Video Limitation #3: Video Content is Often Blocked by In-House Security

The web is available almost anywhere, including the workplace. Because the management at many companies see video as a way for employees to waste time, video content is often blocked. It doesn’t matter if the video helps the employee do his or her job better. All video is blocked.

Typically, the user doesn’t even see a place-holder for the video content. There is simply a black rectangle, with a message indicating the content is blocked due to company security policies. Not only do viewers not see the content, they may believe the website is dangerous. Why else would their company block it?

Do you want to depend on video to deliver your message, knowing that in many offices, your content will be blocked an unavailable?


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