Securing enterprise content from unauthorized use is paramount for any modern business, whether it’s private or public content. Here at uStudio, your confidential audio and video content will always be protected with additional layers of security.
With our newest release of our uStudio Enterprise Podcast v1.27, we have adopted the System for Cross-domain Identity Management (SCIM) 2.0 to allow automatic user management via the Named User Service (NUS) API. This API currently supports adding, editing and removing users programmatically, usually via a connection to the customer’s Identity Provider (IdP).
So, what exactly does this mean? For those customers who have the appropriate integrations set up within their private podcast, another layer of automation has been added to your user management services - increasing your podcasts’ security and efficiency across your business.
Next time an employee joins your company or moves on to someplace else, their user identity information will be updated appropriately and instantly in uStudio’s systems, making sure that your confidential or proprietary information only is shared with those for whom it was intended. Business changes can happen fast and we don’t want anything to go unnoticed.
However, it’s not just outsiders who you may want to prevent from accessing your internal corporate podcasts. Not every business conversation is appropriate for your entire workforce and you may want to create podcasts that are only meant for certain segments within your enterprise. You can do this through uStudio’s grouping feature - whether you’d like to target a particular location, department, seniority level or more. While adding users in bulk has always allowed assigning each User to Groups, with our new Enterprise Podcast Update, the PMC (podcast management console) UI now allows this same functionality when adding an individual User.
uStudio, the only enterprise podcasting solution with a multi-tier security model that offers privacy configuration options at the application, mobile & desktop player, and stream levels. This system entails generating a series of unique signatures and verifying them across the mobile app server, the uStudio Platform, and the CDN. Without any security measures at the stream level, any user who can access the podcast content can download, redistribute, or share the content, even if the page and player are secure.
Secure podcasts can be used for all kinds of different internal communications within your business. Contact our team today to learn more about how our security features can protect your business.