Choosing the Right Storage for Collaborative Workflows June 28th 2017 - 01:00 PM

Like the creative professionals that use them, today’s storage systems need to be agile and able to serve up content when it is requested, as quickly and efficiently as possible. A real-time performing ‘Primary’ storage system also needs to accommodate multiple, disparately located users working in a collaborative environment. There…

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From production to newsgathering and on to international distribution, the media industry relies more on the ability to quickly and easily transfer large files over long distances. Original methods for doing this, like FTP, are unsuited for today’s large file sizes and complex workflows - what is needed is…

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Choosing the Right Storage for Collaborative Workflows June 28th 2017 - 01:00 PM

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