We recently completed a many month project to increase the speed and reliability of uploads and downloads to Wiredrive. The goal of the project was to speed up upload times by 20% from locations outside of the United States. By analyzing customer usage traffic patterns, our current vendors, and internet peering agreements we were able to reach our goal.
One of our technology principles is to aggressively retire or replace unnecessary complexity so we can focus on the necessary complexity [that moves the business]. In this post we’ll focus on our deployment pipeline, which, to be honest is still a work in progress.
Companies all across the board are utilizing VR for a variety of applications, and many are recognizing 360-degree video specifically as a revolutionary new way to produce content and attract consumers.
Last month we wrote about a lot of the awesome new features coming down the development pipe—and we are excited about every single one. This month we want to focus on a series of upcoming features that all focus on one thing: enabling creatives to move faster, be more efficient, and do it all from the comfort
One thing that every media company has in common is the need for a platform that allows for fast and easy sharing of large video files. Whether you are an independent contractor or an international media company, Wiredrive is the best business solution for sending large video files.
For brands already working with video content or looking to start, the emergence of 360° video is an exciting concept. It is still quite new for consumers, and it offers companies a new method of creating big impact content that is immersive and spectacularly visual.
Taylor has witnessed Wiredrive evolve from a resource management tool to changing the way creative people work around the world. One of Taylor’s primary tasks is allowing the company to scale while retaining its original values of innovation and curiosity. He received his B.A. degree from Skidmore College, and later went on to complete Stanford’s Executive Management Program for Growing Companies. Between spending time with his wife and two young kids, Taylor manages to play guitar, craft custom furniture, and enjoy California wine.