In a year where media entities are seeking new ways to manage content remotely, Tedial is using its social channels to propose the configuration of its products to create a seamless hybrid cloud environment.

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Fernández-Campón: Efficiency gains can be had regardless of the physical location of the media or where a user works

Tedial said that even before the pandemic, hybrid cloud architectures allowed companies to meet business objectives quickly. Simply put, new services can easily be tested with affordable and predictable costs when using the cloud, said the company.

Julián Fernández-Campón, Tedial CTO, said: “The advantage of this hybrid cloud integration is that customers keep full control of their critical workflows and operation while benefiting from the latest cloud features, technologies and infrastructures, providing increased value to the production team.”

Using Tedial’s HTML5 web-based Evolution MAM, operators from all departments and external partners can access content from anywhere, anytime.

Fernández-Campón explained: “For example, teams are able to find more content, browse proxies, download or edit files without going through an archive team, who can now fully focus on their primary work of cataloguing and preserving content. [this can] significantly improve efficiency and productivity regardless of the physical location of the media or where the user is working.”

According to Fernández-Campón, in order to maximise hybrid cloud capabilities, users need a dynamic content management solution that transparently manages various tiers across departments, locations or in the cloud. This includes on-premise live storage, nearline storage, deep archive tape libraries or public cloud storage. Tedial Evolution also integrates with cloud-based AI technologies, and non-critical workflows such as automating metadata tagging with AI would typically be deployed in the cloud.