Gamification: Not Worthwhile For Enterprise DAM?

This post by Chirag Mehta discussed the role of Gamification with special reference to enterprise applications.  For those who has unfamiliar with the term, Gamification means the application of gaming techniques to create more engaging user experiences.  Chirag argues (correctly in my view) that flow and a simple, uninterrupted user …

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Law Enforcement Conference Features Special Digital Asset Management Expo – October 22nd-26th 2012, San Diego (USA)

The  Law Enforcement and Emergency Services Video Association (LEVA) is including a special Digital Asset Management Expo at their annual conference on October 22nd-26th 2012 in San Diego:

A number of hands-on workshops will be offered during the conference, focusing on DME laboratory best practices, DSLRs for crime/critical incident

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Chrome Beta Includes C/C++ Engine: The Impending Transformation Of Web Digital Asset Management Systems?

This Google blog article discusses the inclusion in their Chrome browser of a C/C++ engine using the same ‘sandbox’ security techniques as JavaScript.  The feature is called “NativeClient” and uses Google’s ‘Pepper’ API to allow interaction between the C/C++ and HTML5:

First, we’re pleased to announce the integration of

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Tagging Robots: A Genuinely Useful Application of Social Media Concepts For DAM?

As reported on Tech Crunch, former Myspace employees, Todd Leloy and Joe Muoz have developed an automated semantic Tagging Robot which crawls Facebook newsfeeds and offers you relevant topics for each link.  Tagging Robot uses NLP (Neuro Linguistic Programming) and machine based learning to develop a profile of users …

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