We are now in an era where market conditions are constantly shifting and competition never far off. Under such challenging conditions, can you rely only on technology or pricing alone to stay ahead of the curve?
A multinational company lowered potential revenue losses and improved employee retention rates by optimizing engagement of new employees with the help of kPoint.
The last decade has seen the emergence of two technologies that have gone on to become pervasive in learning: the Learning Management System (LMS) and video. The LMS is now integral to learning management, allowing institutions and organizations to provide their learners with informational content and learning resources. It is an effective way for subject matter experts to create, deliver, and manage their content, as well as monitor participation and assess performance among learners.
Using any cloud based collaboration and content management solution requires careful consideration of potential security threats and the resultant business risks. Before deploying any such application, there are certain business security needs that must typically be addressed.
While communicating using videos is fast becoming a norm, only those videos that are crisp and clear can make an impact. With average attention spans at such an all-time low that even a goldfish can hold a thought longer, making an impact through your communication has become all the more challenging. It is here that the use of video becomes all the more imperative in grabbing attention and being able to deliver your message in a very short span of time.
Watch Allwyn Dsilva, Associate Director, Capability and Skill Development at Tata Communications talk about how kPoint has enabled their employees from all over the globe to connect, communicate and collaborate better.
With our June product release, we are going big on giving more power to video publishers. So if you have been creating and publishing videos on kPoint, we have a whole bunch of exciting features for you. Keep reading to know more about them.
Video has taken a life of its own in enterprises. They are being used for tutorials, vlogs, branding strategies and even training, thanks to the proliferation of the internet and cheaper smart devices. According to PWC, videos are now the primary or preferred medium for communication.