Gartner defines enterprise video content management as "software, appliances or software as a service (SaaS) intended to manage and facilitate the delivery of one-to-any on-demand video across Internet protocols." This analysis focused on vendors that pursue internal, worker-facing installations as a key part of their business and offer solutions intended to address a broad segment of enterprise video use cases.
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According to Gartner, inquiries related to enterprise video content management continue to rise. The analyst firm projects that, by 2016, large companies will stream more than 16 hours of video per worker, per month. Meaningful video sharing products must be able to address network optimization for external or internal users and workflows to address the use cases for which the products are targeted. Content management functions that address governance challenges, such as the approval or life cycle of specific video content objects, are also critical.
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