Atlanta, GA – March 30, 2020 - DigitalGlue, provider of equipment and software solutions for video workflows, announced its virtual NAB experience, in light of NAB 2020 cancellation. The live-streamed webinar on April 16th at 2pm EST will demonstrate the revolutionary new features that are available as part of the creative.space software and how it disproves common myths and misconceptions about collaborative storage. "There has been a seismic shift in storage technology and what was once true isn't any longer," says Nick Anderson, Product Manager for creative.space. He continued, "I'm really excited to demonstrate how simple and affordable we have made collaborative storage, and how the creative.space platform is streamlined for creatives.
"The upcoming "6 Myths of Collaborative Storage" webinar will demonstrate how creative.space provides a unique solution that addresses the common issues customers experience with enterprise storage servers, replacing complexity with a turnkey service and an intuitive user experience. This webinar will provide a first look at the new features that DigitalGlue had planned on demonstrating at NAB 2020. Those interested in a private virtual demo of the creative.space platform should contact firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve a slot.
The webinar will focus on the following myths about collaborative storage:
1. You need an IT department to set up and manage it
2. You need specialized technical knowledge to use it
3. You need a clustered system for performance
4. You need the Cloud for remote collaboration
5. You need an expensive switch to use it
6. You need a big budget to afford it
The upcoming software release is particularly relevant to teams looking for a solution to continue work outside the facility. COVID-19 is impacting post production schedules across the world, and DigitalGlue has solutions to help the teams adapt. The in-house DevOps team is working with customers to implement business continuity solutions by combining the creative.space platform with DigitalGlue's extensive expertise and equipment offerings. Each customer's security requirements are unique, so DigitalGlue works closely with customers to design and deploy the right solution for their team's needs.
As the spread of the COVID-19 continues, DigitalGlue's Business Continuity Plan enables them to provide support to customers without interruption. Their proactive support team will remain staffed by employees working from home, and software engineers will remain focused on innovative new features and version updates. DigitalGlue is monitoring federal and state restrictions and recommendations to maintain the safety and health of their staff and customers as they continue to operate, full-steam ahead.