Streak

CRM in your inbox, Manage your sales pipeline inside Gmail

4.5 (2 Reviews)
About Streak
Streak is an all-in-one customer relationship management (CRM) software solution built to handle any business process where email communication is at its core. We understand that the better a business can manage the relationships it has with its customers, the more successfu...
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Streak
CRM in your inbox, Manage your sales pipeline inside Gmail
4.5 (2 Reviews)
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Streak
Core Features
CRM Software Features
  • Calendar & Task
  • Contact Management
  • Collaboration Tools
  • Custom Dashboard
  • Email Integration
  • Forecasting & Analytics
  • Lead Management
  • Pipeline Management
  • Reporting
  • Sales Automation
  • Workflow Automation
  • File Management
  • Mobile Access
  • Security
2 Reviews
Client Reviews
One of the best productivity chrome extensions out there!
Matthew Fox Technical Recruiter at Edmunds
on 9/5/19
I’ve been using streak for a few years now and it’s only gotten better with lots of new features. It is a must have in my workflow and one of the first ones I install when starting fresh.
Streak, excellent, affordable solution for SMBs
Marina Zaliznyak Founder at bliss.ventures
on 7/5/19
Really love the ease of use that Streak offers. We're a micro SMB and use it to tag all emails, all opportunities and in essence it serves as a sort of database. We're focused on talent management and recruitment for startups and streak is a very affordable and simple solution. I've already recommended it countlessly. What makes it simple and attractive in our case is that it runs fully on to off gmail. We're a perfect use case for it.
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 Streaming is the data transfer process used when someone views video content on the Internet. It is a means of delivering a video file format, often from a distant storage location, a little section at a time. Client devices do not need to download the whole video before playing it. Streaming takes place by transferring only a few seconds of the clip at a time over the internet.Live streaming is a technology that helps you to stream high-quality live content directly from your website or online service directly to the end-user in real-time without being previously recorded or stored. Usually, the term live streaming applies to one-to-many feeds that go out at once to multiple users. Instead of the protocols used for one-to-many live-stream transmissions, video conferencing systems such as Skype, FaceTime and Google Hangouts Meet work on real-time connectivity (RTC) protocols.How does live streaming work? The steps that go into live streaming on the technical side are:Video CapturingSegmentationCompression & EncodingCDN Distribution & CatchingDecoding & PlaybackVideo CapturingThe process starts with capturing the raw data in video form. The processor on which the data is being captured converts the recorded information into a binary form that is 0’s and 1’s. In other words, the raw data is converted into machine language for its digital processing.SegmentationUnlike, other file formats transmitting video content take longer hence it needs to be segmented into smaller frames to be sent over the internet one frame at a time.Compression & encodingAfter segmentation, the video is compressed to prevent the rendering of redundant data. For instance, the background of the video is consistent hence it only needs to be rendered once. Next, the process of encoding data is converted into various digital formats such as HEVC, VP9, etc., for making it compatible with multiple devices. CDN distribution & catchingA CDN is a distributed server network that caches and serves content on behalf of a server of origin. As user requests no longer have to go all the way to the origin node, but can instead be managed by a nearby CDN server, using CDN results in better performance.A CDN stores every part of the live stream briefly saved, so most viewers will get the live stream from the CDN cache instead of from the origin server. Even if the cached data is a few seconds behind, this simply brings the live stream closer to real-time so it cuts down on round-trip time (RTT) to and from the origin node.Decoding & PlaybackThe segmented video data is received, decoded, and decompressed by any user's computer. Finally, the data is represented as visual content by a media player on the user's computer, either a dedicated app or a video player inside the browser, and the video plays.Nowadays, there are tons of different online live streaming options available online. When you're choosing an app, make sure that it will serve its purpose. 
 Streaming is the data transfer process used when someone views video content on the Internet. It is a means of delivering a video file format, often from a distant storage location, a little section at a time. Client devices do not need to download the whole video before playing it. Streaming takes place by transferring only a few seconds of the clip at a time over the internet.Live streaming is a technology that helps you to stream high-quality live content directly from your website or online service directly to the end-user in real-time without being previously recorded or stored. Usually, the term live streaming applies to one-to-many feeds that go out at once to multiple users. Instead of the protocols used for one-to-many live-stream transmissions, video conferencing systems such as Skype, FaceTime and Google Hangouts Meet work on real-time connectivity (RTC) protocols.How does live streaming work? The steps that go into live streaming on the technical side are:Video CapturingSegmentationCompression & EncodingCDN Distribution & CatchingDecoding & PlaybackVideo CapturingThe process starts with capturing the raw data in video form. The processor on which the data is being captured converts the recorded information into a binary form that is 0’s and 1’s. In other words, the raw data is converted into machine language for its digital processing.SegmentationUnlike, other file formats transmitting video content take longer hence it needs to be segmented into smaller frames to be sent over the internet one frame at a time.Compression & encodingAfter segmentation, the video is compressed to prevent the rendering of redundant data. For instance, the background of the video is consistent hence it only needs to be rendered once. Next, the process of encoding data is converted into various digital formats such as HEVC, VP9, etc., for making it compatible with multiple devices. CDN distribution & catchingA CDN is a distributed server network that caches and serves content on behalf of a server of origin. As user requests no longer have to go all the way to the origin node, but can instead be managed by a nearby CDN server, using CDN results in better performance.A CDN stores every part of the live stream briefly saved, so most viewers will get the live stream from the CDN cache instead of from the origin server. Even if the cached data is a few seconds behind, this simply brings the live stream closer to real-time so it cuts down on round-trip time (RTT) to and from the origin node.Decoding & PlaybackThe segmented video data is received, decoded, and decompressed by any user's computer. Finally, the data is represented as visual content by a media player on the user's computer, either a dedicated app or a video player inside the browser, and the video plays.Nowadays, there are tons of different online live streaming options available online. When you're choosing an app, make sure that it will serve its purpose. 

