Vbrick, the leader in enterprise video platform solutions, announced comprehensive integrations with Microsoft Teams, a leading workplace collaboration application, with the December 2020 Rev Platform release. This integration brings complete self-service to all Microsoft Teams users by providing every employee the ability to deliver large scale meetings and webcasts with no IT support needed.
Microsoft Teams users are now able to seamlessly and efficiently deliver large scale internal and external video streaming events through Rev’s integrated CDN and eCDN video distribution capabilities. Additionally, Rev broadens the reach of these events to a company’s global workforce through the optional use of Rev’s automated live transcription and live translation into 21 languages. The Rev Microsoft 365 Teams integration also enables rich enterprise video content management capabilities for recorded meetings and recorded video content, including approval workflows, legal hold, and fine-grained access control.
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The enhanced Microsoft Teams integration is part of Vbrick’s existing video conferencing integrations portfolio focused on extending traditional video conferencing solutions with video streaming and video-on-demand capabilities. Vbrick Rev also integrates with other leading video conferencing solutions Zoom and Cisco Webex.
Increasingly, enterprises are investing in collaboration solutions as part of digital transformation initiatives and as a means to improve communications and collaboration. At the same time, these organizations are turning to live streaming and on-demand video to reach large scale internal and external audiences. Enterprises are recognizing the limitations of traditional video conferencing solutions to support live streaming at scale and to manage growing video content libraries. Addressing these gaps, Vbrick Rev extends the reach of video conferencing solutions to tens of thousands of users and amplifies their value with a comprehensive video content management platform that provides the rich analytics, enrichment, governance, and security capabilities required for true enterprise video content management.
“At Vbrick, our mission is to equip large enterprises with a secure and scalable platform that delivers the power of live and on-demand video at scale to drive business results. This integration with Microsoft Teams is the latest development in our effort to help organizations extend video streaming and on-demand capabilities across the enterprise with a seamless user experience and to maximize their investments in video conferencing technology,” said Shelly Heiden, CEO Vbrick Systems, Inc.
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Key benefits of the current Vbrick Rev and Microsoft Teams integration and upcoming planned enhancements include:
- Seamless User access to video content: Microsoft Teams users can easily search, browse and view Rev video on demand (VOD) content from within the Microsoft Teams client. Users can find and attend upcoming Rev Webcast Events from within the Microsoft Teams client. Additionally, users can easily share links to relevant Rev VOD content as part of chat conversations and can search, browse, view and upload new video content within SharePoint.
- Greater control over creating and delivering video at scale: Users can use Microsoft Teams as the source and stream to tens of thousands as a Rev Webcast Event. Users can also use Teams to record a live video call on the Rev platform providing enhanced search and workflow capabilities. Users can also upload recorded videos directly to Rev.
- Enhanced video experiences: Users will be able to receive notifications of key Rev activities as Microsoft Teams messages. Additionally, Rev video approval workflows will soon also be managed directly via Microsoft Teams. Rev webcast chat, event polls and Q&A will also soon be delivered within Microsoft Teams.
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