Video conferencing is now a fundamental part of employees’ workdays. But managing and storing video content brings some new challenges that must be addressed.
By Irwin Lazar,
Thanks in large part to the COVID-19 pandemic, video conferencing is now a staple of enterprise communications. Today, more than 60% of enterprises use video for most or all meetings, according to Metrigy’s “Unified Communications Management and Endpoints: 2021-22” global study of nearly 400 companies. Almost four in 10 respondents said video is a critical technology for operating their business.
Companies with specific governance and data loss protection needs may consider tools from vendors, such as Theta Lake, to automate scanning of video to ensure compliance and to protect against security threats.
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