Live video streaming has been around for more than a decade, and in that time, it has secured a reputation for technical complexity in both networking and video. Indeed, the past challenges of streaming have undoubtedly kept many organizations away from seriously pursuing video over IP. But the times they are a-changing. Today, sites such as YouTube have essentially made streaming video just another data type for today's computers, and people now use it regularly. Fortunately, live streaming at the corporate level isn't what it used to be either — and VBrick has a way to prove it.