How Metadata and Machine Learning Drive Intelligent File Transport

In this month’s Metadata Everywhere installment, Signiant explains “How Signiant’s Intelligent Transport Adapts to Provide Fast, Seamless Access to Media Assets on Any IP Network.”

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February 2021 M&E events: a Signiant primer

2021 is already off to a fast start, and Signiant is excited to share some upcoming February events with you.

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Introducing ‘Metadata Everywhere,’ a New Content Series by Signiant

To deliver on the ‘intelligence’ in Signiant’s intelligent file transfer software, we generate, extract, manage, and take actions based on all sorts of metadata.

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Companies can’t afford to keep trusting FTP

Almost immediately after the SolarWinds attack, many companies were reminded once again to take a closer look at their own infrastructure and processes. Some reacted by moving security to the top of their priority list and ditching FTP.

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2020: a year in review

Customers are always forefront on our minds, but 2020 raised that to new heights. From conversations throughout the M&E landscape, along with a look at the metrics on our SaaS platform, we are proud of the role Signiant’s software played in helping our customers adapt quickly.

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ENVY Remote drives collaboration with a Signiant assist

When working with ENVY Remote, users need a secure and efficient way to move content into and out of the platform. As noted on their website: ENVY Remote’s Files service, uses Signiant to give the team secure access to their Client Store.

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Accelerated innovation: What Signiant predicts for the 2021 horizon

As we head into 2021, it doesn’t appear companies are looking back, but rather are reflecting on what they learned and are now focused on shoring-up those workflows and tools.

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SMPTE’s IMF continues evolving

At any given time, a single piece of content can have dozens of versions to support all the formats, languages, and local regulations. This is why SMPTE published the IMF (Interoperable Master Format) standard.

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Localization prioritized by a new consortium, EGA

On November 17, 2020, the newly formed Entertainment Globalization Association (EGA) was announced with the goal of helping support localization services. Based in Los Angeles, the 60-company consortium is billed as the first M&E association centered on content globalization in media.

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The Overwatch League 2020 Grand Finals were another remote production win for Esports

The 2020 Overwatch League Grand Finals were a prime example of how M&E organizations have approached remote production as an opportunity to evolve the way they work, not just an inconvenience to which they must adjust.

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