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No single storage repository can guarantee that your data will never be lost, much less that it can be recovered once it is lost. Are you taking a holistic approach to your Disaster Recovery (aka DR) strategy to ensure you never lose access to your precious data and digital assets?
As we enter a newly accelerated phase of technological innovation, the Brave New Digital World, the media industry is meeting the challenge with solutions to ensure business resiliency, being competitive, and aligning their revenue and costs. Media industry operators continue to take advantage of new business opportunities, such as distributing high-value events that may be one time or 24/7 across various regions. Those challenges can be met quickly with partner collaboration, better management of services, more visibility of operations, and people working anywhere.
In this IABM TV interview with Ben Vandenberghe (CEO, Skyline Communications) we discuss the key themes in the e2e management space for the media & broadband industry, such as Orchestration, AI and Collaboration.
Presented by Liz Davis – Director, Media Workflow Group–Media & Entertainment, Diversified
Disaster Recovery is a term that has evolved in the Media & Entertainment industry over the last few years. Iron Mountain and LTO was the brain trust. But, as we become more “one world”, how can we ensure that disaster recovery is accessible and efficient across the globe? What does the cloud offer, and how tangible? And to be truly a disaster recovery option, what is the ROI in our libraries? Liz’s presentation addresses the need for library reassessment as it relates to cost effective measures for content retention for truly real-time disaster recovery.
Presented by Mike Palmer, CTO, Masstech at IABM New York Executive Business Summit
Mike understands Disaster Recovery in detail and gives a case study on a large content distributor’s best practices. Mike also describes a number of options to provide optimal content backup solutions, including cloud, hybrid and on-prem architectures that include options for seamless performance, automatic fail-over and cold fail-over workflows.
Moderated by Stan Moote, CTO, IABM
David Sayed, Principal Program Manager, Microsoft Azure
Scott Rothenberg, SVP of Technology & Asset management, NEP Group
Mike Palmer, CTO, Masstech
Malik Khan, Co-Founder and Executive Chairman, LTN Global
Liz Davis – Director, Media Workflow Group–Media & Entertainment, Diversified
Marie Josee Drouin, CIO & Director of Information Management and Technologies, National Film Board of Canada
Stan questions the panelists on the credible aspects of Disaster Recovery including live events and cloud services.
Nick Pearce-Tomenius (Sales & Marketing Director, Object Matrix) Never before has media content been quite so valuable. With increasing competition and consumer appetite for content anytime anywhere, broadcasters and content producers are under increasing pressure to deliver the right content at the right time. It is surprising therefore that so many media companies have not even considered a disaster recovery plan, let alone implemented one. Just how important is disaster recovery and how do you implement a plan that’s automated and integrated into the way you work today? Changing Landscape Technology has evolved more in the past 20 years than it has in the last 2 centuries. The television was an unprecedented invention that changed the landscape of entertainment for an entire generation. Ever wonder what life would be like without that big screen that all the furniture points to? Or, should I ask, ever wondered, or forgotten, what it was like when it was just a box with five channels and a broken remote control? The consumer experience is constantly changing. The audience is no longer impressed with a remote control (broken or not), or the ability to rewind television. The creation of multiplatform delivery has upgraded expectations once...
Never before has media content been quite so valuable. With increasing competition and consumer appetite for content anytime anywhere, broadcasters and content producers are under increasing pressure to deliver the right content at the right time. It is surprising therefore that so many media companies have not even considered a disaster recovery plan, let alone implemented one. Just how important is disaster recovery and how do you implement a plan that’s automated and integrated into the way you work today?