“Documentation” is too often a five-syllable, four-letter-word. It demands painstaking detail, yet loses all value the minute anything changes. With video, tech teams can quickly record themselves documenting anything, in a format that’s easy to update and effortless for others to find and review.
Your frontend is all Java. Your test labs use C#. And the new CIO loves Perl. Whether it’s a language, a process, or an approach, the “right know-how” will be different for every application. Video makes your expertise transferrable, helping you train your existing bench on almost anything, on-demand.
Video shouldn’t be another application to juggle — it should just work. Panopto auto-scales to meet your streaming needs and protect your network, so your video playback is always optimized, and your live streams never fail.
Easily record your experts demonstrating processes, showing best practices, and sharing tips and pointers to make your institutional knowledge searchable and shareable.
From technical skills to product knowledge, video-based training sessions is the easiest way to scale learning programs and ensure the consistency of every development course.
Using video for onboarding helps tech teams rest assured knowing that all new hires will get a complete, consistent look at how to best succeed as part of the organization.
Allow employees to record and share job skills and other know-how, and quickly build up a valuable library filled with searchable answers for just about any question that may come up.
Webcast video from your conferences and events live online to any audience of any size, and make recorded presentations instantly searchable and shareable on-demand.
Explainer videos, product demonstrations, video FAQs and more are all easy to shoot — and way more engaging than a traditional flyer or PowerPoint deck.
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