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Our knowledge base contains tactical, actionable articles that offer invaluable insights to Media & IT decision makers. We share with you our experience, lessons learned, and best practices gleaned from our daily work in the industry.

Business as Usual: More Important Than Ever, Even If It Takes Extra Planning

By Jack Wyrick, Business Development

Coffee – check! Power cable plugged in – check! Favorite home-office chair – check! Remote access to media – check??? While COVID-19 is testing the flexibility and preparedness of media teams around the world, enabling and emp...

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E-book: Practical Security Tips

By Sierra O'Connor ,

Don’t become the next security breach headline. “Practical Security Tips” will show you how to stay safe. In this e-book, Chesapeake Systems’ security expert, Terry Melton, takes you through key steps for keeping your systems, ac...

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Planning Ahead for 2020: Digital Content Challenges for Post Production

By Luis Sierra, Senior Workflow Consultant and Project Manager

Devising digital media workflow solutions with the future in mind is what we do here at Chesapeake Systems – diving deep into the latest products and technologies and thinking about their implications for the road ahead. Now that we are h...

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Cloud Storage for M&E: Don’t Let the Buzz Sting You

By Chris May, Director of Business Development – Northeast

Considering the changes to the business in media and entertainment, and the technologies associated with managing their digital media supply chain, it’s not surprising to see many of our clients wanting to take a fresh look at their video...

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Sports Broadcast Learnings from 2020 Inform the Future. And it’s Grand.

Monday Morning Quarterback Sports Video Survey - The Future Looks Bright  They say hindsight is 2020. As I reflect on the past year and our world of sports, I won’t soon forget the cancellation of games, the job/family/community bubbles we created, and of course how we watched sports. As fans, we generally only think about the play on the fields or...

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