In this update you can read about the Latest Features, our A-Z of DAM, how Universities use Asset Bank and the Benefits of Agile Software Development.
If you are a member of our Customer Support programme, you can upgrade now to get the latest new features. Top of the list is our new ‘share items by email’ feature which makes it possible to share images (or other assets) by email directly from the Asset detail page.
Other new features available include:
- Improved User Experience for a number of key pages including ‘Login’, ‘Registration’ and ‘Share as Link’ pages.
- Audit log reports now generate results for all transactions within a given date range. Reports can also be downloaded as Excel files.
- Simplified Bulk Upload Workflow including easier process to resume a Bulk Upload at a later date.
- Updated Publish Lightboxes so that the names shown for re-size options reflect the usage type name alone.
Read more about these new features or upgrade now to get them all. Learn the Lingo
Are you new to DAM (Digital Asset Management) and want to learn the lingo or perhaps you never got to grips with the difference between ‘Ontology’ and ‘Taxomony’? All key DAM terms are explained in our A – Z.
How Universities use Asset Bank
Did you know Asset Bank is used by over 60 Universities across the world? We explore why DAM is so important for Universities with the help of University DAM consultant Colin Rowe and Mike Ekern from the University of St Thomas.
Agile vs Fixed Price Development
If you regularly outsource your web or software development work you might be interested to read this short presentation on the benefits of Agile vs Fixed Price software development contracts.
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Just in case you missed last month’s email we want to let you know that in addition to this news email you can also sign-up to receive Asset Bank security updates as well as emails asking for your feedback on new feature development.
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