movingimage Highlights Partnerships with Microsoft and Akamai

The movingimage secure Enterprise Video Platform runs on Microsoft Azure, integrates the Akamai Content Delivery Network (CDN) and features new Microsoft Outlook and PowerPoint add-ins to support fast, easy and secure enterprise video.  New York, NY – July 10, 2017 – movingimage, the leading secure Enterprise Video Platform (EVP) provider, will be meeting with customers and partners at the Microsoft Inspire 2017 conference this week. Executives from the company, including CEO Rainer Zugehoer, will be highlighting the latest technology additions to the movingimage EVP solution and discussing how key partnerships with Microsoft and Akamai are providing added value for movingimage enterprise video customers. “We are thrilled that Microsoft recognizes the value our EVP provides to customers,” said Rainer Zugehoer, CEO of movingimage. “The combination of Azure, Akamai and movingimage EVP gives customers the powerful tools they need to use enterprise video in the most secure, effective and compelling way.” The movingimage EVP, which exclusively utilizes the Akamai CDN, runs on the Microsoft Azure cloud platform. This enables enterprises to take advantage of key Azure features, including high performance and availability for global customers, unlimited scalability, hosting in accordance with the strictest data protection laws and the ability to utilize innovative service offerings such as Azure AI and machine learning for speech-to-text, pattern recognition and face recognition in video. Movingimage executives will also be highlighting new add-ins for Microsoft Outlook and Microsoft PowerPoint, which were announced last month. The Microsoft Outlook add-in enables users to quickly and easily create screencasts or videos using a webcam, then publish and share their videos via links in email – all from within Outlook. The new Microsoft PowerPoint plug-in, announced the same day, enables users to seamlessly integrate video into PowerPoint presentations on any device without having to store the video file on a hard drive. Some meeting times are still available for those interested in setting up meetings with movingimage at Microsoft Inspire; please contact us for details.