7 Must-Haves for Remote Work in M&E
Key Considerations for Accessing Large Media Assets
Is your media company prepared to work remotely? One of the challenges faced in the media and entertainment business is that it’s not that easy to just “take your work with you.”
Today, businesses who are unable to empower all of their employees to work remotely will find themselves at a disadvantage, now and in the days that follow.
Standard web-based collaboration tools including Dropbox, Google Drive, SharePoint and Slack, which function wonderfully in most industries, lack the technology necessary for most media projects.
Read this guide to learn about seven important considerations you should keep in mind while implementing a remote working strategy that supports the unique conditions of a distributed workforce in the media industry.
“We needed everyone—including filmmakers, producers, studios, post production supervisors, visual effects artists, editors, and directors—to feel like they were in the same room, regardless of whether they’re in New York, London or Los Angeles.”– Zak Tucker, Co-founder at Harbor Picture Company