Improve Your Company’s Efficiency with Enterprise Video
Many small businesses are already taking the advantage of the Internet and content delivery networks to save time and money. One of the best tools to increase the efficiency of day-to-day business operations is the use of enterprise video. By making informational videos for employees, companies can save time by uploading training videos or other videos that provide necessary information about daily tasks. If you’re considering a content delivery network, consider the top 3 benefits of enterprise video.
Large Storage of Information
Videos can take an especially large amount of memory, but with a CDN you will be able to store as many videos as you would like. No matter how large your organization is, the streaming will be high quality and videos can be streamed in HD if desired. Instead of having a large company meeting that distracts from work and costs a considerable amount of money, you can record videos and stream them online so employees could later refer to them if necessary. A CDN would help your company communicate more information than ever before, saving you both time and money.
Access to Information
Because a CDN streams videos to anyone with Internet access and permission, employees will be able to access information from their desktops, laptops, or smartphones. Instead of only being able to refer to company videos from the office, theyu will be able to access them from anywhere. Therefore, employees will be able to work more efficiently, because they will have constant access to essential information.
While there is a common misconception that storing information online is dangerous, your digital assets will be accessible by only those who have permission. Our platform can be integrated with your organization’s Sharepoint or Active Directory, ensuring the security of your videos. When you store your videos online, their streams will be both reliable and secure.
If your interested in the revolutionary solution of enterprise video, contact Medianova for more information.
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