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Living in the Post-Text Future

We’ve said for a while that the future is video. It’s more efficient and more compelling than text. Earlier this week, the New York Times agreed with us. In an article called “Welcome to the Post-Text Future,” Farhad Manjoo writes,  …we have only just begun to glimpse the deeper, more kinetic possibilities of an online

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Kaltura’s Compliance with the GDPR

Q: What is the GDPR? A: The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is an act of EU legislation intended to give individuals greater control over their personal data while harmonizing and strengthening privacy law across EU countries. The European Parliament approved the GDPR on April 14, 2016, and its requirements will become mandatory across the

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Installing a Lecture Capture System? Consider These People First.

by Wayne Andrews Are you a university planning to install a new lecture capture system? This is an increasingly common question facing schools of all sizes today, but before making any big decisions—and if you want to do it right—you should start by identifying the needs of the people who will actually be using the

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Five Signs It’s Time to Transform Your TV Service

TV service providers across the globe face a major decision: Is 2018 the year to embark on a business transformation journey and move over from legacy TV systems to Cloud TV? Despite the clear monetary and business benefits to be gained from stemming the cord-cutting tide, many of these companies are still on the fence

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Podcasts…for Your Company!

Yesterday, I was talking to a client (who shall remain nameless; let’s just say they’re a major international corporation you’ve definitely heard of). With so many employees spread across so many business units in so many different countries, keeping everyone on the same page is a major concern. They’ve taken a page from the millennial

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So Many Kinds of Corporate Training!

What comes to mind, when you think of corporate training? Is it a hired trainer lecturing to a packed conference room? A series of online modules new hires have to complete in their first weeks on the job? A formal certification process? Or maybe it’s wider than that. Learning and development come not just from

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How to Win a Hackathon

Hackathons are fun, short, intense events where a bunch of geeky developers come together to compete over creating cool software. It’s about participation, collaboration and the joy of creation. But you also want to win.  In my first such experience, our team lost – or at least didn’t come among the top four entries. In

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Adventures in CaptureSpace: Creating Self-Service Video Spaces for Pennies

By Russ Lichterman Russ Lichterman at Wilmington University joins us today to share his experience creating a simple self-service video studio. These studios could be used by students or faculty. At Wilmington University we’ve had amazing success with adoption of the Kaltura platform by our students and faculty.  The KAF integration with our LMS allows for simple video

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Implementing Agile Methodologies in a Professional Services Organization

This is the second post in a series about Kaltura’s Professional Services practice. For an introduction to our group and what we do, take a look at the first post: “Professional Services and You: What Do Professional Services Do, Anyway?”. Introduction Kaltura’s Professional Services department works with our larger clients to ensure a smooth integration

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Technology in Education – A Forecast for 2018

2018 will see the rise of data-led student retention, flexible classroom design, digital transformation (and yes, VR) in our universities. With vice chancellors’ pay and student debt seemingly grabbing all the headlines, it’s sometimes easy to forget about the wonderful transformations undertaken by our universities to enhance the student experience. Here are some key themes that