Making the Shift to a Customized Streaming Solution

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By: Steve Vonder Haar

Henry Ford would have felt right at home in the enterprise streaming video business.

The pioneering car maker once declared that you could have any color Model T that you wanted – as long as it was black.

Such standardization was necessary to keep early production lines rolling efficiently. Introducing flexibility into the manufacturing process would simply bring with it complexity and costs that would make it impossible to make cars viable for ...

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Winnov Newsletter – December 2012 Edition

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Making the Shift to a Customized Streaming Solution

By Steve Vonder Haar, Senior Analyst Enterprise Webcasting & Streaming, Wainhouse Research, LLC

Henry Ford would have felt right at home in the enterprise streaming video business.

The pioneering car maker once declared that you could have any color Model T that you wanted – as long as it was black.

Such standardization was necessary to keep early production lines rolling efficiently. Introducing flexibility into the manufacturing process would ...

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Winnov Newsletter – April 2012 Edition

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Preparing for the Age of Pervasive Video

By Steve Vonder Haar, Senior Analyst Enterprise Webcasting & Streaming, Wainhouse Research, LLC

Consumer adoption of increasingly sophisticated technology devices, like smartphones, tablet computers and Internet-connected televisions, is setting the stage for a revolution in video-enriched business communications. As the sprawl of online video extends beyond the PC and spills into a ubiquitous chain of networked video screens, companies must begin making technology decisions today that will position themselves for the most important transformation in ...

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Custom Layouts for the Web & Mobile Devices

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When it comes to creating content to convey critical information, you need to get the information across as clearly as possible. This typically is not a problem for creating content for desktop computers and laptops where the screen size is upward of 12 inches, but viewing details can be challenging on smaller screens, such as on mobile devices. For example, in the case of the latter, a picture-in-picture video mix may fare better than a side-by-side ...

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