Signiant Jet makes it easy, fast and secure to automate transfers between locations, partners and the cloud. Built on the same SaaS platform as Media Shuttle, Jet works with operations of any size and offers enterprise network capabilities, support for cloud object storage, and expanded APIs. There’s rarely a situation where Jet can’t meet the need!
Historically, automated backup systems have been too expensive and complex for many companies but that’s no longer the case — so, why aren’t more backing up their important work to prevent disaster?
Signiant sat down with Ariel Gordon, founder and CEO of Cinema Máquina to discuss their use of Media Shuttle, their experience working through the pandemic, and Mexico’s impact on the global market.
Like almost everyone worldwide, Definition 6, a digital and creative services company with offices split between New York and Atlanta, was staring into the reality of a widespread pandemic shutdown. The future of their enterprise relied on their teams being able to keep working.
There’s plenty to Shuttle, and for asset managers challenged with keeping their MAMs clean and aiding end-users and partners in keeping content flowing, we’re happy to share how the world’s top M&E organizations are leveraging Shuttle to meet that challenge.
As production teams look to do more with fewer people on site, traditional file transfer methods present significant challenges causing broadcasters to find alternatives.
Media Shuttle is the fastest ‘hands on’ way to transfer large digital assets. In this data sheet, you’ll learn about Media Shuttle’s key benefits and features, as well as its system requirements and unique hybrid SaaS architecture.
One of the challenges faced in the M&E business is that it’s not that easy to just “take your work home with you.” This guide shares seven important considerations to keep in mind while implementing a remote working strategy that supports a distributed media workforce.
“5G removes all the limitations we had with the things you have to plug in. Less gear and no limitation on where you can be,” Sahara says. “As long as you’re somewhere in the network, somewhere you can get a signal, you can do what you need to do. And that’s the freedom that 5G will enable.”
The industry is certain to go through even more dynamic transformations once live production resumes in full, but until then, the journey that live sports has embarked on and the creativity and tenacity the industry has demonstrated continues to captivate.
There are many opportunities to see how individuals and organizations are leveraging their global reach and their increasing connectivity with customers and industry comrades to alleviate the stresses of COVID-19.
Esports, as it stands, is experiencing immense growth, and a heretofore undreamt-of level of legitimacy, and with that comes a trove of needs and opportunities that media technology businesses should be paying extremely close attention to.
“Two different networks who want to come to our facility and shoot over the next two to six weeks, one of the first questions they asked was, “What is your COVID-19 policy? I never really thought about that, but we have to come up with one.”
“Time. I think it’s the biggest challenge. It’s been frantic. It’s been so frantic. Every day is just inventive in a way. Trying to get everything done within an unknown timetable and deploying technology at a slightly wider scale than we’ve done before.”
Over the past year, Signiant’s development team has been focusing on a few new significant additions to Manager+Agents. In addition to system-to-system automations, you can now also automate workflows to people and to and from the cloud, as well as support local object storage and growing files.
Signiant’s accelerated file transfer solutions are designed to optimize transfers based on file and storage type, distance, and network conditions, to make sure you get the most out of all available bandwidth. And, the bigger the pipe, the more we can help!