SEATTLE, July 21, 2016 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- It's hardly been 18 months since Microsoft entered the video platform market with the launch of Office 365 Video, "a secure, company-wide destination for posting, sharing and discovering video content."
Yet this week, the company made a bold move by re-entering the market with an entirely different product called Microsoft Stream, "the secure destination to manage and share videos for businesses of all sizes."
If the products sound strangely similar, then you may just want to skip to the punchline.
Otherwise, read along as we examine what's new and what's not in Microsoft Stream, and look ahead to where the product is going. Then, we'll ask the big question that should be on the mind of every business considering an investment in Microsoft's video platform strategies.
For the full product review, visit www.panopto.com/microsoft-stream
Panopto's mission is to help anyone share knowledge using video. Since 2007, the company has created software that enables businesses and universities to create secure, searchable video libraries. Privately-held, Panopto was founded by technology entrepreneurs and software design veterans at Carnegie Mellon University's School of Computer Science. For more information, visit www.panopto.com.
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