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Latest Digital Asset Management News & Articles

Half of Software Purchases In the Next Five Years Will be Open Source #osbc

Today is the second day of the Computer World Open Source Business conference and it's big. No really, it's big. The four main topic areas: Big Data, Big Cloud, Big Legal Problems and Big Money. The conference is being held at the Hilton San Francisco Union Square in San Francisco.

DAM Lowdown: ADAM Software Sees Growth, Nuxeo Revs Its DAM Offering, Quick Hits

Just like a subway train in Singapore, the DAM Lowdown arrives on time this week with: Enterprise Demand for DAM Solutions Driving Growth at ADAM Software, Nuxeo's DAM Platform Gets an Upgrade to Version 1.3, 13 Cost Areas of DAM Systems, EMC and Box.net Announce Partnership and Quick Hits.

Nuxeo Releases DAM with Combined Content Repository

nuxeo_logo_2009.jpgNuxeo (newssite) is having a busy week with content management goodies. The company has gotten approval for its content repository, dubbed Apricot, and now it's announced a point release of its open source document assessment management (DAM) product over at the corporate blog.

DAM Lowdown: SDL Buys Into DAM Game, a New Developer Network is Launched, Quick Hits

After a far too brief holiday, the DAM Lowdown returns with: SDL's acquisition of Calamares, FocusOPEN launches a developer network, Createasphere hosts an open source DAM seminar, NorthPlains extends TeleScope via partnership and Quick Hits.

SDL Acquires Calamares, Spices Up its Digital Assets

SDL_Tridion_logo_2011.jpgSDL has previously partnered with companies in need of web content management solutions. Today, SDL acquired a digital assets management solution, and its offering just got spicier. By acquiring Calamares, a cloud-based platform that allows enterprises to centrally compose, enrich, publish and distribute video and other rich-media assets, SDL is able to extend its customer engagement solutions to include video and rich media management, which are more in demand across the enterprise than ever before.

DAM Lowdown: Amazon Outage Impact, Another DAM Event, Quick Hits

The DAM Lowdown returns with: The impact of the Amazon outage on DAM, more KIT Digital news, Digital Asset Management Forum in Chicago on May 5, DAM Education launches in North America and Europe plus more Quick Hits.

DAM Lowdown: NAB 2011, KIT Digital Acquires Ioko, Quick Hits

The DAM Lowdown was off last week, but that didn’t stop the DAM news. This week we have highlights from NAB 2011, another acquisition by KIT Digital, product and people updates from ADS, a new iPad app for Hollywood production and more Quick Hits.

How To: Building Open Source DAM Solutions with Alfresco

sponsored-article-01.jpg The quantity of digital assets we manage is going no where but up. Yet, a recent CMSWire poll revealed that almost 50% of respondents use things like "shared file servers and other less wonderful practices" to manage them. Given the state of DAM technology, this is clearly not the best approach.

What you need is a Digital Asset Management (DAM) Strategy that supports the organized creation, management and delivery of digital assets across multiple channels and devices.  And part of any good DAM strategy is a solid technology platform.

The open source services firm Rivet Logic is running a complimentary webinar explaining how to build a DAM solution with the Alfresco content management platform. The event is titled "Digital Asset Management with Alfresco" and runs this Thursday April 21st at 2pm EDT (11am PDT).

Emil Loreto, Engagement Director at Rivet Logic will walk you through:

  • The compelling business drivers and use cases for Digital Asset Management (DAM)
  • Key characteristics/components of a DAM solution stack
  • Rivet Logic case studies and best practices implementing Digital Asset Management using Alfresco
  • What to consider when planning your Digital Asset Management implementation.

Managing your digital assets has never been more complicated, and it's only going to get worse as consumers demand even more from social and mobile channels. Learn how an Alfresco-based Digital Asset Management solution can provide you a viable option. Reserve your seat here.
 

DAM Lowdown: What H.264 is, Evolphin Zoom Fills Version Cue Gap, Quick Hits

The DAM Lowdown is back with an overview of H.264, a new version of TACTIC 3.5 from Southpaw, Evolphin Zoom 2.8 fills a gap left by Adobe Version Cue, Henry Stewart announces dates for DAM conferences in Europe and Los Angeles and the debut of Quick Hits.

AVG Takes on the Cloud Storage Market With LiveKive

avg_logo_2011.jpgAntivirus vendor AVG (news, site) is broadening its scope by offering cloud storage with its new LiveKive data backup service.

DAM Lowdown: Second Annual DAMMY Awards, Handmark Chooses Unicorn Media for Mobile

The DAM Lowdown returns with: A new web scraper from Helium, the second annual DAMMY awards, the Golf Channel implements IPV, Handmark chooses Unicorn Media for mobile video and Widen discusses SaaS DAM vs. installed DAM.

DAM Lowdown: Celum Goes International, ADS Goes Tapeless

This week in the DAM world includes: a new version of Medialibrary, VFinity gets some attention from our friends at Forrester, celum expands its borders, WebArchives partners with Continuum and ADS warns us about the dangers of tape.

DigiTech Offers Free SharePoint Document Upload Tool

digitech_logo_2011.jpgDigiTech's collection of PaperVision SharePoint Tools (news, site) has been bolstered with the addition of a document uploader to get those critical documents into the system.

Open Source Video CMS Platform MediaCore Redesigned, Nearing 1.0

mediacore_logo_2010.jpgAs MediaCore (news, site) nears full release, the system has had a hefty refresh and added new features to round out the offering.

DAM Lowdown: ScribbleLive Brings Real-Time News, KIT digital Adds Another Acquisition

We teased the idea of a weekly column on the DAM landscape last year, but, you know, we got busy, and… well… The DAM Lowdown is back with the latest news in the DAM industry.

Granicus Growth Highlights Push for Open Government

 Granicus Growth Highlights Push for Open Government Granicus (news, site) recently revealed a strong Q4, increasing new client additions by 100% over Q4 2009 and exceeding sales results from Q1 and Q2 2010 combined. The surge in the company's numbers not only reflects the effectiveness of their offerings, but also the growing need for open government and transparency initiatives. 

Google Removes H.264 Video Support From Chrome

Browser wars are not only about market share — they can also be about support for different technologies. This is why it was rather strange to hear that Google will remove H.264 video support in future versions of its Chrome browser.

A Look Back at Digital Asset Management (DAM) in 2010

Digital Asset Management (DAM) has seen a surge of elevated attention in 2010. But this is not the only year-in-review highlight we point out as we close the DAM books this year.

Adobe Flash Media Server Hits Amazon Cloud

adobe_logo_2009.jpgAmazon added support for Adobe Flash Media Server 4 (news, site) on its Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2).

The Gap Between Creation and Management: Where’s the Bridge?

When people think about creating new digital assets, products like Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Flash, Avid Media Composer or Sound Forge Pro are the professional’s first choice — depending on the task at hand. Many of these products include a workflow management application which allows users to create projects, share files and apply some level of versioning to the files. Unfortunately however, not all products work together during the creation process.