Digital Asset Management Links — March 10, 2017

Digital asset management links for March 10, 2017

Information overload has been a problem since the 1940s. Not only was information overload a problem, but being able to find that information later was an issue as well. Back in the day, Vannevar Bush envisioned a “memex.” It was a machine that was supposed to solve the problems of information overload. We think the memex looks a lot like a DAM system today. – CMSWire

Here’s a great read on one of our favorite topics: metadata. Did you know that metadata fields have metadata too? Tim Strehle explains exactly what this means in his article. – Tim’s Weblog

How do you turn DAM newbies into DAM champs? Well, we know this is easier said than done. However, understanding and successfully managing your ‘digital supply chain’ can help all the different aspects, including user adoption, of your DAM system run smoothly. – LinkedIn

Watch Theresa Regli talk about her new book on DAM. In case you didn’t know, Theresa is the managing partner & principal analyst at Real Story Group. She recently published a book titled “Digital and Marketing Asset Management: The Real Story About DAM Technology and Practices.” In this interview with Henry Stewart, she discusses some of the key themes of her book. – YouTube

DAM is like a time machine for digital assets. You know, it’s funny, I’ve never actually heard this comparison before, but it fits perfectly! DAM is like a time machine because you can go back to any digital asset’s state at any given time. And this just brushes the surface. Read this article to get a more in-depth look at why DAM can take you back in time. – Digital Asset Management News

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