Madison Area Technical College Deploys YuJa Himalayas for Enterprise Compliance Solution to Enhance Data Archiving Security and Compliance
SAN JOSE, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Madison Area Technical College, a public technical and community college in Madison, Wis., has deployed YuJa Himalayas for Enterprise Compliance to better manage and archive its high-volume video workloads.
YuJa Himalayas provides a unified platform for saving large volumes of files and media to meet compliance requirements while allowing institutions to review and search recordings, analyze and search visual content, identify compliance issues, manage risks, and enable e-discovery scenarios. Himalayas automatically provides tools to identify regulatory and corporate compliance risks in video, audio, and documents by providing the searchable transcriptions of spoken words and optical character recognition (OCR) of screen content.
“When institutions need to save media to meet compliance requirements, an e-discovery and storage compliance tool like YuJa Himalayas provides a secure, searchable and cost-effective cloud-based solution that integrates with existing compliance solutions,” said Nathan Arora, Chief Business Officer at YuJa, Inc. “YuJa Himalayas effectively helps institutions scale and reduce storage costs as they manage video content.”
Madison Area Technical College joins a number of other leading institutions using the tool, including Georgia Southern University, the University of Kentucky, Vol State Community College, University of Wisconsin Parkside, and others.
About Madison Area Technical College
Madison Area Technical College is a public technical and community college located in Madison, Wisconsin. Founded in 1912, MATC has offered educational opportunities to a wide variety of students with varying educational needs for more than 100 years. Students can earn an associate degree, technical diploma or a certificate in more than 150 programs. MATC helps students with job placement through established partnerships with the business community, with an impressive 93 percent of graduates finding jobs within six months of graduation.