A week or two ago, I covered an article about blockchain which specifically related to Content DAM and announced that I was setting up a DAM Blockchain consortium. I have since spoken to a few different people and based on their feedback, we are extending the scope of this to …Continue reading »
As reported last year and in the email sent to those vendors registered on our DAM vendor directory yesterday, we are seeking expressions of interest from vendors who would like to participate in our 2018 DAM vendor pricing survey. This can be done via a form here: http://damvendors.com/pricing-survey/
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In the last few months, we have seen a marked increase in the interest in Digital Asset Supply Chain projects and (to a lesser extent) Creative Operations Management. This is something we have talked about a lot on DAM News quite a lot, but the recent spike in demand …Continue reading »
We have recently made the premium accounts on our DAM Vendor directory free of charge. All existing registered users have been upgraded. Those who have paid for a premium account subscription (which has not expired) should have been issued refunds or a copy of the 2016 vendor pricing survey as …Continue reading »
We are currently considering running another DAM News vendor pricing survey to be published in 2018. This will be similar to the one we released last year (copies of which are still available). The previous study was supported by 16 vendors who all contributed data: Asset Bank, Brandfolder, Brandworkz, …Continue reading »
In the second part of my article on the role of blockchains and Content Digital Asset Management, I have examined some non-fintech oriented uses of blockchains (of which there are quite a lot more than many people might realise). In addition, I analyse the risks of using blockchain technologies …Continue reading »
This article was written by DAM News editor, Ralph Windsor and is the second of a two part series.
In the first part of this article, I examined what blockchains are (including associated technologies like smart contracts), why they matter for Content Digital Asset Management and how they …Continue reading »
This feature article has been written by Ralph Windsor, editor of DAM News.
In the last year, there have been subtle but potentially significant changes to the positioning of some participants in the DAM market. A number of those on the sell-side, especially those in the enterprise segment have …Continue reading »
This feature article was contributed by Martin Wilson of Asset Bank and is part of our Improving DAM In 2017 series.
In his own words, Ralph Windsor claims the DAM market is stuck in a rut, that there is now little true innovation by vendors. Even as …Continue reading »
Over the last few years, I have written a number of articles commenting on DAM innovation and how it seems to have become stuck in a rut and has not really moved forward a great deal (at least in a way which is tangible).
Having talked to a number of …Continue reading »
This is the follow-up item to the first part of How Different Will DAM Be In 2030 which discusses Martin Wilson’s article for Information Age: 7 predictions for digital asset management in 2030. In this piece, I will consider the remaining predictions 4-7.
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Denzil Ford, who is a writer and content strategist for DAM vendor, MediaValet has contributed a feature article which we have published today: Snapshots Of The Past, Present & Future Of Social Media + DAM. The item considers the role of DAM within social media and asks …Continue reading »