype. Why? Because it engages people like nothing short of being there in person. How do businesses put video to work in their enterprise? It's tempting to think that those same...


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Metadata: it’s not just for internet searches

When we use the term ‘metadata’ with regard to a video, we're usually talking about textual information that goes along with the video. That metadata (like keywords, tags, titles, descriptions, and even annotations and captions) helps search engines...


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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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Enterprise video needs to be as easy as Google Search

I told my nine-year old that before he was born we didn't have Google. He thought about that for a while and asked, "How did you find out stuff?" It is truly amazing how search engines have changed the way we access information. What used to require...


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