Most of the work we do at Kaltura is focused on creating new code that will revolutionize the way media is used in different industries. Russ’s post yesterday on “The Social Enterprise” was a perfect example of how our daily work building video widgets and apps all “adds up.” Yet, to get here, we also
Originally a term coined by Saleforce.com CEO Mark Benioff, the “Social Enterprise” has become an increasingly hot topic these days. Jive, Yammer, and existing incumbents such as Microsoft and Salesforce.com are delivering social enterprise applications to allow employees, vendors, and partners to work and communicate more efficiently across time zones, languages and geographies.
This is a guest post by Roby Baruch, Co-Founder and VP of Products at Cent2Cent. Cent2Cent.net is a valued Kaltura Exchange partner that provides content e-commerce solutions to publishers of all sizes who wish to sell media online. We are happy to announce a very special Kaltura & Cent2Cent integration available to all Kaltura CE or On Prem
We’re excited to share the news about the new San Francisco based Kaltura Group! Find more details in the invitation below.
Kaltura has an expansive and popular SaaS (Software as a Service) offering that lets our customers host and manage hundreds of thousands of videos, images, audio files, and documents. But one of our major competitive advantages is that we offer self-hosted versions of our media platform as well. Our popular, totally free, open source Community Edition has
During the last OVC Hack Labs day in NYC (2010 OVC), one of the fun projects we worked on was an education application that allows quick remixing of short video ads. Here’s a short paragraph describing the application by Jonathan McIntosh, the brains and innovator behind this project: Each Child in the United States is subjected to an
The Kaltura Application Exchange is a relatively recent addition to the family of Kaltura websites, and it’s the place where we hope to showcase publishers, developers, technology companies and service providers who have integrated video applications and services with the Kaltura platform. As an essential part of both our open source and commercial ecosystems, Kaltura
Our very own Michael Dale has just posted on the Wikimedia blog about the new Kaltura HTML5 Sequencer. We believe this marks a stepping stone in the world of online media (at least in the Firefox 4 beta, where it runs the best). Similar in spirit to other simple desktop editors like Apple’s iMovie, the