SUSE is a multinational, open-source software company. They wanted to help potential partners understand how SUSE can enable them to give customers an exceptional experience, be more responsive and faster than competitors, and demonstrate their ability to handle customers’ workloads.
Read SUSE's success story to know more!
In this infographic video that we’ve developed for McAfee, the company talks about its product, MVision. We helped McAfee by portraying it as a company that stays on top of the trends while letting the audience know that McAfee does more than develop antiviruses.
Wouldn't it be great if there was an efficient and secure platform providing you with a seamless hybrid cloud experience? VMware wanted to emphasize this with their platform, vSphere 6.7, to their audience that they reached out to us.
See how we helped VMware through video marketing.
The client wanted an animated explainer video that fit in with their family of other videos to show how they cover end-point protection gaps. Their target audience was organizations and companies in the IT sector. We made an animation video that combined 2D and 3D with descriptive narration.
Read more about how we helped Attivo Networks here.
Cutting through the noise and connecting with your customers is about more than just putting up ads, a website, or launching yet another clichèd PR blitz.
It’s a bigger problem than simply getting technical information out. You need to make that critical leap from being heard to being understood-- and, ultimately, being trusted.
Our screenplay converts your video into an engaging mini-movie that tells a story to simplify your message keeping the science intact and positions your offering as a magical gift.
Our unique process uses proven techniques from Hollywood, various templates, and over 20 steps, scientifically designed to grab attention, engage emotions, and inspire action.
Our animated cyber security video production company empowers you to connect with your audience in a whole new way!
Video is the most powerful medium today. Yet most cyber security explainer videos are complex and boring. How can that be? What are the marketers missing?
Wish you could simplify your message keeping the science intact? Engage emotionally and communicate convincingly? Leave them charged up to act?
You need to be a storyteller. Facts do not win hearts. Stories do.
The stakes are high, and videos are expensive to create. And even more expensive to promote. But even all that cost is a fraction of the opportunity cost of an ineffective video.
Going beyond the traditional role of an animated video production company, Broadcast2World delivers clients more than just static services. We deliver them a unique experience that not just translates into business benefits for them but also leaves them 100 percent satisfied. Our track record vouches for this approach, commitment, and consistency. We have a large team of specialists who have extensive experience in creating cyber security animation videos for clients.
At Broadcast2World, we leverage the best practices and techniques that enable us to create a unique and highly effective animated cyber security video. We have a state-of-art infrastructure and tools that further add to the quality of our output. In addition to our experience and expertise, there are several aspects that stand Broadcast2World out in the crowd when it comes to making animated brand explainer videos that work.
It all starts with you filling this short form and letting us know a bit about yourself. We require you to fill the project questionnaire that you receive after filling the first form. This helps us pick your brain and deliver a custom storytelling strategy proposal.
In the proposal we sent you after filling the forms, you'll find three custom packages. Based on your budget and requirement, you need to pick a package for the project. Once done, our team prepares the documentation and sends it over to you.
Once you complete the paperwork, we give you a basecamp login for project tracking and connect you with a dedicated creative team led by your producer. We work closely with you to meet video objectives and deliver a WOW experience!
Industry leaders who believed in the idea of telling great stories to become one!
Cyber security video are essentially short videos that illustrate complex cybersecurity and network concepts in an engaging manner. We create these videos for brands to explain why their company’s solution is the most superior.
Yes, cyber security videos are extremely effective since they sustain the audience’s interest. Effective videos explain the most amount of content in the shortest amount of time - this is something we excel at.
Because cyber security videos are so versatile, they can be a good approach for any network security brand. A cyber security video is perfect to describe why your company’s product or service is better, or how your company differs from the many others in the market.
When it comes to cyber security videos, there’s no one-size-fits-all. Many cyber security video companies believe that the shorter the video is, the better it is for the brand. But, the truth is that the length of the video will vary based on what you are trying to communicate. That said, the first 5-6 seconds of the video is most crucial because that is what results in a higher engagement rate.
Ideally, we recommend keeping the length of the video to around 2 minutes. However, the ideal length will vary based on whom the video is aimed at and what it communicates.
Broadcast2World charges an extremely competitive price to make videos. The prices start from $4,000 USD for 60 seconds of video time, for a whiteboard animation.
It can take us anywhere between 4 to 6 weeks to produce an animation cyber security video.
Ronda J. Williams
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“It’s great working with you guys. Your videos are one of my favorite projects at Epicor. It is always a blast working on them.“
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