3 Keys To Video Content Management

Video is the guaranteed medium for getting your message across clearly and effectively. Using video lecture capture for distance learning and training enables organizations to reach more students, share rich content, and scale the virtual knowledge base. For lecture capture solutions to be truly effective they must be intuitive for educators to use, easy for students to access, and secure, manageable and scalable for IT.

Organizations with large video deployments have identified 3 key components within successful lecture-capture environments:

1. One-touch recording. 
One-touch recording on a familiar device like an iPad or PC is essential for helping educators rapidly adopt video conferencing technology. Simplifying sign on with the user’s existing credentials or single sign-on ensures relevant metadata is automatically and consistently applied for easily searchable content.

2. Easy and secure student access. 
Integration with student information systems ensures content is automatically routed to designated security groups – making content easily accessible by those who need it when they need it.

3. Intuitive analytics and reporting.
Gauging the impact of video learning on an organization through deep insight into video utilization, adoption, licensing, and capacity ensures that IT delivers the quality of service expected by educators and students.

Making video content manageable, scalable and automatic means organizations can do more with video.

Alfredo Ramirez is a seasoned entrepreneur with direct experience in building early-stage software technology companies, which is why he proudly serves Vyopta as CEO and Co-Founder. A nod to his passion for pushing the button of innovation, Alfredo previously co-founded Vitalz (a venture backed enterprise software company acquired by Oracle) and Daman Consulting. He holds a B.S. in Electrical and Computer Engineering from The University of Texas at Austin and writes about topics such as technology, employee engagement, and innovation from the CEO perspective.