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The Workflow Show

The Workflow Show

The Workflow Show is CHESA’s bi-weekly podcast. Going into its ninth year, we interview industry experts, visionaries and
innovators; cover all the steps in the Media Supply Chain; share
tips; and offer some Workflow Therapy. This is our passion.

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#54 Education to Innovation: A Conversation with Mike Szumlinski of iconik.io Cloud Based Media Asset Management

On this episode of The Workflow Show, Ben and Jason speak to guest Mike Szumlinski, Chief Commercial Officer at iconik.io, about what it means to foster the growth of a product and create a collaboration tool for media asset management in the cloud. ...

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#53 Shared NVMe Storage, Object Storage, and the Future of StorNext, with Eric Bassier

CHESA’s Ben and Jason chat with Eric Bassier, Senior Director of Product and Technical Marketing at Quantum. Ben and Jason ask Eric about the future of storage systems in and out of the cloud, and what changes within Quantum’s products are help...

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#52 Creativity Driving Innovation, a talk with Michael Cioni

View a list of all podcasts The Workflow Show is also available on iTunes In the second half of our interview with Micheal Cioni of Frame.io, Ben and Jason ask Michael about his background and the sights he saw in filmmaking along the way...

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#51 Workflow In the Cloud – Creativity Drives Innovation – A Talk with Michael Cioni of Frame.io

For this episode of The Workflow Show, we’re delighted to have guest Michael Cioni, Global SVP of Innovation at Frame.io, as our guest. Jason and Ben ask specifically what it means to lead innovation, what’s next for Media IT and post-production ...

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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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