Frame.io’s collaboration platform has gotten another upgraded feature set, this one aimed at large content creation organizations.
Frame.io Enterprise includes the capabilities of the existing Frame.io 2 offering, but adds features targeting enterprise-level deployments, including enhanced security measures and management options for teams, departments, and productions. Frame.io will handle onboarding of team members as well as provide dedicated account reps and a higher level of customer support for enterprise clients.
“One of the key challenges that larger organizations face when deploying collaboration software is the ability to manage everything from one central account while still allowing each brand, division or production to have their own private work space,” said Frame.io co-founder and CEO Emery Wells in a prepared statement.
Single Sign-On is supported with Okta and SAML 2.0, and administrators have the capability to disable any active sessions if a device is compromised.
Early customers for the enterprise offering include Vice, Turner Broadcasting, BuzzFeed, and DJI, the company said.