Remote Working in the Creative Industries

As technology increases in its power and flexibility, remote working solutions are more appealing than ever.

With so many options in front of us, what's the best way to deploy remote working technology for your business?

Going Remote

Covid-19 And The Impact Of Remote Working On The VFX Industry

We've conducted research, in association with HP, on the impact of remote working within visual effects. Download the full report

Useful Documents

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Remote Working for Creative Workflows

Deploying remote working solutions can be a minefield of options and choices. Our PDF, Remote Working for Creative Workflows, lays out the options for remote access to workstations, render, and storage.

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Introducing Sherpa

With the cloud maturing a solution it's now at the point where it needs to form some part of your technology landscape. Our own Sherpa GUI is a cloud resource management tool and can smooth your introduction to the cloud.

What Solution Is Right For You?

There are two primary defintions of remote working within this context: the first is rack mounting machines and enabling remote access within your own premises or workflow, the second is a globally distributed workforce accessing a centralised infrastructure (be that from a studio location, datacentre, or the cloud).

Futhermore, there are two approaches to the solutions available: moving data, or moving pixels. Do you want staff copying data from one location to another, or simply accessing it securely from a remote location?

By talking through your options with the team at Escape Technology you can be sure of deploying the best solution for you. And to help, we've collated some of our key resources and thoughts about remote working solutions for the creative industries.

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