Tap The Potential Of "YouTube For The Enterprise"
New Video Platforms Safely Bring YouTube Benefits To The Enterprise
January 13, 2009
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Information workers have been posting confidential videos to YouTube because they've had few alternatives. Fortunately, in the past few months, three vendors — Google, Microsoft, and Veodia —have introduced services or products for securely hosting videos with enterprise access controls. These services give information and knowledge management professionals a way to harness the power of corporate and employee-generated video to teach, inspire, and capture knowledge. This report introduces the business scenarios, platform checklist, and vendors for employee-generated video.
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Table of Contents
- Consumer-Generated Video Is A Phenomenon
- Employee-Generated Video Could Be A Phenomenon, Too
- Video Lets 1,000 Points Of Knowledge Shine
- Enterprise-Focused Vendors Are Ready To Help
- Setting Expectations: Slow And Steady
- Start With An Internal Video Beta Program
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