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Digital asset management (DAM) has revolutionized the way organizations store and manage their content. By providing teams and organizations control, flexibility, easy distribution, access, and reporting of your digital assets, it enables you to deliver the right content to the right people at the right times. DAM offers the ability to track and measure your assets’ performance and engagement between staff, clients, partners, and suppliers wherever in the world they may be.
This article originally appeared on the Mediavalet Blog and we think our readers will find it informative. A VPN (Virtual Private Network) has always had its place and purpose – to securely connect business networks and allow employees to connect to their network from home. And while VPNs may have their challenges, they’ve historically been manageable thanks to low traffic flows and sporadic use.
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This article originally appeared on the Intelligencebank Blog and we think our reader will find it useful. When brands assess risk and how that might impact their ongoing business, brand compliance is a consistent concern. Companies spend eye-watering portions of their marketing budgets building brand equity, yet a lack of consistency, unapproved content or activity which isn’t aligned to the companies values can destroy this in minutes.
It was never a matter of if and only a matter of when organizations would need to move portions of their operations to the cloud. Many companies were already working in the cloud or making plans to do so when the COVID-19 work-from-home mandates were announced. Companies lacking cloud-based infrastructures were forced to quickly put a plan of action into place.
This article originally appears on the Northplains Blog and we think our readers will find this information useful. Where does your business stand when it comes to digital readiness? If Covid-19 has taught us anything, it’s that if your business systems aren’t nimble, flexible and remotely accessible, there is no more tomorrow or next year to get there. If you found yourself having to scramble to provide your employees access to physical servers and other collaboration tools, now more than ever you should be thinking about either making the change to move portions of your current technology stack to the cloud, or start looking at a SaaS (Software-as-a-Service) platform.
When we think of photo studios, we think of bright lights, models wearing the latest fashions, and a photographer snapping photos as the models pose. The end results are fantastic product or editorial images that end up on websites, advertising, and magazine layouts. But beyond the glitz and glam, there is an entire logistical engine tracking every possible piece of data from managing talent contracts, keeping track of the whole product lifecycle in the studio, when it comes, when it’s scheduled to shoot and when and where to ship it back to. And that’s not even taking account of the actual shooting of photos, which has its own specialized process. An efficiency expert in a Washington Post article determined that work interruptions can cost up to 6 hours a day. And photo studio employees are no strangers to work interruptions.