Livestreaming services for business

Updated: July 27, 2020

2020. Video conferencing service Proficonf adds YouTube video streaming



Proficonf, a service for video conferences and webinars - unveiled new functions. Firstly - it added new functionality for remove a participant from the conference room, you can not be afraid of trolls:) The second is a page for redirecting participants after a conference or webinar. You can specify any URL. It is a powerful marketing tool for sales. And the most important thing - the streaming (Live on YouTube, Facebook) functionality is already available for Pro and Premium plans owners in test mode.


2019. LinkedIn rolls out video livestreaming service for business



LinkedIn is rolling out a streaming service called LinkedIn Live to select U.S. users. The social networking website built for business professionals tells us that they’re putting a focus on interactive and timely live video streams on LinkedIn Live. The company provided examples such AMA (Ask Me Anything) events or mentors giving their students advice. LinkedIn is clearly looking to shape the content streamed on the service, at least at first, by using it to support users looking to broadcast conferences, company announcements, earnings calls, and other similar events.


2014. Microsoft adds Video service to Office 365


Microsoft is now offering Office 365 Video - the new feature for posting, sharing and discovering video content. Think of it as a YouTube for Enterprise. Use cases include video sharing for customer service, video as an inter-team collaboration tool and video for improving sales and training. Where Office 365 is deployed, video will be made available across the enterprise at no additional cost to current users. Powered by Azure Media Services, Office 365 Video offers adaptive smooth streaming technology that optimizes video playback for the device it’s being viewed on. It will make it available to most Office 365 plans for enterprise early next year.