SAN JOSE, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--YuJa, Inc. has launched a new storage and compliance product, YuJa Himalayas for Digital Compliance.
This tool allows enterprises to manage large data workloads in a secure, compliant and discoverable manner, while also integrating with existing solutions. YuJa Himalayas reviews large sets of data to identify compliance issues, manages risks and enables e-discovery scenarios for organizations.
Through YuJa Himalayas, institutions can store terabytes of content affordably, and deep search capabilities enable simple search and recall functions. 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 large volumes of files and media to meet compliance requirements, the simplest, most cost-effective solution is through e-discovery and storage,” said Nathan Arora, Chief Business Officer at YuJa, Inc. “A unified platform like YuJa Himalayas helps institutions review and search video conference recordings, analyze and search visual content, and provides compliant archiving of video content.”
YuJa Himalayas has been deployed by a number of leading institutions, from the University of Kentucky to the University of Wisconsin-Parkside, Volunteer State Community College, Georgia Southern University, and others.
ABOUT YUJA, INC.
YuJa is a leader in enterprise video solutions. Its products harness the power of video to educate, engage, inspire, and collaborate. YuJa serves organizations of all sizes, within all sectors, including higher-ed, K-12, government, healthcare, non-profit and corporate delivering engaging video experiences. Its portfolio includes products for lecture capture, live streaming, video management, video conferencing, video test proctoring, digital asset management, enterprise accessibility, digital archiving and compliance. Legal headquarters are located in Delaware, with primary U.S. offices in Silicon Valley, California, and Canadian offices in Toronto.