Printing: The Missing Piece in the Software-Defined Enterprise Puzzle

A software-defined enterprise promises enhanced security, simplicity and flexibility to achieve the highest possible productivity. However, when it comes to printing, delivering on those promises is easier said than done. The truth is, printing is much more complex than one might imagine. A mix of stationary, virtual, mobile and cloud environments makes managing a printing […]

From Linear TV to Next-Gen Video in One Consolidated Delivery Platform

Cable companies across the globe are exploring new video offerings to move beyond traditional linear TV services. For Euskaltel, a Spanish-leading cable operator, adding new TV on-demand and multiscreen services to its portfolio was essential to increase subscriber satisfaction and loyalty. Euskaltel needed a scalable delivery system that could accommodate multiple services and devices. They […]

Alleviating the Hybrid Headache

Moving just a handful of mailboxes from on-premise to Microsoft Office 365 can be a time-consuming and complex task. It’s not surprising staged migrations are such a popular approach for enterprises moving what could be anything from 500 to more than 1,000 mailboxes. But this isn’t a cure-all. For staged migrations from Exhange 2010 and […]

That’s A Wrap (up). Thoughts from IBC 2015

It was another record-breaking year. IBC 2015 in Amsterdam tallied more than 55,000 visitors and 1,800 vendors. If you didn’t have the pleasure of walking the show floor or manning a booth this year, we’ve pulled a few sites that offer a nice wrap up of the hottest news from the show. BroadcastBeat: Interviews with […]

How to track network analytics over any video distribution architecture

The migration to IP video delivery presents a vast array of opportunities to broadcasters and service providers that distribute content to traditional STBs and new connected screens. However, the downside is that monitoring, analyzing, and understanding key aspects of service performance is challenging over such a complex distribution system. Service providers and broadcasters are faced […]

Network Provisioning At Your Fingertips

The shift to IP opens the possibility for full support of automated workflows and to interconnect geographically dispersed studios and production facilities across the grope. The benefits are massive for broadcasters and service providers, enabling them to remain competitive by opening new business models vital in today’s rapidly changing media ecosystem. To capitalize on this […]