Posts Tagged 'communication'

Case Study: Topcon Medical Systems Enhances Internal and External Communications Using Cbox

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Topcon Medical Systems (TMS), based in Oakland, NJ, is a leading developer and supplier of diagnostic equipment for the ophthalmic community. One of Topcon’s goals is striving to be at the forefront of adopting new technologies that can be utilized to enhance its expanding business. Using Winnov’s Cbox P3 “Portable Studio in a Box,” the Company aimed to augment its online media presence for both its internal employees and customers to help achieve this goal.

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A Recipe for Building Business Value

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By: Steve Vonder Haar

It’s time for us to expand our horizons when thinking about the role that online video can play in making people smarter.

For years, colleges have been pushing the video envelope in the world of e-Learning. The demands of classroom lecture capture coupled with the need for integrating online video solutions with Learning Management Systems have driven technology vendors to create increasingly sophisticated platforms for use in the collegiate environment.

In the process, the emergence of these technologies has ...

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Online Video: The Intangible Side of Things

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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 ...

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How Much is a Webcast Worth?

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By: Steve Vonder Haar

If a picture is worth a thousand words, how much is video worth?

In the world of streaming, not as much as you would think.

Now, anybody who works with me on the team here at Wainhouse Research will tell you that I’m one of the biggest champions of online video that you’ll find anywhere. I like talking into a camera, don’t mind spending time at the editing console and have posted more than a few videos online in ...

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Winnov Newsletter – March 2013 Edition

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Streaming Video is Busting Free…

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

Streaming video is busting free from its spot on the corporate island.

At times in years past, vendors of webcasting technologies would be justified in feeling a bit left out of some big market opportunities when dealing with their little corner of the business communications landscape. After all, while many executives love webcasting to convey engaging messages to large target audiences online, a large percentage ...

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Streaming Video is Busting Free…

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By Steve Vonder Haar

Streaming video is busting free from its spot on the corporate island.

At times in years past, vendors of webcasting technologies would be justified in feeling a bit left out of some big market opportunities when dealing with their little corner of the business communications landscape. After all, while many executives love webcasting to convey engaging messages to large target audiences online, a large percentage of organizations treat online video more as a venue ...

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Winnov Newsletter – March 2012 Edition

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Are Your Video Libraries Getting Cluttered?

By Steve Vonder Haar, Research Director of Interactive Media Strategies

Don’t become a victim of your own video success. Many companies start slowly in the video world and use home-made systems to track their fledgling video libraries. But even as their video usage sprawls, some organizations do not put into place the systems needed to organize and distribute videos efficiently. Unfortunately, without good content management solutions, corporate executives can subject themselves to some pretty ...

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