Digital Asset Management Links — May 15, 2015

The state of digital asset management 2015

Read up on one take on the state of digital asset management in 2015. A big takeaway here is that the best DAM system won’t do you any good if it isn’t implemented and maintained properly. Here’s a good read on what administration looks like. – The Hub

This podcast showed up last week and we missed it. It’s definitely worth the share as a look into the daily life of a digital asset management global admin. Learn more about how and why Barbara Alexander uses DAM, as well as some of her biggest challenges and successes. – Another DAM Podcast

Grow revenue, protect your brand, and cut costs with a DAM system. Three clear ways a digital asset management system can benefit your organization. – The Drum

Sometimes you have to spend money to make money. Paid marketing can benefit your small business by increasing visibility and attracting more customers. The key? Keeping an eye on return on investment. Of course, this is a great time to mention that digital asset management can boost your profits as well. – The Huffington Post

Despite the fact that in the past 20 years Latino entrepreneurship has tripled, Latino tech startups still face major hurdles. That brings up two questions for you: is your workforce diverse, and are you equipped to address Latino audiences? It’s (beyond) time to support diversity in technology. – Latin Post

Online research mecca Proquest added digital archives of Harper’s Bazaar magazine to their collection. You can now access issues all the way back to 1867 when the magazine first published. That’s over 100 years of fashion inspiration and history. – Talking New Media

Another interesting digital archive from a point of view we don’t normally see — conscientious objectors to war. The UK’s Imperial War Museum “Lives of the First World War” collection now includes images from people who opposed the war in addition to soldiers and medical staff. – BBC


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