Traditionally, content from videoconferences was preserved only in the memories of the participants. Now, new tools to easily capture, transform, and share video extend the life of video and make it available to people anywhere, anytime, using any device.
Join us for a videocast on June 5th 10:00 am Pacific, to explore how you can extend the reach and value of your video content for organizational communications, business meetings, and live and on-demand events. Register now.
The WSJ reported on Wednesday that the word “innovation” is suffering from irrelevance due to overuse. So I’m not going to call these customers “innovative”; instead, let’s call them cutting-edge, visionary, pioneering, creative, inspired.
On June 4, 2012, in Washington, D.C., Computerworld will recognize the achievements of the men, women, organizations and institutions around the world whose visionary applications of information technology promote positive social, economic and educational change as part of the Computerworld Honors Program.
We are extremely proud that two of our enterprise video customers are being recognized as Laureates at this year’s Gala:
Enterprise video is truly becoming pervasive. According to Gartner, 82 percent of business executives record business videos on a daily basis, and by 2016 large companies will stream more than 16 hours of video per worker each month.
That’s a lot of video. But let’s face it – all enterprise video is not created equal. So how do you increase the relevance of video instead of just adding it to the list of data people need to navigate through every day?
Digital Signage Expo (DSE) was full of energy this year and the continued expansion of the digital signage market was clearly evident. I’ve watched the digital signage industry evolve over the past five years from static content on traditional screens to customized, rich media content on a multitude of connected devices. At this year’s DSE the continued innovation and excitement was undeniable. The exhibit hall floor was packed with attendees who were eager to learn about the advancements in the technology and the industry as well as how to get the most out of their digital signage deployments. Throughout the EXPO floor, speaking sessions, and events the buzz was around interactive and engaging signage.
Cisco announced new digital signage innovations, delivered through the Cisco® Interactive Services solution set, that provide enhanced interactive capabilities through video, Web applications and touchscreen digital signs. Cisco also announced new customers that showcase the continued expansion of the digital signage market, including the Canadian city of Edmonton and parx casino® in Pennsylvania. In addition, Cisco received four Apex Awards, handed out by the Digital Signage Federation recognizing innovation and excellence in the digital signage industry. For more insight from the show floor, check out this video of Erica Schroeder, Director of Marketing for Enterprise Video at Cisco.