Document Management Systems
A document management system (DMS) keeps track of and stores a company’s documents. The DMS is often a part of an enterprise content management (ECM) system. Digital asset management, document imaging, workflow systems and records management systems are all related and, combined with a well-managed DMS, they allow a company to remain competitive in today’s business world. Continue reading What is a Document Management System?
Broadly speaking, there are two crucial aspects of a company’s internet presence. The most obvious is that which faces the public–the website, associated email addresses, etc. But just as vital is a company’s private network infrastructure. Often, this infrastructure is made available via a so-called intranet. Continue reading What is an Intranet?
Digital Asset Management Systems
A digital asset management system, shortened as DAM, is a system which manages the decisions and the tasks which surround the annotation, ingestion, storage, retrieval, cataloguing, and distribution of digital assets. Some examples of digital assets which might require the use of a digital asset management system include music, videos, digital photos, and animations. Continue reading What is a Digital Asset Management System?