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Enterprise Technology Trends in 2017

We’re a month into 2017, and some definite trends are shaping up for enterprise technology. Here at Kaltura, we’re interested in seeing how those trends in particular are going to affect video. What should we expect to see in the remaining 11 months of the year in terms of enterprise technology trends? 1. Greater emphasis on

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Scaling and Personalizing Practical Training with Video

Video training has already become a well-acknowledged method for increasing the effectiveness of training while decreasing the resources needed. But most often, the video flows only from instructor to student. To truly harness the power of video to allow asynchronous, engaging learning, it’s necessary to allow the video to flow the other way, through video

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The Kaltura VPaaS Website – Behind the Scenes

We’ve recently launched VPaaS [Kaltura Video as a Service]. Our mission with VPaaS‘ is to significantly reduce time to market and make it simple to build video based applications and workflows, and grow quickly without worrying about the “video pipeline” – eliminating all of the complexities involved in handling both Live and VOD at scale: ingestion, transcoding, structured and time-coded metadata,

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The Choice to Make: Deciding on Your Video Workflows and Experiences

When looking to add video to your product workflows, there are a number of choices you can make. On one extreme, your developers can create all the tools needed to handle video themselves: choose an infrastructure or IaaS, put together all the backend processes and front-end components required, and invest a lot of sweat and

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Video Everywhere: Introducing VPaaS

Video is already a significant part of today’s everyday workflow. It’s how we entertain, inform, and connect with each other. It’s a tool used across organizations—for marketing, HR, safety regulations, corporate communications, client relations, training, community building, knowledge sharing, archiving, securing facilities, managing inventory and more. Companies from all industries increasingly expect video to be