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Media Share

There is an unlimited number of videos, PDFs, etc. that can be used for education, training, instruction, or professional development.

Finding and curating content into playlists, integrating with existing workflow, and sharing with others is time consuming, inefficient, and often complex.

Media Share is a productivity tool that saves time, requires no training to use, and does not limit how or where content can be used.

Any source or destination

Create a playlist from any source, integrate with any workflow, and no vendor lock-in.

First-day productivity

Intuitive interface with five minute learning curve.

Select

Choose a video, PDF, etc. from a web site, your desktop or anywhere and add to a playlist.

Curate

Organize playlists using hierarchical folders.

Store

Store content on any server or cloud (IBM, AWS, Google, on-premises, off-premises).

Export

Share content with colleagues. Copy and paste URLs or embed codes into any web site, document or application. Re-use anytime.

Search

Find content that you or a colleague curated.

View

Watch a video or view a PDF directly from Media Share.

Add Meta-data

Add additional information to enhance search.

Stay Current

Archive old content.

Entitlement

Support for OAuth.

Browser Extension

Available for Chrome.

Private Content

Embargo content until ready for sharing.

Transcription/Closed Caption

Greater accessibility.

Use Cases

Media Share provides value to multiple industries.

Education

Organization and sharing of instructional materials by teachers, instructors, etc.

Large Enterprises

Knowledge management and sales enablement to share product, technical or market information with colleagues, customers, partners or new hires.

Security

Sharing of surveillance video for retail chains, commercial districts, and first responders.

Healthcare

Professional development and patient education.

Legal

Professional development and video depositions.

Financial

Professional development and video-based research.

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