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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.
  • Content Supply Chain Security is More Vital and Challenging Than Ever in a Global and Complex Media Landscape

    Not every company has a technology stack that provides consistent content security and high performance. For example, we often see companies, large and small, still relying on FTP, despite its well-known content security and performance issues. When companies finally replace FTP with modern SaaS solutions, they quickly realize they should have taken the step long ago.
  • Take Content Security Seriously or Risk Finding Yourself in a File Transfer Horror Story

    For media, content is your lifeblood, and—when it comes to file transfer—you need solutions that ensure its security, integrity, and accessibility at all times. Whether it’s failed transfers, jumbled workflows, or data breaches, you don’t need the struggles of inadequate file transfers keeping you up at night.
  • Today’s Media Reality? Bigger Files. Greater Distances.

    The media and entertainment industry is rapidly evolving. From the rise of online streaming to the demand for higher and higher quality files—can you imagine thinking 8K was on the horizon even 5 years ago—the realities of the business are changing, and organizations need to be sure to adapt.
  • FTP Replacement May Be Essential to Securing Content Supply Chains

    Efforts by major media enterprises and content security associations are seeking to replace FTP across the industry’s inherently interconnected global supply chain.
  • Sure Signs Your Media Business is Outgrowing FTP

    Most users of Signiant’s SaaS solutions were once reliant on FTP to transfer large media files. Here’s what they have to say about the transition.
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    The Death of Scripted FTP

    Most FTP systems operating in businesses today include numerous scripts to enable basic business functions, such as automation, notifications and storage.
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    The Best Way to Transfer Large Media Files Throughout Post Production

    Many post-production studios first look to FTP solutions to transfer media files. As their business grows, they run into a typical scenario.
  • Integration Partner Highlight: TransMedia Dynamics for Media Asset and Workflow Management

    TMD has utilized Signiant APIs to integrate Mediaflex-UMS with two of our large file transfer solutions: Manager+Agents for automated enterprise system-to-system file transfers and Media Shuttle for easy person-initiated transfers.
  • Old Meets New: From Legacy FTP to 8K

    Reflecting on the NAB show this year, I was struck by two extremes: emerging technology that’s still fringe like 8K video, and dying technology that’s still in use such as FTP. The media industry has long pushed technology forward, yet it’s surprising how much old technology still lingers in the industry’s infrastructure.
  • The Best FTP Alternative for Secure Enterprise File Transfers

    If you’re looking for an FTP alternative, you’re not alone or at least you shouldn’t be. Over the past year or so, major browsers including Chrome, Safari and (just yesterday) Firefox have begun blocking FTP subresources from loading inside HTTP and HTTPS pages or labeling FTP sites as insecure.
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    Senior Video Editor at CBN Praises Media Shuttle

    Michael Trauffer, Senior Video Editor & Post Production System Administrator at the Christian Broadcasting Network (CBN), wrote a great comment on one of our LinkedIn posts about their positive experience integrating Media Shuttle into their global distribution workflow. CBN is a brand new customer and thrilled by Michael’s feedback, we contacted him to learn more.