Top 4 New Features in ShareBrowser

ShareBrowser is our all-in-one application that helps your team organize and search for media and projects across EVO and other storage devices.

ShareBrowser is similar to Finder and Explorer, but it’s much more than a file manager: It’s designed specifically to help media teams work and collaborate more efficiently. Assets can be catalogued, tagged, and commented, enabling everyone in the workflow to more easily find, preview, and share media and projects. ShareBrowser is like Spotlight, but designed for media teams who use networked storage.


December 5, 2017 by SNS Editor in BLOG

Small-Medium Companies: Potentially Huge Tax Benefits on 2017 Equipment Purchases

Did you know your company may be able to expense up to a $500,000 deduction on equipment if it’s bought and put into service before midnight on December 31, 2017?

This may effectively reduce the purchase price of your capital expenses, including computers, digital storage, software, and other office equipment!

Section 179 of the US tax code is aimed at businesses that purchase up to $2M worth of equipment in 2017, and it could add tens of thousands of dollars or more to your bottom line.


October 31, 2017 by SNS Editor in BLOG

What Sets SNS Apart?

“What sets you apart from your competition?”

That’s something we hear often when we’re talking with people who are just learning about SNS.

We take this question introspectively to be as much about who we are as a company as it is about the differentiation and comparison of our shared storage products to others. So in this post we’re going to talk about our company’s unique background and highlight some reasons users give for choosing SNS and our products over other options.


August 28, 2017 by Eric Newbauer in BLOG

Is Shared Storage Workflow Missing from your Media Production Curriculum?

There’s no shortage of demand for the skills necessary to professionally package and present content, which is why more and more educators are embracing media production in their mass communications & journalism curriculums. Today, hundreds of universities and even high schools now offer film/video production courses and degrees.

It’s not just for film schools anymore.


July 6, 2017 by Hal Hope in BLOG

FCPX and Transitioning to Deconsolidated Libraries for Shared Storage

With the introduction of shared storage into a Final Cut Pro X team, workflows tend to open up and become more sophisticated.

Smaller workgroups usually begin by keeping FCPX libraries and their corresponding media in the localized, self-contained bundles FCPX uses by default. This is a logical way to work for very small teams, especially when there’s no shared storage. But, while this works acceptably for smaller, condensed environments, this workflow shows itself to be less efficient with the addition of network storage and increased users/collaboration. As your team grows and more users need more assets, it can be better to have media stored separately from libraries.


June 10, 2017 by SNS Editor in BLOG
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