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Vitria's Chris Menier Describes State of Digital Operations in the Cable/Telco Sector and the Keys to Enabling Successful Transformation

Broadband services offered by leading companies in the cable and telecommunications industries have provided critical enabling platforms for organizations implementing digital transformation strategies. However, the network service providers (NSPs) themselves have remained mired in legacy operations, according to Chris Menier, Vice President and Transformation Strategist at Vitria, the Menlo Park, Calif.-based IoT analytics platform provider, in a podcast interview for journalists.

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TCE Strategy’s Bryce Austin Weighs in on How Small, Medium and Large Businesses Can Address the New Threats Posed by Modern Cyberattacks

“A very determined cyber-criminal has very high odds of getting into your system.  The new war is about planning for a cyber security breach and being able to detect, respond, isolate and eradicate that breach. Many companies are practicing good cyber hygiene.  But for the very advanced hacks—you have to detect them.” – Bryce Austin, CEO of TCE Strategy

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VFX Editor Matt Carson on How Technicolor PULSE Brought Automation to "Stranger Things Season 2" Editing Process

In a podcast interview for journalists, VFX editor Matt Carson describes how he was introduced to Technicolor PULSE when he was called in to help with production of Netflix's hit sci-fi series Stranger Things Season 2 early in 2017. He quickly discovered its power and its benefits.

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More Than Half of OTT Co-Viewers Talk About Brands, Products While Watching TV: IAB

Parks Associates has released its updated list of the top 10 subscription over-the-top (OTT) video services in the U.S. market, based on number of subscribers -- and Netflix, Amazon, and Hulu continue to hold the top three slots.  Meanwhile, HBO Now made a significant move into the top five.

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Session-based Watermarking Can Stop Piracy at its Source: ABI Research

Video piracy – the copying and selling copyrighted content - has been around since the advent of the VHS tape and home video recording in 1979. Today, video piracy has shifted from pirated set-top boxes to content redistribution over broadband networks, ABI Research noted Nov. 9.  The most common forms of piracy today include illegal fully-loaded Kodi boxes, social network live streams, torrents of exclusive series or movies, web-based redistribution via file lockers, and password sharing. Service providers lose US$6 to US$8 billion annually in revenue to piracy.

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MPC CTO Damien Fagnou: Talent and Technology from Technicolor and MPC Streamline and Secure the Making of The Jungle Book

Damien Fagnou, Chief Technology Officer at Technicolor subsidiary MPC Film, spent three years supervising the provision of technology that underpinned the creation of The Jungle Book. In a podcast interview for journalists, Fagnou points out that hundreds of people on three continents were involved in developing and managing the enabling technologies for the production of this film.

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Technicolor Video Series Reveals What it Takes to be an "Architect of Amazement" in Delivering Immersive Entertainment Experiences

Technicolor has produced a series of short videos that reveal what, in fact, it takes to create a sense of amazement for audiences seeking immersive entertainment experiences. The videos reveal how an intimate interaction between science and art is advancing the way stories are told to enhance the connection between consumers and the wide array of content they love.

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