Increase System Resilience with Redundant & Scalable Tech

Resilient Systems

In mission-critical control rooms, a visual collaboration system failure can be disastrous. Component resiliency is crucial to success. “Resilience” refers to the inherently designed ability to meet an acceptable level of service while a fault is present. System failure or poor performance occurs for a variety of reasons: cybersecurity attacks, insufficient…

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The High Cost of Cheap Collaboration

Cost of Cheap Collaboration

It’s an unsettling revelation for first-time combat soldiers, but as Murphy’s Laws of War reminds them: their weapons were made by the lowest bidder. However, there are times in which an ounce of cost prevention (cheaper goods) does not result in a pound of performance…

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Preventing Ransomware Attacks

Ransomware

Occasionally, pre-existing security threats suddenly gain national attention. Recent instances of large targets falling prey to ransomware attacks demonstrated how vulnerable even well-established organizations are to increasingly sophisticated malware. Command and operations centers of every size and flavor strive to prevent these and other security…

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Eliminate Downtime by Optimizing NOC Performance

Network downtime

A Network Operations Center (NOC) provides core management of computer, telecommunications, and/or satellite networks. NOCs track network operations and security. It enables operators to perform preventative and corrective maintenance when necessary. Many discrete, highly technical activities take place under this broad umbrella but one of…

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Global Security Operations Centers of the Future

Global Security Operations

Global Security Operations Centers (GSOCs) are designed to monitor, detect, analyze, and facilitate response to security threats. These environments manage all stages of threat control. GSOCs enable organizations to mitigate economic risk, protect assets, raise situational awareness, and safeguard personnel. Visualization and communication tools provide…

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Stryke Lightning: Customer-Inspired Portable Collaboration

stryke lightning for emergency response

CineMassive has had the privilege of designing both expeditionary and permanent visual collaboration systems for several US military operations over the years, including the US Army Special Operations Command (USASOC). This organization has unique requirements for information visualization to support units across diverse environments. These…

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Control Room Efficiency Through Visual Collaboration

efficiency

Mission critical teams depend on accurate data and intelligence to make informed decisions. Control rooms and command centers provide a centralized location from which remote field operations or regional activity can engage in this transfer of intel. Fostering control room efficiency may mean the difference…

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Supply Chain-Controlled Video Wall Systems

supply chain-control

As visual collaboration platforms grow more sophisticated, manufacturers combine both traditional and innovative hardware and software components to meet customer requirements. While incorporating a variety of options in a video wall system’s design provides flexibility, it also exposes system users to potential security risks. The…

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Dynamic Asset Management

CineNet Asset Management

We’ve recently explored several conceptual aspects of visual collaboration systems: crowdsourcing for critical information, the appeal of bring-your-own-device (BYOD) functionality, and strong continuity of operations (COOP) support, to name a few. It is important to design visualization systems with enough flexibility to properly address performance,…

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Easy Content Management: Drag, Drop, & Design

content management

Can you imagine tech life without drag-and-drop functionality? We all know of (and a few of us remember) the time when this extremely useful feature didn’t exist. The ability to instantly select an object, drag it to a different area, and drop it into place…

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