Published By: Quantum
Published Date: Mar 16, 2017
The increasing availability of 4K/ultra-high-definition (UHD)
TVs, computer displays, and cameras is driving the adoption
of new, higher-quality video specifications for video
production. To create more immersive, engaging
experiences, video producers are capturing and generating
content with greater resolution, frame rates, dynamic range,
color depth, and color gamut.
This solution needs to reach audiences reliably wherever they are, scale as fast as they grow, and adjust intelligently to dynamic network environments for the highest viewing quality possible. Missteps in online video strategy can have a long-lasting effect on audience perceptions, not only of the video experience – but also on the brand being represented.
Akamai Download Delivery speeds your content to online audiences and lowers distribution costs while giving consumers the download experience they expect – whether they’re on their desktops, smartphones or other connected devices.
In this white paper, we’ll explore why online video quality matters and the specifics of how it should be measured. Get a peek “under the hood” to understand the core elements of video delivery that contribute to high-quality viewing experiences. Most importantly, see why the choice of a content delivery partner is essential to your online video success.
This whitepaper discusses why speed, or throughput, is so critical for today’s Internet users, provides a historical perspective on the Internet’s TCP protocol underpinning and describes how the FastTCP protocol addresses the needs of today’s Internet.
In this whitepaper, we present data from the first ever large-scale scientific study that shows how video performance quality affects viewer behavior. The results help to shed light on important considerations that can help businesses craft a successful online video strategy – boosting their business bottom line and ultimately reaping the rewards of online video’s vast potential.
Akamai has delivered the world’s largest and most viewed live events for nearly 15 years. Leveraging this experience, Akamai’s Media Services Live solution helps simplify the live streaming experience for content producers without sacrificing streaming quality, format coverage or content security. Read on to find out more.
Akamai’s Predictive Content Delivery (PCD) technology was developed to help satisfy the growing demand of mobile video. It is designed to optimize the delivery of data-heavy video traffic terminating on mobile devices and provide mobile customers with a video service that exceeds their expectations in the form of high-quality, always-available video with instant startup. Read on to find out more.
Published By: Workday
Published Date: Mar 20, 2017
Most enterprise software systems rely on legacy architectures that can’t keep pace with the transactional and analytical demands of modern organizations. Workday applications, by contrast, are built using modern techniques and technologies that deliver a fast, highly insightful, contextual, and actionable experience. In this video, Petros Dermetzis, Workday executive vice president of development, provides a quick, yet comprehensive overview of Workday’s innovative technologies.
New technology and requirements for work in the digital workplace is driving new demand for enterprise content management solutions. Cloud and Mobile have forced companies to rethink how they access and interact with content. ECM has a rich history, evolving over time to meet the new demands for working with content. This short video will show you how ECM has evolved over time and where it is going. Learn how ECM is transforming and how companies are applying traditional ECM principles combined with new ECM capabilities to put business content to work for them in today’s cognitive era.
Banks have been using ECM for years, capturing, archiving and discovering documents. Some banks have adopted capture capabilities to digitize content for faster and easier access to content. Today’s leading banks are using content management systems that leverage cloud, mobile and analytics to deliver superior customer interactions. Watch this short video to learn how today’s leading banks are applying new ECM capabilities that help provide consistent customer experiences across all channels.
Government agencies are taking advantage of new capabilities like mobile and cloud to deliver better services to its citizens. Many agencies are going paperless, streamlining how they interact with citizens and providing services more efficiently and faster. This short video will show real examples of how government agencies are applying new capabilities like cognitive and analytics to improve how they ingest, manage, store and interact with content.
This video explains the integrations from IBM StoredIQ and Box that enables data cleanup and discovery. Learn how StoredIQ fits into the solution platform from IBM to help manage and mitigate risk with the use of Box's cloud solution.
Watch this video to learn how IBM Datacap and Box enable better customer centricity through the capture of data across mobile devices, scanners, email, fax and files. This solution works with Box to store documents in the cloud.
By 2025, it’s projected that consumers will purchase 70 million virtual reality devices every year. This creates a major opportunity for TV networks and MVPDs to go beyond the smartphone and tablet and engage customers in a whole new immersive world.
Read our guide, Capitalizing on Viewers’ Hunger for Virtual and Augmented Reality, and learn:
• Six ways to delight viewers with virtual and augmented reality enhanced experiences
• Untapped opportunities in the evolving VR and AR landscape, and how to monetize them
• Key Adobe investments that will enable end-to-end video delivery in VR and AR
Published By: Polycom
Published Date: Feb 16, 2017
Despite video conferencing becoming a mainstream business tool, many end user organizations remain confused about how to choose the group video conferencing systems that best address their requirements. Download your guide now.