Online Video: The Intangible Side of Things
By: Steve Vonder Haar
Please accept my condolences: You’ve just deployed video in the enterprise.
Video itself is not such a bad thing. But once you’ve put your budget (and possibly your future employment prospects) on the line for video, your next challenge is convincing everyone else in your organization that you’ve spent the company’s money wisely.
That task is tougher than it may sound. After all, there’s more than one way to gauge the impact that video has on business operations. In some cases, executives look at the extra revenue that can be generated from using video. Others look at ways to use it in cutting expenses or improving productivity. Still others see the greatest value of video in the ways that it enhances organizational communications.
For video professionals in the corporate sector, though, the important thing to remember is that the effectiveness metrics that matter can vary significantly from person to person. If you want to sell others on your savvy video investment, you need to understand how different groups within your organization are likely to perceive video.
DET/CHE 2014 Annual Conference
DET/CHE is a dynamic organization committed to providing professional growth for its membership. Since its organization in 1985, DET/CHE has emerged as a major force in bringing together various sectors of higher education from both public and private colleges and universities.
Join Winnov for the DET/CHE 2014 Annual Meeting “Sea Change: Sailing the Turning Tides of Technology,” December 2nd-5th in Long Beach, CA.
At this event, leaders in educational technology in California higher education will:
- Explore emerging trends with thought leaders in the field
- Share successes, innovations & productive strategies with colleagues
- Engage in dynamic and engaging social networking events
- Tour exemplary higher educational technology installations
NJEDge.Net 2014 Annual Conference
The NJEDge Annual Conference is all about professional development: to show your best practices and to learn from your colleagues. Aside from tracks on learning and teaching innovations; social media; emerging technologies; policy and governance; cloud computing; assessment; administrative and network security; backend services and mobile technologies, the conference will focus on:
- Continuing education and its intersection with technology
- Teaching preparation programs
- Infrastructure support of technology for faculty, students, and staff, on and off campus
- Role of video and video conferencing
Cbox will be capturing various sessions throughout the conference. Stop by the vendor exhibit for a demo and learn more about our Cbox lecture capture solutions!