​Cantemo Updates MAM Cloud Security

The latest version of Cantemo Portal (v4) includes a wholesale UI modernization and Cloud compliance and security improvements.

New integration with Aspera will also allow for faster transfer speeds with greater end-to-end encryption. Managing roles in Portal is said to be more intuitive with roles that clearly tell what actions a user is allowed to do in the UI. This will allow admins more options to oversee the users and assets in their media libraries.

Parham Azimi, CEO, Cantemo, commented: “Our customers are some of the biggest brands in broadcasting. They’ve been challenged with the constantly evolving video landscape. Many are moving towards cloud or hybrid cloud workflows, and ensuring security remains extremely vital. We’ve made Cantemo Portal 4 in anticipation of the next wave of challenges the media space will encounter.”

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