Capture, Transform, and Share Your Video Content: An Overview

| October 31, 2017

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Video conferencing is enhancing teamwork and business relationships across all industries. The ability to meet live and face to face with remote colleagues and customers is having a great effect on companies. They’re saving time and money. Improving collaboration. Making faster informed decisions. All while creating experiences that are “almost as good as being there.”But video doesn’t only improve live meetings. It provides a simple, effective way to engage people in many ways. Backed by powerful Cisco products and services, you can increase the value of video conferencing in your organization. This guide will help you understand the different stages of enterprise video content, and how you can use them to get the most out of your video investment.

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