Host Your Corporate Training Videos on Your LMS – Why & How

CommLab India

They contain confidential information. Hosting your training videos on an LMS is an effective way of training employees in this digital age. Ensure the privacy and confidentiality of organizational information.

How to Keep Your Cloud-Based LMS Software Protected

Your Training Edge

Cloud computing means that your LMS exchanges this data with your vendor’s dedicated server. Spamming involves ransomware and malware too, but it’s also an effective phishing technique. This cybersecurity protocol is very effective when it comes to unauthorized access prevention.

Tips For Creating Video-based Content And Choosing The Right Technology To Support It: Getting The Value Advantage Of Video-based Learning

G-Cube

From the silent-motion pictures of the bygone era, to the digitally enhanced special effects of today – films have always created a lasting impression on audiences. Getting the views from an expert is a very effective way of including useful insights on any topic.

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6 Advantages of Hosting Videos on an LMS [Infographic]

CommLab India

Video-based learning is one of the most effective and engaging learning strategies. The huge file size of videos may create problems while hosting them online on a normal server. Another issue is protecting the confidentiality of the video.

Online Training in the Cloud

Aktiv Mind

A true cloud is not like a physical server because it relies on distributed computer functions across a number of machines. It allows processes to be scaled up or down based on the expansion of the network, rather than the hardware capacities of an individual server. Clouds come in many shapes and sizes from full public service to mixed and hybrid systems that use elements of traditional servers for managing some of the information. Online Training in the Cloud.

What is an LMS?

ProProfs

Analytics – In-depth reports of completed, pending and in-progress attempts for every learner to ensure that learning is effective. Safe and secure – Data safety and confidentiality is a major concern for everyone these days.

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Office 365 Video: Your Corporate YouTube

TechSmith Camtasia

It’s not so great if the videos you’re sharing have confidential information, trade secrets, or information that would give outside hackers an insight into the inner workings of your company. Plus it gobbled up space on our servers.

Wikis for Improving Productivity

Experiencing eLearning

We use the wiki for our team, but I wonder what we can do to be more effective with it, as well as how we can help other departments in the company. Security: They have passwords visible on the wiki, but that’s OK b/c the security of the wiki is OK–must log in to view the confidential content. Then used spreadsheet on a central server, but people working from home couldn’t access it. I’m liveblogging the webinar Growing in a Down Market with PBwiki.

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6 Smart Steps for Successful E-learning Implementation

CommLab India

Compare existing training practices and e-learning in terms of cost, effectiveness, and return on investment. Or when the content is unique to your organization and the information is confidential and proprietary.

14 Best Practices for Successful E-learning Implementation

CommLab India

By assessing learners and comparing scores, you can assess the effectiveness of delivering these training programs online vs. traditional methods. The information contained in the course is confidential and proprietary. Implementing change is an organization is not an easy task.

8 LMS Requirements For Corporate Training

eFront

The phenomenon is only going to grow from here as, online learning’s proven flexibility, effectiveness and lower TCO have businesses increasingly adopting corporate eLearning solutions or expanding their already existing LMS-based corporate learning and development programs.

Firewalls and Security in Software as a Service

Tony Karrer

The good news is that there are lots of these services in most categories, and thus, the best advice is: Test any service you are thinking of using in different locations and desktops to make sure that you are able to use the service effectively given firewall restrictions. What if you need to work with content that is confidential and would potentially represent a risk? One of the interesting outcomes of my recent course - Collaborative Learning Using Web 2.0