SAN JOSE, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The University of Kentucky, a public land-grant research university in Lexington that educates more than 30,000 students, has deployed YuJa Himalayas for Enterprise Compliance.
The YuJa Himalayas product is designed for organizations who are deploying high-volume video workloads with tools to better manage, archive, and discover data in a secure and compliant manner. YuJa Himalayas also provides a unified solution to review and search video conference recordings, analyze and search visual content, and provide compliant archiving of video content.
“Zoom integration further streamlined video content storage and retrieval, as well as reduced overall storage costs.”
The University of Kentucky and YuJa, Inc. began a successful partnership approximately two years ago, primarily for the capabilities in the Video Platform. Instructors can create dynamic content inside the Video Platform, and then use simple editing tools to enhance the videos. Easy to edit auto-captioning, detailed video analytics and video quiz implementation all have proven to boost engagement and learning methods available at the university.
The addition of YuJa Himalayas allowed the institution to scale seamlessly when the Covid-19 pandemic hit, using YuJa as its centralized video platform across the institution. “As growth became evident, university officials opted to deploy Himalayas to scale media utilizing its unique machine learning-based archival method,” explained Nathan Arora, Chief Business Officer at YuJa, Inc. “Zoom integration further streamlined video content storage and retrieval, as well as reduced overall storage costs.”
About the University of Kentucky
Founded in 1865, the University of Kentucky (UK) in Lexington offers more than 200 academic programs to its more than 30,000 students. The wide array of programs allows the institution to excel in multidisciplinary studies and fosters an environment of cooperative engagement across all colleges, programs, and research endeavors. The university remains anchored in its mission to Kentucky – to educate, innovate, heal, and serve. A sense of responsibility to its communities on campus and across the region is resolute and the vision of service to the Commonwealth and the world beyond remains the same.