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Shape the Future of Education

Each year, we conduct a global survey of educators, students, administrators, and others deeply connected to education on how they’re using video. It’s now time for the 2017 survey, and you’re invited to participate! The survey will only take 10-15 minutes to complete, and you could win a $250 Amazon gift card! The information from

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Professional Services and You: What Do Professional Services Do, Anyway?

Larger organizations who adopt video must integrate this technology and its capabilities with their business processes and internal policies. Doing so is instrumental to getting buy-in from IT, and acceptance and adoption from end-users. However, it’s a challenging task. While internal IT knows its own structures very well, sometimes specialist knowledge is required to integrate

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Walking through Lecture Capture

The key to an effective lecture capture system is making it effortless. Instructors have more than enough to do, trying to create an effective learning environment and manage a classroom full of students. They don’t need to be wrangling with their lecture capture technology on top of it all.  Take a tour of Kaltura Lecture

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Looking at the Latest Video Trends for Insurance

I’ve been thinking a lot about technology trends and their impact on the insurance industry as we prepare to attend the Dig|In Conference (The Digital Future of Insurance) on May 10-12 in Austin, TX this year. Over the past 24 months, Kaltura’s most rapidly growing sub-vertical has been insurance. Our clients range from Nationwide, MetLife,

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Using Video to Get Closer to Customers

In a recent Forrester Research report, “Enterprise Video’s Future Aligns with Customer Obsession,” Forrester analysts tackle the issue of how to use video to support a customer-obsessed culture. They note that to do this right, a unified video strategy is necessary to personalize the video experience for both customers and employees. Using live and on-demand

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The State of the Art of Video for HR

Video has become one of the most powerful tools in an HR department’s toolkit. When I asked delegates at this year’s HR Strategy Forum—which brought together HR Directors, Heads of HR and other senior HR executives—over 90% indicated they were already using video in some capacity within their organisations.  I was at the HR Strategy Forum

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Video for Insurance Companies

Meet us! We’re heading to the Dig|In Conference (The Digital Future of Insurance) on May 10-12 in Austin, TX. The insurance industry is expanding; staying at the top of the market is no simple feat! Competition is coming from all angles and digital disrupters are creeping around every corner to grab their share of the market.

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What Makes for a Women-Friendly and Productive Workplace?

It’s terribly unfortunate that even in this day and age, women have yet to be completely incorporated in the tech world. The territory is still considered male-dominated, with women occupying less than 30% of tech jobs, according to the Huffington Post (July 2016). There’s a correlation there with a series of disturbing harassment cases that

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Changing the Way We Work – and Learn

The world looks a lot different than it did for our parents. Companies do more and more remotely. Business is increasingly a global concern. Workers are expected to be digitally literate. It trickles down (or maybe it’s bubbling up) – students in elementary programs are using mobile devices inside and outside the classroom, engaging with technology

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3 Reasons Businesses Have Video Delivery Problems

There are a host of reasons why a business might have video delivery problems. They range from outdated players to poorly formatted videos to physical problems with the network. But as more companies use video for more use cases, it’s increasingly important to have a video delivery strategy. It’s one thing to have the occasional fuzzy video