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Staff input and adoption can make or break your next big project. Five key change management takeaways to consider for your next endeavor.   Everybody Loves Change…Right? Technology moves at a breakneck pace, and some assume that the constant change around us means we are comfortable when changing tools and processes within our own workspace.   This is not the case.   Most people do not adapt immediately to change and many will resist it if it's...
Posted by James Ohana
Plain and simple. Some might categorize the above statement as an exaggeration, nevertheless, we persist!   A number of technology trends got the lion’s share of buzz and display at IBC’s 50th edition: cloud and smart hybrid infrastructure, video over IP, workflow orchestration and automation, and last but not least big data, machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI). As game-changing as they can be, we believe that these are in fact enablers of a much bigger...
Posted by Kevin Savina
The Cloud changes everything else in broadcast and since most MAMs are not cloud-native, will cloud kill MAM as we know it? Kevin Savina, director of product strategy, Dalet answered all your questions. Who actually makes money from MAM? Organizations using Media Asset Management (MAM) to increase their financial bottom line usually do so by reducing costs, increasing revenues or a combination of both. The big question is: how do we measure that? As you know, big questions...
Posted by Kevin Savina
This Q&A article is a repost from The Broadcast Bridge website.   Kevin Savina, Product Strategy Director for Dalet, discusses with The Broadcast Bridge important 2017 trends in media asset management – multi-platform distribution, collaboration, workflow orchestration and business intelligence reporting – that broadcasters, facilities and content producers should keep at the forefront of their decision-making. The Broadcast Bridge (TBB): How are changing audience...
Posted by Kevin Savina
The “blog from the show floor” has become something of a tradition now, but as this was my last IBC with Dalet, I’ve had more time off the booth than usual to get a real sense of what the focus of the show has been. Collaboration – that’s certainly been a theme everywhere I’ve been, whether that’s the more obvious exhibits such as the IP interoperability zone – a combined effort by AMWA, AIMS, SMPTE and VSF – or less formal interactions...
Posted by Ben Davenport
Last month, in the first part of our blog series on the Power of Cloud, we discussed the importance of evaluating your organization’s business needs before exploring any technology projects – especially cloud-based technology projects. Whether it’s growing your business by launching a new OTT service or streamlining your organization by bringing down geographical barriers, all projects must be based on well-defined, shared business goals. An equally important task is to...
Posted by Robin Kirchhoffer
If you look into the meaning of NRCS, what do you get? Newsroom computer system. But let’s take it a bit further, and really break it down.  Room. This word implies containment – one single location from which the news is collected, produced and distributed. Cut to this century, and that’s just not the reality of news. News gathering can happen anywhere, anytime. It can be captured by a random passerby with a smartphone that produces better quality images than the...
Posted by Kevin Savina
“Ultimately, the cloud is the latest example of Schumpeterian creative destruction: creating wealth for those who exploit it; and leading to the demise of those that don’t.” - Joe Weinman, Senior VP at Telx and author of Cloudonomics: The Business Value of Cloud Computing While Joe Weinman’s statement clearly matches the vision of his company, he is far from alone in describing the dramatic changes brought by cloud technology. In fact, most of our customers...
Posted by Robin Kirchhoffer
Once upon a time, long, long ago in a media facility far, far away, the world of media transformation was a simple place. You could take an SDI stream and put it into a box with knobs on it and by twiddling the knobs a different representation of the original signal would come out. You could capture an SDI stream to a file and do the same function with a piece of software, but essentially the workflow was the same. The output was just a different encoding or frame rate or resolution of the...
Posted by Matthieu Fasani
Opportunity – it’s a word that’s been at the forefront of thoughts going into, and throughout, NAB. We themed our presence at the show around “the Power of Opportunity” – that power coming from robust technologies that are enabling our customers to drive the most advanced media workflows. Where 2014 was a year of M&A activity, and 2015, if we’re honest, was largely a year of buzz-words – 2016 genuinely feels like the year when we start to...
Posted by Ben Davenport

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