Published By: Dell EMC
Published Date: Aug 07, 2018
The media and entertainment industry
was valued at $1.81 trillion in 2016,
and is expected to reach $2.14 trillion
by 2020. Activities within this industry
have grown over the last couple of years,
and now range from creating content for
movies, TV and games, to delivering that
content. This is increasingly performed
via on-demand data networks rather
than traditional over-the-air broadcasting,
watched over high resolution displays that
enhance the overall viewing experience
of the user, and even the latter is
being delivered from the same storage
repositories. Media production is also
now prevalent in areas not traditionally
associated with this activity, such as
training, museums, and education.
Media organizations, gaming companies, and the entertainment industry are among the biggest targets of credential stuffing attacks. The people behind these attacks realize the value of an account, whether it’s to a streaming site, a game, or someone’s social media account. And, they’re willing to do whatever it takes to steal them. This report provides an overview of the recent credential stuffing attacks against these sectors and the risks these attacks pose. We’ll also explore some of the ways adversaries conduct these attacks.
Published By: Equinix
Published Date: Jul 08, 2016
The media and entertainment (M&E) industry is being disrupted not only by the massive amounts of media content being consumed, but also by the “technology evolution” of new digital media formats and iterations of TV-top and handheld devices.
Advanced analytics can provide extremelyvaluable insight into today’s media viewers. This must-read report details the top 10 best practices for successfully implementing data analytics for driving profit, attracting new viewers, and increasing viewer loyalty.
Published By: MarkLogic
Published Date: May 16, 2017
Getting data from today’s television and film production and post-production workflows may seem like you’re moving through molasses. Mired in manual processes, attempting to manage and automate data during the creation stage of your content’s lifecycle can sometimes feel like a losing battle as the demands of creatives constantly move forward.
Hear Lulu Zezza, Physical Production Executive for New Regency Productions, Matt Turner, Media & Entertainment CTO, MarkLogic, and Guy Finley, Executive Director, Media & Entertainment Strategic Alliance (MESA) as they discuss:
o Metadata’s value and its evolution, beyond delivery and experiences, to harnessing critical production data
o Results of taking a new approach to bring this data together with context and meaning that impacts other business unit roles
o How the New Regency team created a software driven production data hub that is enabling creatives to work seamlessly on the project, in a comfortable UI/UX driven environment, with e
It is critical for media and entertainment companies that they get the most out of the content they’ve invested in. But for many monetization of their assets is being inhibited by slow and expensive tape-based archival solutions (LTO) as well as first generation cloud storage like Amazon. Wasabi Hot Cloud Storage, in partnership with Marquis Medway, is bringing media and entertainment companies a transformative new solution. Wasabi’s next generation cloud storage brings companies the speed they need to leverage their content, but costs far less than the traditional cloud storage options. Plus unlike Amazon and others, Wasabi does not charge you to retrieve your content—potentially a huge savings depending on how much you access it. To help you quickly and efficiently get assets from tape to cloud Wasabi has combined with Marquis Medway’s advanced workflow automation platform. To learn more about how this integrated solution can help you rapidly transition away from resource draining LT
Published By: Equinix
Published Date: Aug 14, 2015
This white paper shows how Equinix has created the Equinix Media and Entertainment Ecosystem (EMEE) — a solution that leverages our global facilities and the software defined network (SDN) provisioning power of the Equinix Cloud Exchange.
Online media and entertainment companies face a tidal wave of content demand. Legacy infrastructure will be overwhelmed by the compute, storage and network demands. Businesses that make the right investment decisions and fine-tune performance can provide consumers with the user experience they expect.
Download Intel's latest eGuide, ‘Thriving in Today’s Media and Entertainment Economy' to discover:
• Expectations for the growth of the streaming media industry over the next few years
• Consumer expectations for high-quality media experiences
• How to defend against hacking with upgraded infrastructure
• The predicted effects of 5G on the media and entertainment landscape
• The infrastructure upgrades required to keep up with these demands
Infinidat provides the difference you seek in a data storage solution for media and entertainment organizations. New demands have everyone in the industry feeling the impact of high latency storage and its impact on efficiently delivering speed to market on new and dense workload management. The Infinidat unified storage architecture enables the scale, performance and best overall TCO required to deliver an extreme competitive advantage to media and entertainment companies.
