Sure, video has become the communication platform of choice among enterprise businesses, but how do you know if your organization — not to mention your network — is ready to make the leap?
In our next webinar, Ustream Director of Product Marketing Bob Lee will help you address this question using research data from Frost & Sullivan.
Register to join us on July 9 at 11 a.m. PT for “Is Your Organization (and Your Network) Ready for Streaming Video?” You’ll learn
- The benefits of video for B2B and B2C businesses
- The 5 criteria for enterprise video platforms
- The advantages of live versus recorded video
- The network requirements and production needs for setting up a streaming video presence
Reserve your spot today, and we’ll see you on July 9!
Forty years ago, the vast majority (83%) of a business’s market value was invested in tangible assets such as currency, equipment, land, and other property. Today, 84% of the market value of a business comes directly from its people:
- their knowledge and skills
- the services they provide
- the products they build
- the intellectual property they create
People represent the greatest investment and the largest expense of most organizations. Leaders must find and develop and retain the people they need, lead those people through the inevitable tough times that arise, and build an organization that is diverse and ready to meet the constant changes and challenges of the 21st Century. This is what keeps your CEO awake at night.
To be effective, today’s leaders must communicate effectively with the people they lead. No matter the worker’s age, education, or role within the organization, the more they know about the organization’s strategy, challenges, values, culture, and other attributes, the more engaged they are and the more they can contribute. Even more importantly, the more they WANT to contribute.
We hope that you will join Ustream on Wednesday, May 27 at 2 PM Eastern / 11 AM Pacific as we kick off a series of webinars that will:
- Examine the value of effective communications within organizations
- Outline the risks and results of a failure to communicate
- Discuss examples of successful communicators and
- Give you guidelines and practical advice on how to improve your organization’s internal communications
Register for the May 27 webinar: 3 Things CEOs Worry About the Most and How Communications Can Help”
As companies look for ways to create more impactful content, many are realizing that text alone is no longer enough. Audiences crave a more engaging experience that they can enjoy and share with their peers. Smart marketers are realizing that video enables them to create that experience in a way that builds lasting relationships, generates new leads and grows their bottom line.
Did you know that 80 percent of Internet users watched an online video within the last 30 days — and that 46 percent of them took some action after viewing the video? What would that do for your company’s lead generation efforts?
And while on-demand video has become a staple on the Internet, live video offers the added benefits of real-time interaction. To build the most effective strategy possible, you need to leverage both.
To find out how, join us on May 14 for our next Ustream Pro Broadcasting Video Marketing Module Webinar, Generate Leads and Demand with Video. Our experts will show you how you can incorporate live and on-demand video as a way to generate more leads and drive more business. You’ll walk away with a better understanding of how a blended video strategy can take your marketing — and your revenue — to extraordinary new heights.
The fun begins on Thursday, May 14, at 11am PDT. Reserve your spot today!
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.
Read the full report here.
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
- Customer service
- Corporate branding and advertising
- IT support
- Product launch
- 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.”
For more results from the survey and their implications on the future of live streaming video for business, you can read the full Wainhouse report here.