|Create Date||June 17, 2015|
|Last Updated||June 25, 2015|
Today’s content consumption patterns are not linear, but unfortunately most processes that bring content to consumers still are. With the quest for business modernisation underway, Frost & Sullivan reached out to CXOs of some of the largest global media companies to uncover their most urgent needs. This research yielded the following top four prioritised areas of investment:
1. Managing content across its lifecycle: Media Asset Management with robust metadata schemas and tight integration with business and creative workflows
2. Transforming content for multi-platform distribution: Nonlinear editing, encoding and transcoding
3. Protecting revenue streams: Enterprise data security, conditional access, DRM, digital forensics, and regionaware access control
4. Monetising TVE: Deep analytics, personalisation and targeted user experiences
In the first of this series of white papers aimed at arming today’s CXO for tomorrow’s media world, Frost & Sullivan discussed best practices in managing content from creation to consumption within the context of real-world challenges, highlighting pitfalls to avoid and best practices to embrace.
In this second installment of the series, the focus is on security.
|FS_Security WP_April 2015.pdf|