What are the top three uses for corporate video? Poll results from our recent webinar tell us they’re enterprise communication (30%), hybrid events (22%) and online training (22%).
These numbers aren’t surprising. Our customers have been using Mediasite to maximize their communication plans for a while now, and over the years we’ve amassed loads of examples of each of these applications and more.
(Photo: The Mediasite Events team live streams the Unleash keynote this morning at the Monona Terrace in Madison, Wis.)
“Technology has to respond to the world we live in.” – Scott Walker, President and CEO of Waveguide Consulting
How the Aerospace Institute Trains its Scattered Workforce Cost-Effectively with Mediasite – Rich Media Impact Awards Finalist for ROI
A lot goes into training staff, more than you probably realize.
If you’ve got employees all over and want to provide some professional development to them in person you have to consider:
How NITA Recharged Its Video Strategy by Maximizing Professional Development and Revenue Generation – RMIA Innovation Finalist + Live Webinar
(Part of an ongoing series featuring Rich Media Impact Awards finalists)
What happens when you launch a technology initiative, including online learning, flipped classrooms and web content, at a long standing organization that’s been offering in-person training programs for 40 years?
It could be a recipe for disaster but if done right, it can also open the doors to a world of opportunities.
How A Healthcare Non-Profit Generates Revenue with Live Webcasts – Rich Media Impact Award Global Reach Finalist
"For the past five years, I have attended the Mediasite UNLEASH meeting and each year I have learned about new and innovative features added to the Mediasite recorders, tips and techniques to improve presentations for our viewers and most important to Michigan Public Health Institute, ways to increase our customer base. UNLEASH is the only conference that I have consistently attended over the past five years that each presentation provides information to enhances your thinking about the use of electronic media in education and training situations."
You may have seen this popular footage of a nuclear test Sandia Labs did back in the 80s. (It’s the first few seconds of the video.) Sandia crashed a US F4 Phantom Jet traveling at 500 MPH into a concrete wall built to withstand a nuclear blast. It worked, the jet was vaporized, and a Sandia employee calls it the most seen piece of video in the world.