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LinkedIn, the world’s largest professional network with more than 530 million users in more than 200 countries, expands its live video programming to connect leadership and employees.
Since 2015, Schneider Electric has produced an annual Leadership Forum event, a live video experience broadcast worldwide and designed to communicate company strategy directly to all employees.
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Delivering video securely and to scale across the enterprise is a challenging task. There are countless new security and privacy risks to be conscious of, as well as ever-evolving technologies and systems to keep up to date with. In an industry where we are faced...read more
When your live video initiatives suffer setbacks—whether from hardware trouble, livestream problems or lack of resources—regaining the trust of employees and executives can be a challenge. But given all the benefits that video offers organizations, it’s an effort...read more
Think about your average town. Its roads, freeways and neighborhoods were slowly built up over years or even decades to handle the natural, steady growth of its population. Now imagine an unexpected population boom thanks to a new industry, newly discovered natural...read more
Building a successful livestream program is a bit like directing an orchestra. There are a lot of instruments and players to consider, and everyone needs to practice to get it right. However, if even one instrument happens to be out of tune or a player misses a...read more
Video is essential for enterprise communications and our recent experiences at North American Customer Council reinforced that sentiment. Council is a customer user group and an opportunity for our customers to hear what is happening with Kollective. More importantly...read more
In my blog post in August, 2017, Continuing the Enterprise Video Communications Journey – Making the Right Friends Along the Way , I wrote about finding the right companions to walk with you on your video journey. In my opinion, Communications Media Management...read more