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As the amount of content being created by sports organizations grows, managing content for remonetization and preservation becomes increasingly more difficult. DataCore's Alex Grossman details new options for taming the demands of the digital asset lifecycle.

DataCore Software, the largest independent vendor of Software-Defined Storage solutions, is helping illuminate the opportunity to help transform the way video content is used and viewed at SVG's Sports Content Management Forum this week in New York City.

Media and entertainment (M&E) organizations are struggling to manage massive amounts of content, while ensuring efficient and cost-effective storage from video creation, production, delivery, and archive. Along with an impressive panel of executives from Major League Baseball, NHL and NBA, DataCore's Alex Grossman will address the current state of the industry as it adapts to remote and hybrid workflows, and as growing file sizes demand more, and more efficient technologies. In-facility and cloud archive planning has taken on new urgency, as content executives look for ways to future-proof their infrastructures while managing costs.

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