But now with even SMBs adopting cloud-based DAMs containing hundreds of thousands of assets numbering in the dozens of terabytes, deployment strategy has become more important than the rather arbitrary term "enterprise"
A common question keeps popping up among our subscribers: when to use built-in services within a portal technology platform, versus opting for a third-party solution. Sometimes this question arises in connection with workflow services
As part of the latest release of our DAM research, weâ€™ve updated our evaluation of Nuxeo. Some of you may know this French ECM vendor that ventured into the land of DAM a few years back, when they started offering a separate DAM module based on the main Document Management platform, with some add-ons.
In the recently released version 4.2 of our Digital & Media Asset Management Report, you will see several new products that we’ve added to our research. One of them is Razuna -- not only a new entrant to our report, but a novice to the DAM market in general
Some vendors we cover in the Digital & Media Asset Management Report are in a committed, pure DAM/MAM relationship with their customers. Others â€“ like Nuxeo, Adobe CQ and VYRE â€“ which we have just updated with new evaluations â€“ tend to favor a more open relationship incorporating aspects of WCM, ECM and DAM.
It's a simple formula that works most of the time in enterprise environments. It works for the simple reason that most electronic documents that require organizational attention typically are captured and proceed down a structured workflow
The tech blogosphere has been debating the apparent demise of the Java Content Repository (JCR) spec, especially after news that the open source Document Management firm Nuxeo dropped support for the standard. JCR's popularity and future are always debatable. However, it should focus you the customer on an important topic: what happens when a standard dies?