Learn why hundreds of today's leading companies like Caesars Entertainment, Bell, Ingersoll Rand, Sony, UTC and Eddie Bauer turn to Technomedia-Hodes iQ to help them create the world's most successful workplaces. Download our complimentary case study and get the inside scoop. Learn how Caesars Entertainment made a lasting first impression with their new hires from day one and made onboarding a top priority.
When it comes to audience engagement, the landscape has been completely rewritten. Media and entertainment companies need to embrace new technologies to achieve revenue goals. The Adobe guide, Play to Win in Audience Intelligence, shows you how.
Read the guide to learn:
• How to bring your data sources together into a unified view of the customer
• How to move beyond basic demographic attributes to behavior attributes
• How to use look-alike modeling to improve customer targeting and acquisition
In the Media and Entertainment industry, it all comes down to acquiring and retaining audiences. The higher the audience value, the better. Our guide, Acquisition Evolved, gives you a four-part framework to identify and engage high-value audience segments across channels that drive engagement, subscriptions, and advertising opportunities.
Read the guide to learn:
• Tips to accelerate your data-driven marketing
• How to overcome audience acquisition and engagement obstacles
• How to identify the right marketing technology for audience acquisition
Published By: Cloudian
Published Date: Feb 15, 2018
We are living in an age of explosive data growth. IDC projects that the digital universe is growing 50% a year, doubling in size every 2 years. In media and entertainment, the growth is even faster as capacity-intensive formats such as 4K, 8K, and 360/VR gain traction. Fortunately, new trends in data storage are making it easier to stay ahead of the curve.
In this paper, we will examine how object storage stacks up against LTO tape for media archives and backup. In addition to a detailed total cost of ownership (TCO) analysis covering both capital and operational expenses, this paper will look at the opportunity costs of not leveraging the real-time data access of object storage to monetize existing data.
Finally, we will demonstrate the validity of the analysis with a real-world case study of a longstanding network TV show that made the switch from tape to object storage.
The limitations of tape storage go way beyond its lack of scalability. Data that isn’t searchable is becoming
Published By: Panasonic
Published Date: Jan 10, 2019
Every day, Media & Entertainment companies face new challenges on all fronts, from traditional cable and broadcast to streaming services like Netflix and Hulu. Meanwhile, creators of live experiences struggle to convince fans to turn from their devices and see the real thing. This presents unique challenges to decision makers struggling to determine the most opportune time to adopt the technologies that can address these threats and trigger growth. This report looks at the trends, attitudes and behaviors that are determining the present and future of Media & Entertainment.
This white paper outlines methods to help service providers improve overall operational efficiency within the service assurance operational environment. Learn how IBM Tivoli® Netcool® solutions can help service providers streamline their operations, improve responsiveness and reduce costs.
Based on the Forrester Total Economic Impact (TEI) methodology, frameworks and interviews, Forrester Consulting, in this commissioned study for Progress, measured the total economic impact and potential ROI that using Progress Actional delivered in monitoring and managing the CRM system of a leading media and entertainment services provider.
The world's appetite for media and entertainment is seemingly insatiable. New devices are enabling the use of new media in ways that were barely imaginable a few decades ago. Read on to learn more about analytics and personalization to attract users.
This paper outlines some of the important considerations for encrypting data on tape, and is intended to help IT administrators make the right decision for their environment and their company's data security needs.
Download the new Adobe Digital Index report to see how your online marketing practices compare to the best-of-the-best websites across five industries, including retail, media and entertainment, travel and hospitality, financial services, and high tech. You’ll see critical metrics on everything from mobile trends to conversion rates—so you can develop new strategies for success in 2014.
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