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Watch This and Report It to the Executives and the Entire Enterprise: View Videos in SharePoint Portals and Generate Usage Reports with CardioLog Analytics

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With YouTube videos, webinars, content files, and other video files uploaded into SharePoint more frequently each day, CardioLog Analytics has conquered another chapter in the development of SharePoint analytics reporting. Our team of experts have developed supreme video reports that can analyze portal video activity and usage, offering a realistic and statistical vision of video usage and activity within SharePoint portals. You can identify which videos are active or inactive based on the number of views, or lack of views, within a specific date range.

Reports on videos that are in inactive offer an indication of videos possibly both occupying storage space, and/or may be irrelevant to boost productivity levels. On the other hand, these videos may simply have been misplaced within your SharePoint portal’s design and aren’t easily accessible, therefore not yielding the viewing results intended and hoped for. Potentially, your SharePoint portal may contain a video that could be crucial for product training and user experience, be it a webinar, product information clip, or a video from Human resources, and it can be hidden and difficult to access within your SharePoint portal, situated in a subsite, blog, wiki or anywhere that is not frequently accessed by users, or the video may have a file name that’s unrelated to the content of the video itself and thus yields failed search results. Without metrics that indicate this video is inactive, how can an organization know that their portal requires optimization? How can you pinpoint that the video and its accessibility is limited, and thus resulting in minimal usage?

The answer to this challenging question is simple: CardioLog Analytics video reports.

If a video or several videos are inactive, organizations that upload these videos into SharePoint portals can identify their inactivity and potentially resituate, repost or optimize their SharePoint portal videos to ensure users have better access to them. Ensure videos are readily available to SharePoint users to increase company efficiency and productivity.

Another exclusive report CardioLog Analytics offers is our Video Interaction report, fierce in its ability to articulate how many plays, autoplays, pauses, stops and total interactions a specific video acquires within SharePoint. As an organization seeks usage data and insights on useful videos that may be popular for reasons unknown to them yet, this exact report can help organizations sift out the real diamonds in the rough among their SharePoint videos. Metrics offered for this report can also be filtered according to date range, (hourly, daily, weekly, monthly, quarterly and annually), along with the ability to generate statistics on specific subsites, and/or according to SharePoint Active Directory and User Profiles and various visitor segments.

Other reports that are included in CardioLog Analytics roster of video reports are Video Viewers reports that identify a list of visitors who are using and viewing videos most, ranked by the number of videos these portal users have viewed in total. This report can be customized according to specific customer requests, and certainly according to email address, department, company role or title, city, country, street address and more. We offer this report in both a table and chart widget form, and it’s easy to comprehend while truly presenting vital data on who’s really getting the most out of their video viewing within your SharePoint portal.

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