DAM Event Updates – 3rd February 2021
There are a number of DAM related events taking place next week.
On Tuesday February 9th, DAM solutions provider Nuxeo will be presenting Where Are You on the DAM Continuum? In this free online session, attendees will have the opportunity to learn about a broad range of DAM topics, including its use cases, where and how value can be added, and how to position themselves on the DAM development roadmap.
“Digital Asset Management (DAM) is no longer just about storing pretty pictures. In today’s fast-paced business environment, DAM serves many roles, from traditional marketing use cases to being positioned at the center of a complex enterprise-wide digital supply chain. This presentation will examine many of the use cases for DAM in action today, and those projected for the near future.” [Read More]
On Wednesday 10th February, Henry Stewart Events and DAM software provider Widen explore DAM’s role within the museum and digital heritage sectors. In DAM and Museums, attendees will have the chance to participate in numerous streams and Q&A sessions. The webinar is free for museum professionals and non-profit organisations, and ranges from $25 to $300 for end users and consultants.
“You’ll hear keynotes from the industry’s leading experts, participate in panel discussions, and network with fellow professionals. We will address key topics such as Integration with Digital Collection Management and Web CMS Systems, Metadata, Governance, Rights, AI and Machine Learning, Onboarding, Workflow, the COVID response and more.” [Read More]
The Digital Workplace Experience are staging their free virtual conference series on February 11th. The webinar provides a look at the world’s most successful digital workplaces, along with a panel of industry specialists, keynote speakers, and access to DWX’s video library and latest research.
“The Digital Workplace Experience conference is a highly curated, vendor-neutral conference produced by Simpler Media Group, publisher of Reworked and CMSWire. Join thousands of enterprise executives grappling with real world company culture, employee experience and digital workplace platform challenges.” [Read More]Share this Article: