Back in 1971, FTP was a groundbreaking invention. TODAY? Well, things have moved on. A lot.
Next-generation file transfer solutions exist, yet, surprisingly, many sports organisations all over the world still use FTP to move today’s large video files. Slowly. Unreliably. And often, insecurely.
Read our eGuide, The Pitfalls of Relying on FTP to Move Hi-Res Sports Video Files, to learn:
- Why FTP simply can’t keep up in an age of ever larger and more urgent file transfers
- The 7 key issues that make FTP unfit for the needs of modern sports production
- How the headaches from relying on FTP for delivering and sharing your files are only getting worse
- Why deploying a better solution doesn’t have to mean jettisoning your familiar FTP folders and directory structures
- How the Detroit Lions use a next-generation alternative which offers faster, safer, and easier to use options
“During training camp, we use Media Shuttle every day to distribute material to our media members. It’s a big plus for stations to be able to turn clips around quickly and put them on their evening newscast.”
-Bryan Bender, Detroit Lions Director of Broadcasting and Production.