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Cloud Broadcasting - Going Deeper into Security March 23rd 2017 - 03:00 PM

In the previous Cloud Broadcasting article, we looked at the business case for public clouds. In this article, we delve further into Cloud Born systems and go deeper into cloud security.

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ZeeVee Readies for 2017 NAB Show February 27th 2017 - 01:00 PM

ZeeVee is the only manufacturer that can deliver multimedia content over coax, fiber, and CATx, and is preparing to exhibit their solutions at the 2017 NAB Show.

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Cloud Broadcasting - Public and Private Clouds February 15th 2017 - 01:00 PM

In the previous Cloud Broadcasting article, we looked at Agile software development and its relevance to cloud computing. In this article, we delve further into Cloud-Born systems and investigate the differences between public and private clouds and where you might want to use them.

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Cloud Broadcasting - Agile Development February 2nd 2017 - 12:05 PM

In the previous Cloud Broadcasting article, we took a very brief look at cloud security and its advantages over traditional datacentre systems. In this article, we delve further into Cloud Born systems and investigate the new requirements for software development and upgrades in broadcast software services.

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Cloud Broadcasting - Introduction to Security January 26th 2017 - 03:00 PM

In the last article on Cloud Broadcasting we looked at reliability and the client-server model in Amazon Web Services high availability zones. In this article, we look more at cloud security, a very emotive word in the IT community.

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Articles You May Have Missed January 25th 2017 - 08:00 AM

While OTA broadcasters contemplate the future, competitors advance.

Over-the-air broadcasters are entering perhaps the most chaotic period in the technology’s history. With the FCC-mandated spectrum swap and new technology ATSC 3.0 on the horizon, video program delivery becomes ever more confusing.

Once the new kid on the block, IPTV is now part of the pay TV mainstream. Research shows that IPTV single handedly dragged the US pay TV market back to growth in the last quarter of 2014. Similar results occurred in several European countries including the Netherlands.

With the likes of Amazon, Netflix, Hulu and other new content providers, viewers, especially younger viewers, are signing up for the services. Just what does the IPTV market hold? Learn more about these OTA competitors in these two recent articles.

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