It’s clear that microservices are set to change the face of software development. That being the case, digital asset management will be no exception. But what are microservices, how can they benefit DAM and, most importantly, how will they shape its future?
Are you making the most of your published Lightboxes? They’re one of the methods in Asset Bank for sharing your assets externally. The benefit is that recipients don’t need to login in order to download your files.
Like any good Digital Asset Management vendor, we like to associate our product and services with completely unrelated hobbies, then blog about them.And recently, darts have become a bit of a lunchtime obsession with the Asset Bank team.
One of the most powerful features of a web-based DAM like Asset Bank is that it can be accessed by anyone, anywhere in the world, simply by typing a URL into a web browser. Most of us don’t give a second thought to which browser we are using to do this, it’s just a case of using ‘the one we always use’, which is often ‘the one that came with the computer’.
After many years working as an IT consultant across various industries, I’ve recently joined Asset Bank. So with a fresh pair of eyes I thought I’d share a few things that I’ve learnt about Digital Asset Management (DAM) and why it’s so important.
If you have anything to do with the Martech industry you’ve probably read about the emerging use of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning in marketing. Indeed we’ve already written a blog or two about the subject ourselves.