Tag: john horodyski (page 3)

  • HAL 9000

    Data, Search and the Foundation of Machine Learning

    Data can provide a lot of value, but in order to tap into that value, businesses must manage data well to ensure that it is accurate and usable.

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  • open view inside a structure

    Governance Is No Longer Optional

    Governance is a framework to ensure that program goals are met during implementation and in the future. It is the only way to manage and mitigate risk

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  • step into the neon doorway

    DAM: The Future of Content

    Content is everything to a business, and digital asset management (DAM) is critical to a company's content ecosystem.

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  • tandem surfing

    DAM's Next Wave Anticipates Our Connected Future

    Everywhere we look, change is permeating businesses: the people, the processes and the technology.  A common concern I heard at three recent content conferences was how to manage these changes and anticipate their effects.

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  • John Horodyski

    DX Leaders: People and Process First, Then Focus on the Technology

    John Horodyski knows digital asset management (DAM) inside and out. As partner with New York City-based Optimity Advisors, Horodyski advises clients on the strategies and foundational elements required to get their "digital houses in order.

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  • airborn skater

    Actions, Not Intentions, Drive Your Strategy

    Unity is strength … when there is teamwork and collaboration, wonderful things can be achieved. — Mattie Stepanek Actions, Not Intentions Collaboration is an action, not an intention.

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  • 2015 Contributors of the Year: John Horodyski

    If you haven't seen John Horodyski in a "stump the DAM consultant" panel, you don't know what you're missing. Delivering in-depth expertise with a quick wit, John kept the audience (and the moderator) laughing.

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  • presents under the tree

    I'm Dreaming of DAM Customer Service

    Since its publication in 1946, Don Gardner’s “All I Want For Christmas Is My Two Front Teeth” has remained a favorite song for the holidays, evoking a sense of silliness over what might be identified as a significant loss.

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  • falling leaves

    DAM Diatribe on Data Anxiety

    “To achieve great things, two things are needed: a plan and not quite enough time” —  Leonard Bernstein The transition to fall brings with it a feeling of change: to shorter days, cooler temperatures and the realization that the end of the year looms.

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  • Conductor

    Manage Your Global Content with DAM

    It has been said that arguing against globalization is like arguing against the laws of gravity ” — Kofi Annan One of DAM's distinguishing qualities it that it can serve as the single source of truth for rich media content across publications, broadcast, social media channels and geographies.

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  • Anchored Balloon

    Connecting the Dots Between Customer Engagement and DAM

    “People don’t care how much you know until they know how much they care” John C. Maxwell Data-driven marketing solutions enable customer engagement, and a Digital Asset Management (DAM) system can be a step toward gaining innovative, operational and intellectual control of your data.

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  • Making a DAM Decision

    Making a DAM Decision

    "It's not hard to make decisions when you know what your values are." -- Roy Disney Yes, it's that time of year again… Spring has sprung, and with that, energy and renewal comes the Henry Stewart DAM Conference to NY, NY May 7–8.

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  • Metadata Maturity Helps You Maintain Business Relevance

    Metadata Maturity Helps You Maintain Business Relevance

    “Knowledge comes, but wisdom lingers"  -- Calvin Coolidge Any organization looking to manage and exploit its knowledge more effectively can't afford to ignore metadata creation. Metadata's application, however, can't stop at creation. Organizations must continually update, manage and exploit it in order to provide optimal content and knowledge management opportunities.

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  • When You Think DAM Think Integration

    When You Think DAM, Think Integration

    "We have stood here alone in what is called isolation -- our splendid isolation, as one of our colonial friends was good enough to call it." -- Viscount George Goschen, First Lord of the Admiralty, February 26, 1896 There is no victory in a content strategy founded in isolation.

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