White Paper: Clear One
Standalone video endpoints are now available to allow organizations to grow their adoption of video conferencing and offer easy to use, full-featured, technology. These systems are designed for small and medium-sized organizations or for secondary sites of larger enterprises. The concept of standalone endpoints marries well with the BYOD (bring your own device) trend and can reduce cost and complexity for SMB (small/medium businesses) and secondary sites for larger organizations. This whitepaper talks about the value of standalone video endpoints. It discusses: Deployment and usage of video conferencing systems The Value of Standalone video endpoints Cloud-based Conferencing Applications for Standalone Systems
White Paper: Clear One
Dynamic changes in the global communications environment – decreasing network and equipment costs and the need for businesses to compete in a global economy – continue to propel the adoption of video conferencing at a rapid rate. For those organizations who have found video conferencing of value, the process they followed to drive adoption helped make video conferencing a necessary tool for successful business. This whitepaper helps to identify what needs to be done to drive adoption of video conferencing so it becomes second nature to users and a technology deemed a necessity to business. Ways to make your adoption of video conferencing easier and more worthwhile to your organization: What is your benchmark for success? Why one should implement video conferencing? What is video conferencing going to do for an organization? What will be done with video conferencing once it is installed?
White Paper: Clear One
Understanding the current state of video conferencing and focusing on return on investment can help organizations increase usage of the technology and better understand its benefits. The use of video conferencing has the potential of increasing productivity and efficiency by reducing unproductive travel time, preventing meeting delays, creating shorter & more structured meetings, and providing faster exchange of information. This whitepaper provides insights on how video conferencing is being viewed as a business necessity to drive adoption and optimize usage of equipment. Key takeaways from this whitepaper: Calculating a return on investment to see the value of video conferencing Types of return on investment (ROI) calculations for video conferencing Videoconferencing Cost Justification Explanation of Categories and Formulas Expanded Video Applications
The Value Of Software-Based Video Codecs
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.
Understanding The Expanding Benefits Of Marketing With Video
White Paper: Aberdeen Group
Video is a powerful medium that can be used to address a wide range of business challenges. While video’s use in business may start with simple marketing videos, it has the potential to do so much more. Marketing with video is unlike marketing with any other tactic, tool, technology, or channel. This whitepaper explores the impact of marketing with video – not only in terms of marketing performance, but with regard to the business as a whole. Key takeaways from this whitepaper: How to extend video’s value to the organization at large, optimize the technologies that integrate with or amplify video-based interactions How to stay ahead of the curve on effective video deployments Four general categories the marketing initiative adoption rates roll into
White Paper: Eyewitness Surveillance
Video surveillance systems are complex, but with proper planning and management they do not need to create undue pressure on your department. The pressure is on to get it right so you protect your business assets and not invest into an obsolete platform. Businesses in every industry around the world are benefiting from the use of video surveillance systems; how can your business harness these same benefits? This whitepaper on “The Video Surveillance Safety Checklist,” features 16 important things to keep in mind as you set up video surveillance solutions. Some of them are: Choose the right surveillance security firm Take into account business expansion plans to build a larger surveillance system cost-effectively Know that network capabilities matter in order to select reliable, effective security surveillance Don’t equate more megapixels to better security surveillance system Now it’s easy to design and implement the video surveillance solutions necessary to secure and manage your business!
White Paper: PROMISE Technology
Performance bottlenecks in surveillance recording are serious issues & security professionals must address them in order to ensure their surveillance solution is able to perform up to an organization’s expectations. Performance bottlenecks do occur in surveillance systems, with storage solutions playing a critical role and cause of number of other factors. Without addressing the storage bottlenecks, it is useless to spend money on expensive cameras, VMS, or servers with costly processors and network interconnectivity. When it comes to video recording for security and surveillance purposes, it’s all about how quickly and reliably you can capture and retrieve video data. This whitepaper presents the causes, effects, and solutions of performance bottlenecks in surveillance video recording to security professionals, integrators, and end users. This whitepaper addresses questions like: What is the most important objective of a video surveillance deployment? What can cause bottlenecks in surveillance video recording? Why aren’t surveillance systems performing up to par? How does video recording performance impact reliability? What is driving the need for optimized performance for video recording? What can be done to alleviate bottlenecks in Video Recording?
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?