Need additional ways to safeguard your live streaming video content while in transit?
IBM’s video streaming and enterprise video streaming solutions can work with a virtually secure streaming protocol. This provides DTLS (Datagram Transport Layer Security) encryption from the encoder, sending the live streaming content, to the ingest servers at IBM receiving it.
Note that this is an added service. Contact us to learn more details if you are interested in encrypting your live streaming content in transit through a DTLS streaming protocol.
In 2016, shortly after its acquisition of Ustream, IBM was placed in the Niche Players quadrant. Fast forward two years, and we see IBM now placed in the Challengers quadrant and close to crossing over into the Leaders quadrant. We’re excited by our new positioning in the Magic Quadrant and recognition by Gartner for both ability to execute and completeness of vision.
IBM believes the improvement in overall placement is due to the company’s strong leadership in applying artificial intelligence (AI) to video solutions (such as integrating IBM Watson for automated captioning and video enrichment), successful global partner momentum, and significant enterprise video product enhancements.
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Out of 1,512 corporate executives, 81% describe online video as an effective tool for communicating work-related information. That’s an undeniable movement toward video within the enterprise… but what are they using it for? What manner is video being deployed that executives are seeing value in?
This article spotlights prominent enterprise video use cases to explore inside your own company. It also highlights major case studies for several of them for further inspiration.
If a downloadable version, focusing just on use cases, is preferred, download Using Video for Internal Corporate Communications, Training & Compliance white paper.