New Research by Frost & Sullivan reveals the six factors of the native vs downloadable DRM argument.
Video service operators are faced with a difficult choice between browser-based and app-based delivery. Fundamentally, it is a debate about choice and control.
Native DRM is perceived to be more secure than downloadable DRM, but this is an outdated notion.
This paper breaks down the six factors of the relative pros and cons of taking a native or a downloadable DRM approach for your multi-screen service.
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