As stay-at-home measures have accelerated the need for production workflows that can be performed remotely, DirecTV has delivered for its workforce and led the industry in overcoming this challenge.

The studio reached out to InterVision and they selected a next-generation VPN deployment that not only delivered on their high-performance requirements but also provided ease of use to their engineers.

InterVision’s analysis revealed that “parking” was one of the most mentioned issues in the survey comments. These insights have allowed the baseball team to proactively prepare for next year’s season. The River Cats’ renewal rate in 2018 was 9% higher than in 2017, and the team attributes some of that improvement to understanding the fans a little better.

As a result of choosing InterVision, the company gained a more transparent show-back of their network utilization, which was helpful to measure the effectiveness of their streaming service and content production; cost savings through rightsizing their network and storage; reduced need to hire additional full-time IT staff; and a consolidated vendor suite for hardware and managed IT services under InterVision’s deep bench of expertise.

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Chris Campbell sits down with Nicholai Piagentini to discuss everything from the original goals of VPN to enabling a more dynamic and secure environment.

Listen now as Ray Panahon, InterVision’s Head of Technology, Media & Entertainment, sits down with Jeff Ton to discuss the cultural shift happening in order to adapt the transformation of Media & Entertainment.

Victor Tingler, Intervision’s VP of Digital Transformation, and Gabe Cortina, CTO at Bunim/Murray, discuss the development of the right framework, relationships and initiative IT leaders need to ensure their organizations remain out front and competitive in their rapidly evolving industries.