Enterprise Video Streaming Platform: The Best Choice at the Best Price

April 19, 2019

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The global enterprise video market is expected to reach $40.84 billion by 2022. Today, this industry has an annual growth rate of more than 20 percent. Given that trend, this article considers how enterprises are using OTT video services. Additionally, we’ll cover the most important OVP features, as well as how to access an enterprise video streaming platform.By 2019, enterprises are going all-in on video. They are using it for corporate communications, products and marketing, and internal training.

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