Sharing media files efficiently
There are multiple aspects to managing and structuring (media) files for digital storage and distribution. One of them, access control, has been getting more important in recent years. Legislation is getting stricter (especially in the EU) and digital data breaches are an every-day occurrence. It’s getting more important than ever to keep control over who has access to your files. Staying in control of your media while still being able to share it publicly is exactly where we can help you.
Share it selectively
We are big fans of the so-called “principle of least privilege”: Don’t give someone access to something they don’t need to see. With MediaLab we provide two ways to implement this in your own Lab. First of all we have the ‘user and group permissions’ for internal users. You can fine-tune the access to a single folder if you want to. While it takes a bit more effort to set it up initially, taking the time to set this up will ensure your users, that they can only view and download the media they are supposed to.
But how are you going to share your media with customers, or the consultancy agency that are helping you on a project? For this group of external stakeholders, we provide a couple of ways to selectively share the media you want.