Upcoming webinar: maximize video in the enterprise

David Lozzi

David Lozzi

Microsoft SharePoint is a powerful solution that can manage content across organizations in a variety of ways. Recently, I had the opportunity, as part of a Slalom Consulting team, to work with RAMP and help create its enterprise product MediaCloud for SharePoint. We integrated RAMP’s impressive media solutions with SharePoint to provide a rich video experience inside SharePoint itself.

MediaCloud for Sharepoint enables team members to upload a video directly into SharePoint, which then handles processing, querying, etc., using RAMP’s secure cloud-based storage and delivery. Once the video is ready, the user is notified and video playback is accessible through RAMP’s custom player. The video is searchable through SharePoint, including spoken words—meaning users can stay in SharePoint from start to finish. As a result, organizations can get the most from their video content through the SharePoint solution they already have in place.

Video is exploding in the enterprise as a critical tool for corporate communication and training, employee engagement, marketing, and customer service. As the new “document,” companies are looking to centralize, manage, and make video discoverable in the same way they have done with text-based materials over the past 20 years. This means making video a first-class citizen within existing enterprise content management systems.

Slalom is hosting a webinar on June 6, 2013 that explores video in the enterprise and shares how you can leverage enterprise tools such as SharePoint. It’s a great learning opportunity for anyone who’s interested in making video in the enterprise more valuable, more versatile, and more contextual. If you create, distribute, or manage video in your enterprise, I encourage you to attend this webinar. In it, you’ll learn about:

  • The state of video in the enterprise
  • Leveraging your existing content management implementation (like SharePoint) to successfully incorporate video
  • The path to making video a first-class citizen in your enterprise

Join RAMP and Slalom Consulting as we explore these challenges and potential solutions.

Your Hosts: Nate Treloar, VP & GM Enterprise, RAMP, and David Lozzi, SharePoint Architect, Slalom Consulting

Date: June 6, 2013, 4–5 p.m. EST


About David Lozzi
David is a lucky husband and proud father of 4 beautiful children. He's a Microsoft Certified Professional and works at Slalom Consulting as a SharePoint Architect. He is an avid do-it-yourself'er, self proclaimed chef, all-around-technology geek, Christ follower, Lego builder, and desires to be more of an outdoors-man.

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