Skype for Business users record and store meetings with Qumu video content management

Skype for Business is a great tool for enterprise communication. One of its strengths is its ubiquity, making it easy for most everyone in the organization to jump on a meeting. One challenge with Skype for Business users, however, has been the "long...


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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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Easy-to-use video creation tools help enterprises make the most of Big Data

Big Data is no longer new news; information is flowing in from every direction. The challenge is no longer acquiring the data, but what to do with it. It's a race - those that are most effective at gleaning value from all of this content will have an...


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13 video hacks for better employee training

These days, video is an elemental part of almost any effective training program: 75% of business executives watch work-related videos on a weekly basis. Nearly all millennial employees under 25 expect to find a virtual learning platform within their...


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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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Customer spotlight: global defense contractor

Here's a story about one of Qumu's clients and how they are using video to make their company better: One of the world's five largest defense contractors, video plays a key role in internal and external communications for this firm. What started as a way...


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Technology Innovators: 25 best practices for enterprise video: part 2

Sometimes it's helpful to think of video from the outside in rather than inside out. By that I mean that those of us whose focus is video and communications tend to start with video - what it can do, how it can help - and next consider how it can work...


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Video puts a face to employee engagement

The problem is glaringly obvious, but the solution is elusive: employees are not engaging with their employers, and businesses are paying a heavy price. Companies lose $11B annually due to employee turnover According to Good & Co., poor cultural fit...


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25 best practices for enterprise video

Many companies miss out on the true power of a video platform in their organizations because they don’t ever get beyond their first use case. Rather, they treat each application of video as a standalone use case and start from scratch when a new...


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A recipe for a truly “unified” video conference

When it comes to video conferencing, Unified Communications sometimes seems like anything but. You've got your legacy hardware in conference rooms, dedicated telepresence rooms, newer virtual meeting solutions and of course there's Skype for Business....


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