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Google to enable businesses share videos internally

Google is adding YouTube-like video communications features to its business application suite, Google Apps Premier Edition, which costs $50 a user per year for a package of business software, email, scheduling and website design capabilities.

Google Video for business is designed to be shared among designated users within an organization’s own Web domain, protecting executive speeches, product training, sales meetings or other employee video messages from unauthorized disclosure outside the company.

Google is adding YouTube-like video communications features to its business application suite, Google Apps Premier Edition, which costs $50 a user per year for a package of business software, email, scheduling and website design capabilities.

Google Video for business is designed to be shared among designated users within an organization’s own Web domain, protecting executive speeches, product training, sales meetings or other employee video messages from unauthorized disclosure outside the company.

“What YouTube did in the consumer world, Google Video for business is going to do in the enterprise,” says Matthew Glotzbach, product management director of Google’s Enterprise division, the unit responsible for Google Apps. [Source: Economic Times ]

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