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For many organizations operating in the content space, moving to the cloud and remote work has been on the backlog for some time, but it keeps getting pushed off due to security and performance concerns or more pressing issues.   Given current global affairs, companies have been forced to operate remotely – and with the infrastructure being put in…

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The uprising of remote work   For the past two decades, remote working has been on the rise, with approximately 70% of people globally working remotely at least once a week and 2 in 3 knowledge workers believe office work will be obsolete by 2030. With innovative communication tools such as Slack, Zoom and Skype, the physical presence of employees is no longer required on a…

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The California Assembly Bill 5 (AB5) is coming to fruition and many industries will feel the force of the new laws aimed at reclassifying contractors who have in the past suffered from a lack of employee protections. While it’s easy to see how these changes will affect companies like Uber and Postmates (because the most…

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After all, who wants to go through the miles of proverbial red tape before they even begin producing content?   As creatives ourselves, we know first-hand how frustrating it is when security hinders workflow – outdated VPNs and FTPs, air-gapped rooms with no internet connection, 12+ hour wait times for hard drive deliveries, and spinning wheels…

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