Digital Asset Management Links — October 7, 2016

Digital asset management links for October 7, 2016

One of the images in the New York City’s Landmarks Preservation Commission new online collection of archaeological finds. (http://archaeology.cityofnewyork.us/)

The DAM market is going to grow a lot bigger in the coming years. This is due to more systems being accessible in the cloud and more integrations with other applications. – KMWorld

DAM champ Meghan Walsh talks content technology at Hilton Worldwide. She discusses DAM and web CMS and the need for connectivity between the two. – CMSWire

UC Santa Barbara receives $100,000 grant to improve digital library collections. The university is going to make it easier to access and use online collections. – Daily Nexus

Have you heard of “hero assets”? It’s a new term that’s being thrown around and this article gives a good overview of what they are. P.S. You should definitely be storing these assets in your DAM. – Business 2 Community

NYC’s Landmarks Preservation Commission just made photos from its archaeological collections available on online. Before there was an online collection of photos, the public wasn’t able to see the archaeological finds. – Slate

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