What is IBM Cloud Video Streaming Manager for Enterprise?

IBM Cloud Video Streaming Manager for Enterprise makes delivering town halls, trainings and department communications to employees everywhere easy. The platform securely delivers live and on-demand video to internal targets, helping drive workforce engagement and collaboration. And it updates automatically with new features, helping reduce costly updates and ongoing maintenance by IT.

Benefits of Streaming Manager for Enterprise

  • Protect video for secure delivery: Intelligently restrict and secure access to corporate video assets, yet speed that access with single sign-on (SSO) capability, or give access flexibly to individual users. And easily integrate an organization’s directory systems.
  • Track viewers to optimize content: Start in-depth tracking of how employees utilize company video assets. Receive detailed metrics showing when content was accessed, the device and geographic location of the viewer, and completion percentages.
  • Make it yours with a company video portal: Provide a hosted, company branded and customizable portal for your employees to access video content and live events. Access is controlled with SSO, and content can be easily curated and moderated.


  • Single sign-on
  • Analytics and insights
  • Cloud transcoding
  • Video content portal
  • Email verification
  • Q&A module
  • Personalization and discovery
  • Webcasting
  • Auto archiving

The case for IBM Cloud Video

It’s brought us into a whole new era of communication with our internal sales people.

Chris Holan, Director of Marketing at Roland

70% of all American workers are either not engaged or are actively disengaged at work.

− State of the American Workplace, Gallup, 2012

63% of employees wish they heard from company leadership more.

− October 2014 Survey, Ustream, an IBM Company

Case study

Find out how streaming manager for enterprise helped Roland.

White paper

Learn how you can improve employee engagement with live video.


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