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Nick Gold to discuss “The Next MAM Frontier” at SVG’s Sports Asset Management & Storage Forum

Are you looking to build out an efficient content management and storage/archiving infrastructure of your own? Then Sports Video Group’s July 27 Sports Asset Management & Storage (SAMS) Forum in New York is an event you won’t wan...

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Chesapeake Systems’ Jason Whetstone to speak at Sports Venue Production Summit

For sports fans who never make it to seats in a stadium, rink or track - or even those who do - video is everything. Watching sports highlights, brawls, contested plays, half-time shows and fans in the stands is something consumers crave. E...

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Chesapeake Systems to Sponsor DAS 2016

This year, Chesapeake Systems is thrilled to make its debut attendance and serve as a proud sponsor at the Digital Asset Symposium (DAS) in New York May 4.  As the volume of digital content and demand for access increase, events such as DA...

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Chesa to Attend NAB

It's the biggest show in the business and Chesapeake Systems' leadership team is looking forward to networking, talking to the folks behind the products and catching up with our vendors from around the world. (See more of our thoughts in ou...

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JAVA EXPLOIT - vulnerability with Log4j

Continue Following this Blog Post for Live Updates! On Friday, December 10, 2021, CHESA received notice that there is a vulnerability with Log4j. “Log4j is a Java-based logging audit framework within Apache. Apache Log4j2 2.14.1 and below are susceptible to a remote code execution vulnerability where a remote attacker can lever...

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