The internet has not only changed how content is broadcast and consumed, it’s changed the journey content takes through production workflows. Digital files that epitomize the definition of big data can now be routed to cloud-hosted storage on public, private, or hybrid networks, significantly reducing the cost of production and publishing.
For every digital asset, there’s an audience willing to pay to enjoy it. Content owners recognize the potential but often find it challenging to meet the need. Legacy systems cobbled together over time fail when it comes to scaling to meet increasing demand. Keeping pace with ever-changing platforms, file formats, protocols, and protecting intellectual property necessitate investment in new technologies and cultivating new skills in personnel.
Just as media is radically changing, so are the workflows associated with migrating, managing, and marketing content. The consequence? Your content can be monetized in more ways than ever. DIVA Content Storage Management adapts to your changing workflows, inspires your teams to do their best work, scales with new technology demands, and supports business growth.
The police officer is the single most important element in law enforcement. DIVA Content Storage Management equips these men and women with the technologies that help them be more effective and safe in the field.
The intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR) community worldwide is transforming how it collects, stores and uses data. Finding the actionable information—the intelligence—in all that data is mission-critical. An active archive is your best weapon, one that gives you vital storage capacity and control.
Whether preserving the written word, photographs, video of history in the making, or copyrighted film and audio recordings, it’s absolutely vital that the archived content is exactly the same as it was when created. A secure active archive is the best solution.
Production teams working behind the scenes at sporting events face the same kind of workflow challenges that you expect with telecasts. Content quality is critical. Pre-game production—retrieving, producing, metadata collection, and annotation—needs to happen in a timely, cost-effective fashion. Video captured live needs to be ready to be repurposed, because that’s where its value really exists.
Most enterprises aren’t sure where their existing content is. And managing hundreds—if not thousands—of video assets for internal and external consumption, over myriad playout platforms, requires skills and tools absent from most enterprise resources. Protecting intellectual property and controlling global distribution with sensitivity to regional preferences is essential to growing the business in every part of the world.