VIDIZMO whitepapers discuss various video challenges faced by industry leaders across the board and explain how to effectively use video for corporate communication, training, marketing, asset & evidence management.
On-premise solutions come with their own set of complexities such as difficult installations, long time-to-market, limited access to cloud innovations, low availability and more. But VIDIZMO on-premise solutions are not like your average on-premise solutions, and we have designed them in a way keeping in mind these complexities.
The pandemic has resulted in a large influx in the usage of Zoom for online meetings. If your organization is recording these meetings, it's important to manage these recorded meetings in a secure way and at the same time maximize their potential
Transportation departments usually deal with large amounts of video data, primarily collected from CCTV cameras located on the state highway network or on facilities such as the airport. Are you utilizing the right technologies to make the most out of such data, ones that are convenient, secure, and compliant?
Learn how VIDIZMO is helping WOWZA customers to Build an Efficient, Scalable, and User-Friendly YouTube-like portals for corporate communication, education, training and entertainment.
Findings from an IDC study show that employees spend an average of 9.5 hours per week searching for information.
From SaaS Shared Cloud deployments that can be completed in 30 seconds to full-scale, behind-the-firewall on-premises deployments, VIDIZMO offers a variety of options suited to each customer’s specific business and IT needs.
The market for enterprise video content management (EVCM) is booming. In fact, a recent study reveals that the EVCM industry is set to be worth around $13.3 billion by 2022. The skyrocketing trend is driven by the swift rise of video and digital media assets in the enterprise.
A workforce segment is critical to the future of business as millennials, requisites a deeper understanding of their needs in the workplace, including their work style, their preference for technological applications, devices, business modes of communication, and content consumption.