Earlier this week, CI HUB published an article I wrote on their blog about the significance of vendor-neutral digital asset hubs in content digital asset supply chains: Managing Upstream Digital Asset Sources and the Need for Vendor Neutral Digital Asset Hubs. For those unaware what this means, it is …Continue reading »
Enterprise Content Buying (ECB) providers could be viewed as the new breed of waiter in the DAM restaurant, efficiently ferrying digital content from numerous suppliers, through to the kitchen and on to your desk, to be consumed as desired. ECB is a relatively fresh term in the digital asset management …Continue reading »
I am currently involved in writing requirements analysis and specifications for several Digital Asset Supply Chain (DASC) projects. There are some interesting themes I have observed recently in-relation to the politics of managing their implementation which might be instructive for others planning similar initiatives.
Before I get into the detail …Continue reading »
Customer Experience and Content Strategy guru Alan J. Porter has recently published an article on CMSWire entitled ‘Don’t Dismantle Data Silos, Build Bridges’.
The analogy he weaves – of castles representing data silos and drawbridges representing integration and interoperability is not an unfamiliar one to us here at …Continue reading »
As described in my recent feature article: Finding Signs Of Life In DAM: Interoperability 1.0 we are assembling a repository of DAM-related API documentation to be held at damstandards.org. The intention behind this is to build a library of DAM system APIs (and other related standards that may not …Continue reading »
Tim Strehle of Digital Collections and Margaret Warren of ImageSnippets have contributed an article with the title: Improving DAM Interoperability In 2017 which is part of our Improving DAM In 2017 series:
“DAM products have improved a lot in the last few years: They are now cloud-enabled and …Continue reading »
Over the last few months, I have been involved with an increasing number of DAM integration projects where interoperability with some other third party system has been a key issue. At the same time, I have also had consulting assignments that were not related to Digital Asset Management, but more …Continue reading »
During the last week, we have been discussing metadata and DAM integration on our DAM News LinkedIn group. That has prompted me to consider this subject in more detail via a DAM News feature article: Digital Asset Management And The Politics Of Metadata Integration. The best practice recommendations …Continue reading »
My co-contributor, Ralph Windsor, has written an article for CMSWire which they published yesterday: The Building Blocks Of Digital Asset Management Interoperability. He has a slightly unconventional take on the interoperability subject which those with an IT/systems perspective might not have considered (but which is no less valid for …Continue reading »
On the ADAM blog, my co-contributor and fellow author of the DAM News whitepaper Digital Asset Management Hosting: Making The Right Decision For Your Organisation has written the “missing chapter” of our original report DAM Hosting & Enterprise Application Integration. The blog post includes integration topics which we …Continue reading »