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Unifying Digital Media Content Management – Handling the Complexity Of All Media

Jon Newman, Product Manager, Cisco
With the explosion of movies and TV programs available to consumers on any device, traditionally siloed content management systems are straining to keep up. Complicating things further is auxiliary content around each title such as poster artwork, chapter thumbnails, supplementary videos. Throw in to the mix music, e-books and digital comics and the content management challenges become near impossible. Unifying the content management systems is key to solving these challenges, and Cisco Videoscape Media Suite is the unified CMS leading the way.
Jul 18 2013
62 mins
Unifying Digital Media Content Management – Handling the Complexity Of All Media
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