EditShare Focuses On Reducing Cybercrime and Costly QC Delivery

Editshare’s NAB exhibit includes security best practices in XStream EFS, Quales AQC and a nearline storage solution.

Last year, EditShare unveiled EFS XStream Auditing – a purpose-built scale out storage solution with auditing said to be an industry first. The product provides comprehensive auditing and reporting of all file system activity, including file creation, deletion, modification, opens and reads as well as general media space access. EditShare auditing capabilities are designed to deter cyber criminals by providing system administrators with a complete digital footprint of all file interactions.

Also in town is the XStream EFS 40NL a version of the company’s nearline storage products. Administrators can add one or more EFS 40NL nodes of “cost-optimized storage” to an existing XStream EFS cluster as well as configure the unit as an independent storage cluster for disaster recovery or media backup purposes.

“You can be producing outstanding work, but if your content is not secure and your delivery methodology is spotty, you are putting your business at risk,” says James Richings, Managing Director, EditShare. “With the expansion of IT into media workflows and the growing popularity of OTT platforms, the time is now to ensure your facility has the right security layers and delivery methodology in place to minimize the risk of stolen content and bad file format deliveries. EditShare’s NAB showcase presents new storage auditing, media asset management and quality assurance solutions that address workflow weaknesses with best practice solutions that align with industry standards that will soon become table stakes for doing business.”

Now AMWA-compliant for AS-11 UK DPP, the EditShare team is paving the way for easy compliance at the click of a button. With QC offered as a core capability within the EditShare Flow media asset management platform, users will be able to systematically QC content at any point across the workflow saving countless hours of production and post-production time.

EditShare promises a “massive QC product lineup launch” on the NAB show floor.

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