Digital Asset Management Links — January 2019

Where is the DAM market headed in 2019? Jarrod Gingras, Managing Director of the Real Story Group, shares his thoughts about the near-term future of the DAM industry in this two-minute video. – Henry Stewart DAM

Here’s another industry forecast: 10 trends that will shape how organizations manage digital content in 2019. Content management has become an essential job for any organization. Here’s how this role might be shaped in the coming year. – Marketing Land

Looking for a dynamic DAM conference to kick-off 2019? Consider the 2nd Annual Digital Asset Management Summit 2019, January 24-25 in New York. The program will focus in on “breakthrough solutions for the management of enterprise content.” – Insight Exchange Network

If you missed the Henry Stewart DAM Conference in San Diego 2018, here’s a review from Lisa Grimm, a DAM expert from Amazon. Lisa was a presenter at the event, and was thrilled to see speakers, exhibitors and attendees from an ever-growing range of industries. – DAM Guru

Need a refresh on the purpose and value of taxonomies? This overview from Heather Hedden, a professional taxonomist, is an excellent resource that you might consider adding to your bookmarks. –

Here’s an agile approach to taxonomy creation. This strategy from Theresa Putkey of Pointe Consulting breaks down the work into two-week sprints, with complete deliverables along the way. – LinkedIn

How do you manage knowledge that doesn’t live in text-based documents? Media-based files – such as slide decks, video, and infographics – contain valuable information that can be challenging to organize. Real Story Group explores why companies are increasingly using DAM systems to manage knowledge that lives in these kinds of documents. – Real Story Group

In this installment of Another DAM Podcast Henrik de Gyor speaks with Alex Hauschild from Google about his work with DAM systems and digital libraries throughout his career. – Another DAM podcast

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