13 Jun New Research on Intranet Video Communication
Many thanks to my friends at the Intranet Benchmarking Forum for sponsoring this research – and congratulations on your 10 year anniversary today!
Press Release: June 13, 2012, New York, NY
As the amount of information and number of channels in our organizations proliferate, internal communicators face an ever-increasing challenge getting effective messages to organizationally and geographically dispersed employees. While video communication has been available for many years, advances in technology, and the consumerization of video production, now let internal communicators exploit a powerful medium once the preserve of professionals.
In this IBF exclusive research brief, Andy Jankowski, Founder of Enterprise Strategies (www.enterprisestrategies.com) looks at what some organizations are currently doing, and highlights a couple of unique vendor solutions (Candidio, Epipheo, 321fastdraw) that were uncovered during the research.
The main topics covered in this research brief include:
- Why now is the time to investigate intranet video
- The potential uses of video on an intranet
- Creating a great intranet video
The brief concludes with an insightful section on “thinking beyond the viewfinder” showcasing some creative alternatives to using video in a traditional format.
This research is available exclusively to IBF Members. To learn more about becoming an IBF Member, please email IBF at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the Author
Andy Jankowski is the founder of Enterprise Strategies (www.enterprisestrategies.com), a social business consulting firm. During the past 16 years he has served as a trusted advisor for several industry leading organizations including Andersen, Ernst & Young, JP Morgan Chase and Oracle. He is a career long student of enterprise communication and collaboration, and loves sharing what he has learned. Jankowski is a frequent conference speaker and an avid road cyclist. He enjoys connecting people and dots.