After a break in transmission we are now back to normal service with me reflecting inwardly and also outwardly to the world of DAM to question what value we are … Continue reading Do you REALLY need that?
Looking at how businesses think about people when using Digital Asset management
In a world where DAMs are expected do more than digital asset management or are part of a larger platform where you can buy a DAM, and a CMS, and … Continue reading Open API – yea right.
Whilst visiting my parents this weekend I embarked on my usual photographic voyage with my iPhone taking pictures of the garden, the cats in strange sleeping positions, my Sunday lunch, … Continue reading Curation v Creation part 2
In my last post I was talking about how I was hoping that positivity would reign at the Henry Stewart DAM conference in New York, and you know what, I … Continue reading DAM – it’s not all unicorn parades
There is only 48 hours to go before the start of what some would arguably call the biggest digital asset management conference of the community, Henry Stewart DAM New York. … Continue reading Positivity
And they’re off, again. Yes the London DAM MeetUp is once again revitalised and to get everyone in the mood they are doing it as an informal social get together … Continue reading London DAM MeetUp
Recently I was talking with an IT executive who was explaining to me a very complex diagram containing lots of boxes that summed up the companies system architecture. I immediately … Continue reading Where’s DAM?
After raising its head during the Henry Stewart DAM conference earlier this year, the question of where the DAM team and system should sit within a business was also discussed … Continue reading One giant leap for DAM
When tasked with choosing a DAM system many people immediately become lost in researching the many DAM vendors who are out there, getting bowled over by offerings of infinite functionality … Continue reading Tell them what you want, what you really really want
Last week I spent a day going through photographs that belonged to my grandfather. There were less than 200, showing a lifetime, from old black and white shots of great … Continue reading Curation Before Creation
In the first post for our intro to digital asset management, we did briefly mention metadata, so let’s expand more on that subject. You may hear the term ‘metadata’ mentioned … Continue reading And now for metadata