Digital Asset Management Links — May 8, 2015

It’s been a big week for conferences, with HOW Live Design taking place all week in Chicago, and Henry Stewart DAM at the end of the week in New York. We’ll be posting wrap ups of the events soon, but if you are interested in following the conversations there, visit the hashtags #HOWLive and #DAMNY for photos, takeaways, and live coverage.

Change in the digital asset management industry

In the rapidly evolving digital world things change — fast. A recent report by Real Story Group analyst Theresa Regli asks a lot of big questions about where the digital asset management industry is headed. Marketing technology, data analytics, and digital literacy are sure to play a part. – Fierce Content Management

The Internet Archive is one the biggest and most ambitious digital archive projects in the world. Collecting, categorizing, and providing access to all the info is a huge task. A much-needed facelift just gave the site a visual boost and hopefully makes navigation a little easier for visitors. – Gizmodo

The customer experience has begun to dominate the sales cycle, with marketers at the heart of it. Is the salesperson becoming obsolete? It’s a good question and we’d like to know your opinion. – Business 2 Community

We’re always supporters of more women in tech, and that often starts with educating and engaging young women. Last weekend, high school girls in Tennessee participated in DigiGirlz Day, designed to provide hands on experiences and information about careers in technology. – Times News

Security is a big deal in the digital age, so it’s important to ask if you’re spending your digital security dollars the right way. Here are four often-ignored areas that you should make sure are covered. – Forbes

Do you use Canva? Lots of people do. The layout design website reports that in the last month, 3.2 million graphics have been created on their site. That level of engagement has helped them raise $6 million dollars as they plan to launch Canva for Work, an enterprise-level program. – TechCrunch

 

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