16 Sep 2020

Webinar: Bringing the cloud to your desktop. Managed multi-cloud solutions enabling 100% remote work.

If you work with digital media files and are trying to find solutions for seamless remote working, you won’t want to miss this webinar. Quick access to media in the cloud is now a prerequisite, regardless of your Internet connection speed. Discover how BASE Media Cloud & LucidLink offer a new cloud-based shared storage service that enables creatives to access, edit, create, and collaborate on digital media assets, pre-integrated with tools such as Adobe Premiere Pro and iconik, from anywhere.  With 100% cloud-based shared storage, hardware storage devices can finally become a thing of the past!

With post-production teams working remotely and struggling with download times and lack of in-person collaboration, this is one webinar that you won’t want to miss.

Learn how teams can edit in place, from the cloud, like a local drive.

  • No downloading
  • No syncing
  • No file transfers
  • No more waiting

Webinar Speakers:

Peter Thompson, CEO, and co-founder of LucidLink

Ben Foakes, Managing Director of BASE Media Cloud

Michael Clayton, Business Development Executive at BASE Media Cloud

Jonathan Wray, Technical Projects Manager at BASE Media Cloud

 

To find out more get in touch with us.

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11 Sep 2020

Broadcast Podcast: Producing in the cloud with Little Dot Studios

This episode of Broadcast Tech Talks is with Greg Rochford, IT manager at Little Dot Studios and Michael Clayton, sales account executive at BASE Media Cloud.

They talk with Broadcast Tech editor Jake Bickerton about how they worked together to transition Little Dot Studios to the cloud. It’s a journey that began five years ago, and has paid dividends during lockdown with everyone able to seamlessly work and access all production assets from any location.

Little Dot has 1.4PB of data (and counting) in the cloud on accelerated secure cloud storage. An Iconik smart media management platform plugs into this cloud storage, and when new content is added it’s automatically scanned, transcoded and made into proxies, ready for editors to work on.

The setup is discussed during this podcast, as well as why Little Dot Studios still needs a big London office despite the cloud enabling all its staff to work remotely.

To watch the podcast click here.

 

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