Qumu News & Analysis
| Friday Oct 24, 2014
Enterprise video content management (VCM) doesn't really fit into enterprise content management (ECM). So it's not all that surprising that it has now developed its own space, however chaotic that may be.
According to Gartner’s latest Magic Quadrant for Video Content Management, the video content management market is immature. But it is developing rapidly, driven by parallel technologies like customer relationship management (CRM), enterprise collaboration technologies and e-commerce. And companies like Qumu, Panopto and Kaltura are leading the charge.
| Tuesday Jan 29, 2013
Enterprise video solution provider Qumu is launching a new application designed to allow users to directly collaborate with video from the IBM Connections interface. The IBM Connections Social Video Solution enables uploading, sharing, distributing and managing video from IBM Connections.
| Tuesday Jan 15, 2013
According to business video platform provider Qumu, three-quarters of a company’s business knowledge is spoken in meetings, not written down. When those meetings are video recorded, finding that knowledge has traditionally required that the videos first be transcribed into searchable text. Qumu is removing that step, by adding Speech Search to its video portal.
| Tuesday Nov 13, 2012
Business video platform provider Qumu, has released an update for their SharePoint Video Content Management 3.0. This update was introduced alongside survey results regarding SharePoint’s video capabilities and aims to improve platform's video capabilities.
| Tuesday Aug 14, 2012
It’s no surprise that video has become an important method of communicating within the enterprise. And yet, according to results of Qumu’s 2012 Survey of Corporate Communicators, four out of five corporate communicators say it is difficult to communicate with coworkers when they are out of the office.
| Tuesday Apr 17, 2012
However empowered they may be, most organizations still worry about what their employees will do if given the ability or access to engage online. What started with intranets and social media will only continue to spin out of when you add user generated content to the mix -- or so says the results of Qumu’s April 2012 Business Video Behavior Project, which looked at the topic of employee-generated content (EGC) in the enterprise.
| Tuesday Jul 12, 2011
It’s not a surprise that we remain fascinated by the behaviors of employees. What they do, don’t do or want to do at work not only helps us maximize their productivity, innovate the workforce or better understand their motivation. Previously we’ve examined how employees engage, collaborate and share information. Today, however, we learn more about how they use mobile devices in ways, that, well, engage more than just their workplace.
| Thursday Apr 16, 2009
Everyone wants to be in the movies – but not everyone has the cash to break in.
With this basic thought in mind, Qumu, a California-based provider of rich-media solutions for enterprises, came up with Qumu Kodiak.
The new suite, which has just been released, provides global enterprises with the ability to create, manage and distribute video communications without straining financial or network resources.