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The Pitfalls of Online File Sharing and Sending Services
Mike Nash Easy-to-use, readily-accessible, and consumer-oriented, online file sharing platforms such as Dropbox and Google Drive are, to end users, a pleasant replacement to older file transfer methods such as FTP. FTP is complex to use and requires IT intervention to make almost any change. The pain associated with FTP, which was developed in the 1970s, is one of the factors that opened the door for the rise of online file sharing services in the workplace.
Tags: iss131 | ftp | signiant | efss | dropbox | google drive | ftp | ofss | media shuttle | Mike Nash
Contributing Author Mike Nash Click to read or download PDF
LiveU Buyers guide to cellular uplinking
Ronen Artman Cellular uplinking continues to change the way that video is gathered in the field, bringing new levels of flexibility and cost-effectiveness. Heres a clear, concise 10-point guide to the key points that customers should explore before choosing their unit.
Tags: iss076 | liveu | cellular uplinking | field transmission | ftp | live | power | external touch screen | Ronen Artman
Contributing Author Ronen Artman Click to read
Five Best Practices for Securing Your Content during Collaboration
N/A A study by AT&T researchers concluded that for 77% of movies being traded on the internet, leaks originated by insiders. Screeners are a prime source but throughout the production and distribution cycle there are opportunities for security holes and unscrupulous profiteers.
Tags: pirates | protection | iss034 | signiant | security | secureftp | ftp | drm | watermarking | cdm | N/A
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Automation in Uncertain Times
N/A In light of the unfavourable economic outlook broadcasters need to protect their investment in technology like never before. There is a high chance that some products designed to make the broadcast environment more efficient will become obsolete and this in turn will have a knock-on and negative effect on workflow in transmission suite
Tags: iss033 | automation | abit | Device API | Device Protocol | FTP | SQL | N/A
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Automation in Uncertain Times
N/A In light of the unfavourable economic outlook broadcasters need to protect their investment in technology like never before
Tags: Abit | iss032 | automation | Device API | Device Protocol | FTP | SQL | N/A
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Automation in Uncertain Times
N/A In light of the unfavourable economic outlook broadcasters need to protect their investment in technology like never before. There is a high chance that some products designed to make the broadcast environment more efficient will become obsolete and this in turn will have a knock-on and negative effect on workflow in transmission suite
Tags: abit | iss031 | automation | broadcast automation | Device API | Device Protocol | FTP | SQL | Ethernet | Fibre Channel | Serial communication | N/A
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Ask the Experts on the Topic of Distribution and Delivery
N/A Last time, we started this series with volume one of the most frequently asked questions on digital distribution and delivery. Herewith, we follow that with the cleverly titled: Volume Two.
Tags: distribution and delivery | iss031 | ftp | wan acceleration | networks | switches | routers | file compression | compression | asset management | N/A
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Common Questions on the Topic of Distribution and Delivery
N/A As the Broadcast and Post industries continue to adopt file-based workflows, there has been an ever-increasing need for the implementation of technologies for the distribution of digital media
Tags: signiant | distribution and delivery | ftp | latency | wan acceleration | iss029 | N/A
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