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Below, we offer three ways to future-proof your team’s streaming system, so you can deliver the safe yet thrilling experience your users expect.
Staggered visuals and outages are more than embarrassing. They can lead to declines in user engagement and revenue loss if advertisers seek other platforms.
One way to quickly and significantly improve your user experience is to implement better authentication measures. If a user is pleased with a simple, frictionless initial login — and can access content easily thereafter — it sets the stage for a rewarding, long-term relationship.
Taking the time to create a richer user experience doesn’t have to be a drain on your resources. Zeroing in on a pain point like authentication can improve multiple issues simultaneously — making you at once more organized, more secure, and more delightful to your audience.
In this challenging environment, which will likely become even more dangerous leading up to 2020, it’s critical to take every precaution to protect the customers on your platform.
On the back end, admins can tailor their response to a suspected attack in a number of ways, including:
If admins are able to verify the user’s identity and resolve the issue, they can also easily remove the block via an email link.
With this cache of personal information, it’s easy for cybercriminals to develop algorithms that churn through username/password combinations — rapidly testing them against a login screen — until they gain access.
Even if you’ve developed a winning UX and strengthened your platform against major attacks, video streamers still face the challenge of making sure their service is robust enough to handle the surge in viewers expected for the Olympics.
Now is the time to be updating legacy systems, load testing, and determining specific gaps so that you can make necessary changes in time for Tokyo.
One way to do this is to develop your technology in-house. This has the potential to give you more ownership and flexibility over your outcomes. Yet many teams can’t afford to dedicate the time and engineers required to make these systemic changes.
A second option is to buy your solution. In this case, it’s critical to find technology you can tailor to fit your needs. Every company is different — and will have different needs as it evolves. There is no one-size-fits-all product or suite of products that instantly delivers on volume, security, and design.
Preparing your platform for an enormous uptick in demand and increasing security threats — all while remaining fun and easy-to-use on the front end — might seem like an unwieldy and expensive task.
You’ll speed up time to implementation, reduce security costs, and free your engineers to double down on core, revenue-driving products.
You don’t have to dread the Olympics. If you update your platform now, by the time 2020 rolls around, you too could be in the audience.
Auth0, a global leader in Identity-as-a-Service (IDaaS), provides thousands of customers in every market sector with the only identity solution they need for their web, mobile, IoT, and internal applications. Its extensible platform seamlessly authenticates and secures more than 2.5 billion logins per month, making it loved by developers and trusted by global enterprises. The company’s U.S. headquarters in Bellevue, WA, and additional offices in Buenos Aires, London, Tokyo, and Sydney, support its global customers that are located in 70+ countries.
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