• TV Everywhere is Getting Bigger: Hot News
    Sun, 31 Jan 2016 | By

    If you thought you’re the only screen addict in the house – think again. A new study shows that while we were secretly watching silly clips on Facebook, our children were binge watching on multiple devices in the next room’s 6 hours per day on average. Twitter launched Periscope, a livestreaming app which will compete … Continue reading TV Everywhere is Getting Bigger: Hot News

  • Cloud Security for Content Services: Into the Storm?
    Fri, 29 Jan 2016 | By

    An increasing number of companies are interested in cloud environments in order to improve their computing, storage and networking efficiency, adaptability, and to reduce their capital expenditures. By leveraging the cloud properties of elastic and on-demand access to computing resources (eg networks, servers, storage, applications and services), companies do not need to own and maintain … Continue reading Cloud Security for Content Services: Into the Storm?

  • Video Delivery – Reaching for the Cloud (TV)
    Mon, 25 Jan 2016 | By

    Few technologies have been as disruptive to the broadcast industry over recent years as the cloud. Its implementation brings multiple benefits at all points of the production chain, with its ability to reduce costs, scale, and adapt to the changing demands of a marketplace in flux particularly important to the continued evolution of the industry. … Continue reading Video Delivery – Reaching for the Cloud (TV)

  • The Role of Cloud in Enabling TV Everywhere
    Mon, 25 Jan 2016 | By

    Even for an industry used to change, the past handful of years have probably seen more disruptors impact on all areas of the business than ever before. Most of them have been caused by the tectonic shifting of the plate boundaries between broadcast and IT, with to extend the metaphor subsequent earthquakes and even volcanic … Continue reading The Role of Cloud in Enabling TV Everywhere