DAM DEFINITION: The process of storing, retrieving and distributing digital assets (files), such as logos, photos, marketing collateral, documents, and multimedia files in a centralized and systematically organized system, allowing for the quick and efficient storage, retrieval, and reuse of the digital files that are essential to all businesses.
This white paper lays out the requirements of component content management in some industries and vertical markets it also compares the requirements of component content management with the capabilities of more general content management technologies.
With end-users creating more rich content in the enterprise and the increased demand for interactivity, interactive content management is fast becoming a "must-have" for organizations big and small.
This 15-minute guide is part of a series of guides that, in no more than 15 minutes, aims to provide a starting point for learning about a particular subject, in an easy and entertaining read.
The EMC Documentum digital asset management solution provides a platform and Web interface that makes video accessible across the enterprise while supporting collaborative business processes.
Explosive email growth has led companies to re-evaluate their messaging systems to ensure adequate data archiving. This paper examines storage infrastructures supporting systems based on MS Exchange and details how to optimize performance and prote...
The scope of the digital data protection challenge faced by most organizations will continue to grow as an increasing percentage of the data these organizations depend upon is digitally originated.
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