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Enterprise Video Platforms

Video is used pervasively within the enterprise in a variety of applications including collaboration, videoconferencing, education, and marketing. Despite widespread adoption of video collaboration and videoconferencing tools, these markets are very mature. Today, organizations are struggling with technical and management challenges of video management and delivery, creating opportunities in corporate YouTube applications, centered around video content management systems, as well as systems that can economically distribute video without breaking other network functions. In addition, new personalization technologies applied to marketing are an exciting growth area.

Table of Contents

  • 1. VIDEO DRIVING ENTERPRISE TRANSFORMATION
    • 1.1. Big Files with Big Impact
    • 1.2. Video Fragmentation Is a Challenge
    • 1.3. Recommendations
    • 1.4. Enablers
    • 1.5. Inhibitors
  • 2. COMPONENTS OF VIDEO TECHNOLOGY AND SOLUTIONS
    • 2.1. Capture
    • 2.2. Content Management Systems
    • 2.3. Encoding & Processing
    • 2.4. Video Servers And Storage
    • 2.5. Playback
  • 3. FUNCTIONAL APPLICATIONS OF VIDEO
    • 3.1. Enterprise collaboration
    • 3.2. Videoconferencing
    • 3.3. Education
    • 3.4. Marketing
    • 3.5. Other Significant Applications
    • 3.6. Video Surveillance
  • 4. ENTERPRISE VIDEO APPLICATIONS WITHIN VERTICALS
    • 4.1. Healthcare
    • 4.2. Retail and Commerce
    • 4.3. Education
    • 4.4. Tourism
    • 4.5. Government, Military, and Defense
    • 4.6. Banking, Finance and Insurance
    • 4.7. Industrial and Manufacturing
  • 5. COMPANIES IN THE ENTERPRISE VIDEO SECTOR
    • 5.1. Players In Multiple Categories
    • 5.2. Internet Video Delivery (OVP, CDN, etc.)
    • 5.3. Corporate Video Portals
    • 5.4. Marketing Targeted
    • 5.5. Enterprise Encoding Technology
    • 5.6. Video Network Technology
    • 5.7. Personalization
  • 6. MARKET OPPORTUNITIES
    • 6.1. Market Potential
    • 6.2. Market Share