White Paper: Quantum
The right approach to IT is essential for developing efficient collaborative workflows and maximizing the value of your corporate video content. Today, the quality of images has increased as broadcast-quality cameras, editing systems, and high-quality distribution systems have penetrated the corporate, government, education, and medical (CGEM) market, and the cost for these systems has reached acceptable levels. This whitepaper discusses about how the CGEM market is evolving, and what the future holds for those adopting advanced production technologies. Key takeaways from this whitepaper: How the surveyed corporations are utilizing their in-house enterprise video to create content What tools and formats they are using for it Current storage and best practices for preparing in-house IT for corporate video workflows Importance of preparing your corporate video production workflow for the future video content demands
White Paper: Clear One
For the success of any audio conference, the quality of the voice transmission line is crucial. Voice quality in a video conference is impacted by the acoustics of at least two rooms – the caller and the listener. Today, most audio conferencing endpoint products (speakers, microphones, and audio mixing controls) are full-duplex systems, providing the same kind of interaction one gets from the telephone, with important improvements. This whitepaper addresses what needs to be done with audio to make it effective in all situations so users can clearly hear everyone involved in audio and video conferencing calls. Key takeaways from this whitepaper on “Audio Conferencing”: Audio Communications-Most critical portion of any conference Audio Conferencing Endpoint Equipment Achieving Good Audio Quality Audio is the Foundation
White Paper: Clear One
Software-based video codecs, for a variety of reasons, offers developers and users the flexibility needed to upgrade information and technology as it is needed, thereby eliminating expensive hardware. The advent of software-based codecs, compared to hardware-based codecs, offers value in many ways. This whitepaper provides insights that will help you to understand the value of software-based codecs as part of today’s collaborative tools. Key takeaways from this whitepaper: Why to develop the new video conferencing systems on software-based codec? How to meet the customer needs? The Value of Software-Based Video Codecs versus Hardware-Based Video Codecs Increased processing capability of general-purpose processors & standard operating systems,
Marketer’s Guide to Video Technology
White Paper: Elcom
Viewers increasingly expect the engagement online video offers, and the video technology is now sufficiently mature that cost-effective solutions exist for almost every use case. Whether you choose to go free, open-source, or with a commercial Online Video streaming Platform (OVP) provider, it’s almost certain there is a mix of products and services to suit your business. This whitepaper provides insights on things one should keep in mind, before commencing any video project. Key takeaways from this whitepaper on Video technology: The rise of video and its central role in multi-screen communication Overview of the main components and features of modern video platforms Managing SaaS VMS product lifecycles in the enterprise Sustaining a business with video as a core part of the multi-screen offering Many businesses have successfully addressed both mass and niche markets with entertaining and informative videos and monetized those videos effectively.
The Power of Video Collaboration in Education
White Paper: ENA
Video conferencing technology has downsized and become a mobile means for collaboration. The evolution of video conferencing to video collaboration is fueled by the quest to build communicative and collaborative learning environments. Mobile technologies have drastically changed the face of video conferencing. And education has become of the most diverse and innovative markets for this mode of communication. This White Paper on video collaboration briefly discusses about: How video technologies are expanding role/presence in education? Why video collaboration has become a must-have tool that is here to stay in education? How mobile video technologies like classroom video conferencing are impacting education? What are the Challenges remedied by mobile and desktop video solution? How to use educational video conferencing/collaboration to create a new culture for teaching and learning and driving a digital shift? What’s next for video collaboration in education?
How to Optimally Deliver Video in the Enterprise
White Paper: Kollective
What is the right way to deliver enterprise video? There are, of course, many ways to get video delivery wrong. The right way to deliver enterprise video is to implement a software-defined enterprise content delivery network (SD ECDN). Learn more about how to deliver videos to the enterprises cost effectively and efficiently. This whitepaper on successfully implementing a software-defined enterprise content delivery network (SD ECDN) covers: Enterprise video delivery: With SD ECDN vs. Without SD ECDN How SD ECDN technology can fulfill your enterprise video requirements. Why and how you should enhance your enterprise video capabilities. Deliver video without compromising in quality: Whether enterprise IT will get video delivery right or wrong This white paper explains how video delivery overlays work—and why companies that adopt them will be far better off than those that don’t.
White Paper: Vubiquity
Research: Video Content Consumption Trends Research Study Vubiquity took an in-depth look into the video content consumption trends in today’s world. Consumers have a seemingly endless array of choices – from the kind of video consumption, to the screens on which to watch that video content. When asked if owners and users of smartphones and tablets were aware of TV Everywhere – 62% replied that they were aware of this service. This white paper on “Vubiquity Multiplatform Consumer Usage Research,” provides specific findings on video consumption trends that we hoped to glean through the survey included: Role of TV with regard to alternative screens and what video content people were watching on each of their various devices The appeal of downloading video content to which people already subscribe through their TV service provider High awareness and activation of TV Everywhere among men and women