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TechRadar™ For Content & Collaboration Professionals: Enterprise Video, Q1 2011

Tools To Manage And Deliver Video Are Growing; Videoconferencing Makes A Comeback

    Why Read This Report

    Enterprises increasingly use video in a wide range of use cases, changing how they collaborate, issue communications, train their employees, and even talk to customers. But the transformational nature of video and a myriad of technology categories can cause confusion for content and collaboration (C&C) pros when they create video strategies. To simplify planning, Forrester analyzed video technologies by evaluating their maturity and business value. Webcasting and streaming video will have the greatest effect on enterprises early on, due to cost and ease of deployment. But two-way video will eventually mature from a technology and deployment standpoint to become a regular form of communication.
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    TABLE OF CONTENTS

    • The State Of Plans For Enterprise Video
    • Why The Future Of Enterprise Video Matters
    • Overview: Forrester's TechRadar For Enterprise Video
    • Enterprise Video: Expanding Into New Uses, But Some Obstacles Remain
    • WHAT IT MEANS

      Enterprises Will Plot Their Road Maps For A Full Range Of Video Capabilities
    • Supplemental Material
    • Related Research Documents

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