SharePoint and Lync integration now available with Tripleplay’s world leading media portal solution; find out more at ISE 2014

London, UK, 29/1/14: Leading developers of digital media software solutions, Tripleplay, will be demonstrating the TripleChoice video portal solution with integration into both Lync and SharePoint collaboration environments at Integrated Systems Europe at the RAI, Amsterdam from the 4th to 6th February 2014.

The TripleChoice Media Portal integrates into any LDAP or Active Directory environment giving any administrator full access and rights control. With features including live TV recording, video upload, bookmark creation and sharing, the ability to add comments to clips and easy branding enabled, Tripleplay’s media portal solution is a concise and complete offering that enables any business to build their own, personalised video library and streaming solution.

Integration into a SharePoint or Lync environment ensures that the Tripleplay Media Portal can be easily added to any existing business resource environment, providing the flexibility, quality and control associated with Tripleplay’s Media Portal, whilst making all video resources accessible to staff in a familiar and trusted way.

Tripleplay CEO, Steve Rickless commented; “Video use in business has been on the increase for a number of years and, whilst our media portal is in use within many organisations around the world already, we understand that the ability to integrate into 3rd party environments is a must for some.

“We have created a means that makes it very simple for administrators to add video content to Sharepoint and also for staff to view and access it. Our Sharepoint and Lync integration work will allow users to fully harness the technology we offer.”

Tripleplay are discussing and demonstrating this integration on stand 11-E57 at Integrated Systems Europe, RAI, Amsterdam from the 4th to 6th February, as well as demonstrating digital signage, IPTV and video on demand portal solutions including STB-less hospitality TV.