SOFIA, BULGARIA — Tiger Technology (www.tiger-technology.com), a developer of advanced shared-storage workflow solutions, is introducing Project Serve at NAB, its standalone workflow manager that can turn any standard NAS device into a complete managed-workflow system. Designed for digital production environments of all sizes and scope, Project Serve provides a simple way to create users and workspaces, and control access to media files on shared-storage. Users can simply connect Project Serve to a NAS and use the artist- and editor-friendly Web interface to create and manage production workflows.
Tiger is demonstrating Project Serve at this year’s NAB Show in Las Vegas. The low-cost, easy-to-deploy solution can be used within post production facilities, editing companies, design studios and others locations seeking to improve collaboration while controlling access to sensitive media files.
“No other workflow manager is so easy and complete,” says Tiger Technology founder and CTO Alexander Lefterov. Project Serve is cross application and cross platform. It works with Mac, Windows and Linux. It emulates the Avid file system, and enables Final Cut Pro X network editing. Users can create local teams or connect with an Active Directory. Project Serve employs the same code base as Tiger’s integrated workflow solution ProjectStore Pro.