Join Ustream, an IBM Company, at Streaming Media West and celebrate our 7th consecutive year of being named a Streaming Media Readers Choice Awards finalist. As a finalist, our IBM Cloud Video platform secured enough votes to be placed in the top three of each category it was nominated in.
Ustream was named a finalist in the following categories:
- Live Streaming Platform
- End-to-End Workflow Solution
- Enterprise Video Platform
- Small/Medium Business Video Platform
- Media & Entertainment Video Platform
A full list of finalists can be found here.
Ustream Beer Garden at Streaming Media West:
Raise a drink with Ustream and our fellow finalists at the Streaming Media Beer Garden & Networking Event, November 1st at the Lighthouse Courtyard in the Hyatt Regency from 6:00 – 7:30 PM. Ustream experts will be there to show you why businesses are all turning to the power, scalability and simplicity of Ustream’s cloud-based online video streaming platform for their internal and external communication needs.
Ustream + Intuit Case Study Panel:
Live From Intuit, It’s a Global Meeting: Best Practices for Live Streaming Internal Communications
Wednesday, November 2nd 11:30 am – 12:00 pm
Join Ustream and Intuit as we examine the best practices for using live streamed video within a major corporation. Panelists will share key learnings from live-streaming global conferences, routine business meetings, and investor calls as well as explore the wide array of use cases for live-streaming within the enterprise, and opportunities for innovative applications of streaming technology.
Book a meeting to speak with a Cloud Video Expert:
IBM Cloud Video will be on the scene to give attendees demonstrations of our newest innovations. Book a meeting and schedule a time to say hello and discover how video has become a global communication medium for entertainment, information and applications.
In a broad sense, delivering video content over HTML5 is what many broadcasters strive for. A quick search engine query can back that up, as there is an assumption that HTML5 equates to being able to reach mobiles. This is at the base of the conversation, and most often stemming from Flash being incompatible over most mobile devices, but the answer is notably more complex.
This article talks about a recent shift at IBM Cloud Video that adds HTML5 video player support on virtually any device, not just mobiles, with support for adaptive streaming. It then covers why this is the right choice through looking at the current landscape of HTML5 video and Flash on browsers.
The Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers, or SMPTE to us industry folks, is the organization that has supported a century of technological advances in entertainment technology, and is the host of the SMPTE Annual Technical Conference & Exhibition being held in Hollywood, CA October 25th – 28th. SMPTE 2016 is a three day event packed full of technical sessions and special events such as the SMPTE-HPA Student Film Festival annual Awards Ceremony, an exhibition hall with all the key players in video technology and a pre-conference Symposium that gives you the opportunity to build relationships with top video professionals in the industry.
Mark your calendar and make sure you catch the IBM Watson Media team at the second annual SMPTE Oktoberfest reception on Wednesday, October 26th in the Centennial Hall, from 5:00p-7:00p. Complete with imported beer and German-themed nibbles, the Oktoberfest will surely be a time to remember! (Dirndls and Lederhosen are optional.)
- SMPTE 2016 Oktoberfest
- Wednesday October 26th 5:00p – 7:00p
- Centennial Hall at the Hollywood and Highland Center
- Open to registered attendees, speakers, and vendors
- Sponsored by IBM Watson Media
While you are there, stop by and visit the IBM Watson Media team in person by visiting us nearby at booth #12 and learn how video has become a global communication medium for entertainment, information and applications. Meeting times are limited and won’t last long! Act now and reserve a time to speak with one of our video experts, we look forward to seeing you there!
It’s almost time to break out the flip flops, grab your shades and make the trip to sunny California for Streaming Media West! We are excited to see all of our old friends and make some new ones, on November 1st – 2nd in Huntington Beach, CA.
Make sure not to miss the Streaming Media Beer Garden & Networking Event on Tuesday November 1st 6:00p – 7:30p located on the lawn of the Lighthouse Courtyard at the Hyatt Regency, brought to you by Ustream, an IBM Company. Join us for an evening of beer, wine and snacks and wrap up your first day at Streaming Media West by networking with broadcasters, content creators/providers, equipment manufacturers, and your peers in the video industry. Ustream experts will be there to show you why businesses are all turning to the power, scalability and simplicity of Ustream’s cloud-based online video streaming platform for their internal and external communication needs.
- Streaming Media Beer Garden & Networking Event
- Tuesday November 1st 6:00p – 7:30p
- Lighthouse Courtyard at the Hyatt Regency
- Open to registered attendees, speakers, and vendors
We hope to see you there!
Whether you use video for employee training, town hall meetings or HR updates, technology is transforming how executives get the word out to their remote workforce. In a recent Ustream & Wainhouse Research survey of corporate executives, more than four out of five respondents (81%) describe online video as an effective tool for communicating work-related information.
If you are in the midst of evaluating your streaming technology options, this report can help identify the key features to look for and the capabilities of enterprise streaming platforms that should be considered during the process. For organizations serious about laying a solid foundation for using online video, these issues should be viewed as the building blocks for enterprise streaming success.
Download the research to learn:
- What IT executives view as the most critical features a video platform must have.
- Why 48% say that secure content distribution is very important while evaluating their video provider options.
- How to leverage viewership analytics to make the case for video in the workplace.
- What factors to consider when producing high quality corporate videos.
- Using VOD content archives as a key business benefit.
With the ability to create more engaging corporate communications, it’s no wonder that video is being used for a broader array of business applications than ever before. Executives contemplating an investment in video streaming technologies should be aware of the building blocks of enterprise streaming to address the issues most relevant to their specific organizational needs. Download our exclusive research to learn more.
Ustream, an IBM Company, is an end-to-end solution that organizations can leverage as part of their video strategy. This can be for both external and internal facing assets, which might include marketing activities or corporate communication. Content can range from live broadcasts to on demand video assets. The platform is a global solution, supporting multi-national corporations while also being able to effectively scale to cater video content on a huge, worldwide scale. Because of this level of inherit flexibility, Ustream needs to take into account data privacy laws not just in the United States, but also every country where we store personal data or from which we access personal data.
IBM has prepared an EU Model Clauses agreement for Ustream customers to facilitate the transfer of personal data outside of the EU in accordance with the EU data privacy laws. EU Model Clauses are relevant to all customers sending personal information relating to EU citizens to Ustream.
To request an EU Model Clauses agreement or for any other information or assistance around the transfer of personal data, customers can contact our dedicated EU Model Clauses team via email.
The EU Directive 95/46/EC sets out rules concerning processing of customer’s personal data. As the data controller, customers appoint IBM as a data processor to process (e.g., store, transmit, archive) any personal data which may be included in the customer’s content. In turn, customers are responsible for obtaining all necessary consents to include the content (including any personal data) in IBM Ustream DBaaS solutions.
A list of countries where content may be held or from where content may be accessed for the purpose of delivering and supporting a Cloud Service is available at: www.ibm.com/cloud/datacenters.
IBM Cloud Video is launching its new Streaming Manager for Enterprise secure video app. This mobile app offers a new, more convenient way for viewers to consume internal facing video assets. It greatly speeds up the time it takes for a viewer to access secure video content, letting them quickly dive in and start watching important training assets, executive communication or fulfill compliance training requirements.
Free to download and use, although requiring accessing content from an active Streaming Manager for Enterprise account, the app is available from the Google Play Store and the iOS App Store. It makes viewing internal video content easy and is suited across a variety devices and connections. This includes support for adaptive bitrate delivery, automatically optimizing the quality based on the viewer’s connection speed.
Read on to learn more about the new mobile app and the advantages it brings for enterprise content owners.