_Cisco presents The NAB 2018 Agenda, a series of articles laying out what IT technologies should be top of mind for attendees and how they transforming the M&E industry. Our goal is to help you make the most of your time on the show floor by identifying important IT trends expected to unfold at the 2018 NAB Show and explaining how they can improve efficiency, streamline workflow, protect assets and save or make your organization money. Kicking off the series is “Here’s What Broadcast People Are Talking About, Pre-NAB: Active Archives.” Author Leslie Ellis talked to top engineers, technologists and data/IP specialists to develop a shortlist of what characterizes their ideal world of archive management.
Three words, fourteen syllables: Virtualization. Orchestration. Automation.
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