The Hive Streaming service can be tested and deployed by enterprises as installed agents (Hive Agents) and/or as Hive WebRTC. This blog answers the often-asked question about what the differences and similarities are between the two services.
Hive Streaming announced our integration with Microsoft’s new live event capabilities in Microsoft Stream, Microsoft Teams and Yammer. Today, we are excited to confirm that Microsoft Live Events is now officially GA across these platforms.
Hive Streaming was a clear choice based on our requirements and thorough evaluation. Their solution’s overall performance and the Hive team’s collaborative approach left us with no doubt that they were the right choice.
For the first time in our 10-year history, Hive has accepted an investment from an outside source – Verdane. For all Read More »
Swisscom is the largest telecommunications provider in Switzerland with 20,000 employees in more than 30 locations globally, including Switzerland, Italy, Silicon Valley and Shanghai. Switzerland has the highest broadband density in the world, and in this market, Swisscom has more than a 50% share of the telecommunications market.
One of the most compelling aspects of the Hive Streaming solution is our Hive Insights reporting and analytics. And many Read More »
Together with Steve Vonder Haar, from Wainhouse Research, we have published a new white paper that details some of the current dynamics impacting the selection of enterprise video solutions.
Last week Microsoft announced new live event capabilities will be coming to Microsoft Stream, Microsoft Teams and Yammer.
Hive Streaming integrates with webcast platforms to allow webcasting within corporate networks. With Hive you are able to use your webcast software to broadcast live video presentations within your enterprise.