For most business video, it’s the last box to check.
You’ve come up with a great idea, planned it, recorded it, edited it, and now you’ve got this amazing video.
But where do you put it?
Business video is only valuable if your people can easily find and watch it. Yet today, many of us finish that recording and simply drop the file onto a network file share or upload it to one of the many SharePoint sites scattered across the corporate intranet.
While saving to the team SharePoint or LAN folder is commonplace and acceptable for documents, it’s often not the answer for your enterprise video. Why?
To make sure your organization gets the most out of your video, it needs to be accessible on an external video host like YouTube, or on your own corporate video content management system (VCMS).
So what’s better: YouTube or the corporate VCMS? Find out in our new white paper, A YouTube Channel vs. the Corporate YouTube: A Guide to Choosing the Right Place for Your Videos.