Working From Home: Web conferencing
Working From Home: Web conferencing
With the right technology, web conferencing can make working from home a much more social and productive experience.Audio qualityA common problem on conference calls is echo, which is caused by the...
Working From Home: Staying healthy & productive
Working From Home: Staying healthy & productive
When working from home for long hours each day, it's important to create a comfortable environment. Computer screens, TVs and smartphones emit blue-light that can damage our health. Studies show that...
Working From Home: Improving Wi-Fi performance
Working From Home: Improving Wi-Fi performance
Whether it's uploading videos and photos or taking part in conference calls, here are some less well-known ways media & entertainment professionals can improve connection speeds on home Wi-Fi networks...
Get Ahead in the Immersive 3D Content Market
Get Ahead in the Immersive 3D Content Market
As consumer demand for 3D content, 360° video and immersive experience grows, IT's challenge is to optimize investment in virtual and augmented reality. Producing 3D content puts a strain on compute...
Enabling a BYOD Program
Enabling a BYOD Program
While bring-your-own-device (BYOD) may reduce upfront costs, it can also expose you to greater security risks and more complexity. Personal devices owned by media and entertainment professionals are...
Replace BYOD with a Choice of Company-Owned Devices
Replace BYOD with a Choice of Company-Owned Devices
With a Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) program in place, you may have seen more operational flexibility for your workforce, especially important if it is highly contractor-based. However, BYOD also...
Best Practices to Support Users Across Multiple Locations
Best Practices to Support Users Across Multiple Locations
For media and entertainment companies with multiple locations, or a large number of employees working in the field or on location, providing reliable IT support can be complicated. But it is much...
Move Beyond Passwords to Multi-Factor Authentication
Move Beyond Passwords to Multi-Factor Authentication
Media and entertainment businesses that are not yet using multi-factor authentication (MFA) may be exposing their content and data to greater risk. Not only is MFA more secure, it also provides a...
Optimizing your Device Management Strategy
Optimizing your Device Management Strategy
As your workforce becomes increasingly mobile, device management becomes an even more critical pillar in your overall strategy, helping you to protect content, data and user identities. As you evolve...
Scaling Multi-Factor Authentication Across Your Organization
Scaling Multi-Factor Authentication Across Your Organization
As an organization that has implemented Multi-Factor authentication (MFA), you are part of a growing trend. One challenge many media and entertainment organizations face is how to scale MFA deployment...
Protecting Media, Content and Personal Data in an Era of Advanced Threats
Protecting Media, Content and Personal Data in an Era of Advanced Threats
Content piracy, ransomware and customer data theft are persistent threats in the industry. While applications continue to be the most vulnerable to attack, endpoint devices are a gateway into an...
Industry Advisory: MediaEntertainment – Growth - Mature
Industry Advisory: MediaEntertainment – Growth - Mature
As an established media and entertainment company, your IT must navigate change management, support a wide variety of users, maintain essential infrastructure. This report will help you navigate...