Success Stories

Third Light’s collaboration platform at the heart of NATO’s campaign

NATO, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, is a political and military alliance, and its purpose is to guarantee the freedom and security of its 29 members. NATO promotes democratic values and enables members to consult and cooperate on defence and security-related issues to solve problems, build trust and, in the long run, prevent conflict. It is also committed to the peaceful resolution of disputes. If diplomatic efforts fail, it has the military power to undertake crisis-management operations. We spoke to Paul Magis, Head, Communications Technology Centre, to find out how Third Light is helping them to show how Allied unity and solidarity contribute to protecting peace and security. Read more

Saints march forward with game-changing digital media technology

Premier League Southampton FC are a very progressive club on the rise domestically and internationally. The team that play in red and white today can trace their roots back to the club formed in 1885. And they've come a long way since then. Known by their fans as Saints, they’ve been embracing new technology to optimise digital fan engagement, and effectively store, manage and deliver digital media amongst their wide network of photographers, content managers, website developers, players and fans. We spoke to Matt Watson, Southampton FC's club photographer, to find out exactly how they've got there. Read more

The University of Stirling invest in Third Light to manage valuable bank of digital media

Founded by Royal Charter in 1967, they pride themselves on their pioneering spirit and passion for innovation and excellence in all they do. So it's no surprise that they've invested in new technology to house and manage their bank of digital media. Anna Sigurdsson from the University’s marketing department explains how it works, and how it promises to streamline workflows and media management processes. Read more

Canterbury Christ Church University find ‘super user-friendly’ answer to media management

Canterbury Christ Church University started out as a teacher training college in the 1960s in response to a national shortage of teachers. Today, with its 17,000 students and 1,800 staff, it continues to shape its courses and research around critical social issues both nationally and globally. With so many students and staff, and so much going on, it's not difficult to understand why the University needed an effective solution to media management. Grant Tilford, Design and Production Team Administrator, explains why Third Light is the answer. Read more