The core idea of VPortal was to supplement the lacking video-handling capacity to any openly architected Learning Management System by providing a way to stream and manage the videos both from inside the shell of existing LMS, as well as via VPortal’s own friendly Graphical User Interface.
VPortal engineering team has proven tracking record of customization and integration with other systems, including single sign-on, SCORM, integrations with other LMS systems via API like TinCan API, Active Directory, and other types of systems.
As development of good quality video content lately became increasingly affordable and very popular, the problem of secure streaming, handling, storing, and cataloguing video assets remains mainly unsolved.
VPortal is a proven way to securely store, manage, distribute, and share intellectual property encapsulated in video format, as well as other document types.
The content uploaded to VPortal can only be accessed by users with appropriate levels of permissions, managed by designated administrators. Users can be entitled to share, view and collaborate on many types of information including videos, any written materials like PowerPoint presentations, PDF documents, Excel spreadsheets, Word documents and many others.