 

Streaming is the data transfer process used when someone views video content on the Internet. It is a means of delivering a video file format, often from a distant storage location, a little section at a time. Client devices do not need to download the whole video before playing it. Streaming takes place by transferring only a few seconds of the clip at a time over the internet.

Live streaming is a technology that helps you to stream high-quality live content directly from your website or online service directly to the end-user in real-time without being previously recorded or stored. 

Usually, the term live streaming applies to one-to-many feeds that go out at once to multiple users. Instead of the protocols used for one-to-many live-stream transmissions, video conferencing systems such as Skype, FaceTime and Google Hangouts Meet work on real-time connectivity (RTC) protocols.

How does live streaming work? 

The steps that go into live streaming on the technical side are:

  • Video Capturing
  • Segmentation
  • Compression & Encoding
  • CDN Distribution & Catching
  • Decoding & Playback

Video Capturing

The process starts with capturing the raw data in video form. The processor on which the data is being captured converts the recorded information into a binary form that is 0’s and 1’s. In other words, the raw data is converted into machine language for its digital processing.

Segmentation

Unlike, other file formats transmitting video content take longer hence it needs to be segmented into smaller frames to be sent over the internet one frame at a time.

Compression & encoding

After segmentation, the video is compressed to prevent the rendering of redundant data. For instance, the background of the video is consistent hence it only needs to be rendered once. Next, the process of encoding data is converted into various digital formats such as HEVC, VP9, etc., for making it compatible with multiple devices. 

CDN distribution & catching

A CDN is a distributed server network that caches and serves content on behalf of a server of origin. As user requests no longer have to go all the way to the origin node, but can instead be managed by a nearby CDN server, using CDN results in better performance.

A CDN stores every part of the live stream briefly saved, so most viewers will get the live stream from the CDN cache instead of from the origin server. Even if the cached data is a few seconds behind, this simply brings the live stream closer to real-time so it cuts down on round-trip time (RTT) to and from the origin node.

Decoding & Playback

The segmented video data is received, decoded, and decompressed by any user's computer. Finally, the data is represented as visual content by a media player on the user's computer, either a dedicated app or a video player inside the browser, and the video plays.

Nowadays, there are tons of different online live streaming options available online. When you're choosing an app, make sure that it will serve its purpose. 

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