Supporting Enterprise Video in Turkey and the Middle East
Enterprise video is a great medium of communication. For a minimal investment of time and money, companies can communicate with a large audience and deliver the exact message they want to give. However, using enterprise video usually requires the support of a content delivery network.
Although some businesses may want to use enterprise video as a way of communicating with the entire company, some may not be able to do so because of their location. Enterprise video is not yet supported everywhere, and while it’s readily available in some locations, it’s hard to find in others.
Transparency Market Research is preparing to release its new report “Enterprise Video Market – Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast 2013-2019.” On of the main focuses of the report will be where enterprise video will continue to grow, as it’s now mostly available in North America and Europe:
“Technologically advanced countries of North America and Europe are leading markets for video enterprise industry. Emerging markets of Asia Pacific are expected to be major market share holders in the years to come owing to rapid technological changes and developments.”
According to the firm’s knowledge thus far, the leading markets for enterprise video are North American and Europe. Yet a growing trend is the development in other areas of the world, such as the market of Asia Pacific. Such a development will allow more companies to have access to enterprise video.
The good news is that no matter your location, Medianova can help support enterprise video for your business. Medianova is the leading content delivery network of Turkey, the Middle East, and we have the resources and technology to support company no matter the location.
If you are interested in enterprise video or any of our other services, such as cloud storage, music streaming or content delivery, contact us.
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