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Why Come to the Classroom of Tomorrow Virtual Summit?

Because it will give you a great opportunity to get insights from some of the leading minds of education, that’s why! But here, let’s let them introduce themselves:   Watch these knowledgeable folks get into a heated debate on what the classroom of tomorrow will look like. Will it be a physical place? Who will

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Sneak Peek: Filming the Classroom of Tomorrow

What’s the classroom of the future of going to look like? On June 8, we’re going to take a look in our crystal ball and give you some visions of the future. The Classroom of Tomorrow Virtual Summit brings together some leading minds in education. You’ll get a panel of leaders discussing what the classroom of

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MediaSpace Go is here!

Current customers might have noticed that we’ve slowly been giving MediaSpace a facelift. The latest change? A new, updated mobile app for both iOS and Android. The mobile app, which we’re calling MediaSpace Go, isn’t just gorgeous. It’s also got some fun new features for users to play with: Offline playback: So you can download

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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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From Open Capture Standard to Lecture Capture – Our Journey to Kaltura Lecture Capture

For years, schools have been recording lectures. As storage costs decreased and technology improved, the volume of recordings has gone up. At the same time, students have become increasingly accustomed to turning to video first for answers in their everyday lives. Many students now expect to have all of their classes available online for them

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Keeping It Classy

At Kaltura, we strive to be a great steward in the educational, media, and enterprise markets, living values that are centered around openness, flexibility, reliability, and innovation. While many companies and organizations claim such objectives, it’s difficult to execute flawlessly in all aspects of servicing such a dynamic market. We love competition in the space

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Gartner Critical Capabilities for Enterprise Video Content Management Report Now Available

Enterprises today increasingly need a platform to best manage their video content effectively. To help businesses choose the best technology for their needs, Gartner offers the 2016 Critical Capabilities for Enterprise Video Content Management. We are delighted to offer you a complimentary copy of the report. This year, Kaltura is honored to earn the highest

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IBM Connect Wrap-Up

Last week, we had the privilege of attending IBM Connect 2016. A couple key takeaways we found interesting, if you were unable to go yourself: The future is the cloud. IBM Connections is heading for the cloud at full power, and continues to work with its partner ecosystem to enable smooth transition for customers. Video

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How are businesses really using video?

At the end of last year, we asked more than 250 professionals from all industries, around the globe, how they were using video in their businesses. From that, we compiled the State of Video in the Enterprise 2015 report. Here are some of our top findings: To learn more, download the report.

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Successful DRM in a Changing Video Environment

Streaming video is huge. According to Nielsen, over 40% of U.S. homes use at least one Subscription-based Video on Demand service. We have more devices than ever with which to watch video. As services like Sling TV and HBO’s standalone over-the-top (OTT) service join established players like Netflix and Amazon Prime, the amount of content