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Qumu améliore les solutions de portail vidéo grâce à la recherche par mots

Qumu, www.qumu.com, le principal fournisseur de plateformes vidéo commerciales et une entreprise Rimage (NASDAQ : RIMG), a annoncé aujourd’hui que son centre de contrôle vidéo, le Video Control Center, a maintenant la capacité de rechercher des mots prononcés dans une vidéo ou une série de vidéos à partir d’un ordinateur ou d’un dispositif mobile.

La plateforme vidéo Qumu permet à l’entreprise de gérer, d’organiser et de distribuer en toute sécurité la vidéo en direct et à la demande à chaque bureau et à chaque visionneuse mobile. Certains des points saillants des fonctionnalités de recherche par mots sont les suivants :

  • La recherche par mots indexe les sons présents dans toutes les vidéos et permet la recherche de n’importe quel mot ou de n’importe quelle expression
  • Un mot ou une expression prononcée peut être recherchée dans les vidéos individuelles
  • Des recherches peuvent être effectuées simultanément dans des vidéos multiples
  • Des règles de flux de travail d’approbation peuvent rechercher certains mots prononcés automatiquement
  • Des recherches multi-canaux dans le portail vidéo permettent la recherche simultanée de paroles et de textes

Selon Vern Hanzlik, vice président exécutif et directeur général de Qumu, « La nouvelle fonctionnalité de recherche par mots améliore la capacité de nos clients de rechercher et de partager les connaissances au sein de leur entreprise. » « Avec l’indexation automatique de chaque mot prononcé provenant des vidéos dans une base de connaissances fédérée, les employés peuvent accéder à plus de ressources d’informations, ce qui améliore leur productivité. La gestion des connaissances est une partie importante de chaque entreprise et l’ajout de la valeur entière de la vidéo à son référentiel est essentiel. »

« Comme plus d’entreprises adoptent la vidéo pour les communications et la formation au sein de l’entreprise et que le volume de contenu continue à augmenter, pouvoir rechercher ce que vous entendez revêt de plus en plus d’importance, » déclare Melissa Webster d’IDC.

En fait, dans une nouvelle enquête Qumu réalisée auprès de la clientèle et dont les résultats sont annoncés aujourd’hui, 73,7 % des cadres disent que la majorité des connaissances de l’activité dont les employés ont besoin sur leur lieu de travail, sont communiquées oralement dans les réunions et en ligne, plutôt qu’écrites. L’enquête porte sur les opinions et le comportement des cadres d’entreprise et sur la façon dont ils organisent et recherchent les informations, notamment les avantages et l’utilisation de la recherche par mots dans les vidéos. Voir les résultats complets de l’enquête.

Pour en savoir plus : visualisez l’émission Web

Émission Web avec la participation d’IDC Research - The Evolution of the Corporate YouTube – Enterprise Video Communications in the Era of Social, Mobile and Cloud. (L’évolution du YouTube d’entreprise : les communications vidéo d’entreprise à l’ère des réseaux sociaux, de la communication mobile et de l’informatique en nuage).

Disponibilité

Le centre de contrôle vidéo, le Video Control Center version 6.2 .81 avec la fonctionnalité de recherche par mots est disponible maintenant et vous pouvez contacter le service des ventes de Qumu pour en savoir plus.

À propos de Qumu

Qumu, Inc., une entreprise Rimage basée à San Bruno, en Californie, est le fournisseur principal de plateformes de vidéos commerciales, donnant les moyens aux organisations de mieux mobiliser et inspirer les employés, d’améliorer leur productivité et de réduire les coûts. La vidéo est répandue. Elle apparaît dans toutes les applications commerciales et est consommée sur tous les dispositifs. Les plus grandes entreprises du Global 1000 dépendent de la plateforme vidéo de Qumu pour capturer, gérer et distribuer le contenu en direct et à la demande avec une fiabilité et une sécurité totales. Indépendamment de la taille de l’audience, du dispositif de visionnement ou de la configuration du réseau, Qumu fait tout simplement fonctionner la vidéo. Seule Qumu apporte la liberté de travailler avec l’infrastructure existante, fournit la capacité de contacter tout un chacun et le contrôle afin de le faire correctement. Pour plus d’informations, consultez le site www.qumu.com

À propos de Rimage Corporation

Fondée en 1978, Rimage Corporation (NASDAQ : RIMG) permet aux entreprises de fournir un contenu numérique directement et en toute sécurité à leurs clients, leurs employés et leurs partenaires. L’activité Qumu de Rimage est un chef de file sur le marché en forte croissance des communications vidéo d’entreprise. La plateforme Signal Online Publishing de Rimage envoie automatiquement un contenu mobile sécurisé à n’importe quel dispositif mobile ou n’importe quel ordinateur. Qumu et Signal, conjointement avec les solutions de publication d’envergure mondiale sur CD, DVD et Blu-ray-Disc™ permettent aux entreprises de fournir en toute sécurité leurs vidéos, leurs documents, leurs fichiers audio et leurs images dans le monde multi-plateformes et multi-dispositifs d’aujourd’hui. Rimage fournit des solutions de pointe qui augmentent l’engagement, la collaboration et le contrôle à des milliers de clients en Amérique du Nord, en Europe et en Asie. Pour plus d’informations, consultez le site www.rimage.com.

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