Ustream Align lets you deliver your message to your teams around the world securely and in real time — no travel required.
Now you can make it even easier for employees to find and access your live streaming and recorded content. With our new Ustream Align Portal, viewers have access to a single, secure video “hub” where they can find and access your content quickly and easily.
The Ustream Align Portal lets you aggregate live streaming and video-on-demand (VOD) content from your Ustream channels in a single, easy-to-view format. This reduces the time and effort needed to find and view videos that may be spread across multiple channels.
This new feature also allows you to
Designate which Ustream Align channels will be available via the Portal and assign individual security settings to each
Provide Single Sign-On access for SAML-based identity management solutions such as Okta or OneLogin, or corporate directory services such as Active Directory
Brand your Portal with your logo or other custom graphics
The Portal is available to all Ustream Align customers with Enterprise plans.
Town halls and employee training? According to a recent survey by Wainhouse Research, these tried-and-true applications for live online video are quite popular. And these days, hyper-connected businesses are taking one-to-many video further. Much further.
In a survey of more than 1,000 executives, Wainhouse discovered that “employee training” and “executive presentations” top the list in terms of the most common one-to-many video applications, coming in at 51% and 47%, respectively. Take a closer look at other responses that scored 40% or higher and you may find some surprises, including
Corporate branding and advertising
Trade show presentation
% of Enterprises Deploying Various One-to-Many Video Applications
The report goes on to present three case studies — CreativeLive, iStrategyLabs, and This Week in Tech (TWiT.tv) — each of which demonstrates that “live online business video is emerging as a viable alternative for a wide array of corporate communications uses.”