The three main categories that comprise Enterprise Video are: Video Communications, Video Content and Video Security.Enterprise Video Communications incorporates telepresence, video conferencing, video telephony and video-enabled desktop messaging applications. The Cisco solutions for video communications include Cisco TelePresence, the video components of Unified Communications and Cisco WebEx.Enterprise Video Content is a rapidly growing market category that refers to a subset of Enterprise Video technologies. This subset enables organizations to capture, transform and share video-based knowledge with solutions such as recording and streaming, transcoding and analytics, enterprise content distribution and desktop video sharing. The Cisco solutions for video content include Digital Media Systems and Media Transformation and Analytics.Enterprise Video Security is the third category included in Enterprise Video. Enterprise Video Security is comprised of the Cisco Physical Security portfolio including video surveillance, incident response, and integrated access control.One of the key take-aways from Cisco’s video strategy is to evolve from the traditional, silo-ed way of thinking about these technologies to taking a more comprehensive and architectural approach to your video strategy. This architectural approach enables interoperability across your entire video portfolio and a networked set of media services, opening opportunities to explore a new ways to use video in your organization.