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New Year, New DAM Book

Happy New Year

After months of work, Elizabeth Keathley, with contributions from Ralph Windsor and myself, released a new book a few days before 2016.

Digital Asset Management: Content Architectures, Project Management, and Creating Order Out of Media Chaos: Second Edition

Digital Asset Management: Content Architectures, Project Management, and Creating Order out of Media Chaos by Elizabeth Keathley

The second edition “…contains 30% new and updated material, including a full new chapter on risk and change management. Incorporating quotes and material from leaders in the field, as well as sample charts, graphs, and even job descriptions that readers are encouraged to reuse and adapt for their own purposes, this book is a must have for anyone learning about Digital Asset Management.”

If are looking for other options to consume this book beyond the printed version or Kindle version offered on Amazon, visit atlantametadata.com/downloads

Enjoy.


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Digital Asset Management Book Giveaway

There is a benefit to reading the transcripts found with Another DAM podcast about Digital Asset Management.

We are giving away one free copy of Tobias Blanke‘s latest book titled:

Digital Asset Ecosystems: Rethinking crowds and clouds

To enter this book giveway, email the podcast host with a one paragraph summary on what this book is about (from the podcast transcript) by no later than August 24, 2014.

A random drawing of the email submissions after this date will award one lucky winner this book. The book will be shipped directly by the author. You could even ask for the book to be autographed and personalized by the author himself, Tobias Blanke.

Be sure to enjoy Another DAM podcast series every week this summer and all of those DAM books.

Good Luck


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Digital Asset Management book by Elizabeth Keathley now available

There is a new Digital Asset Management book coming out in late March 2014 written by Elizabeth Keathley.  Elizabeth decided to quit her full-time DAM job and commit herself to writing this book. Shortly afterward, I was asked to be the technical reviewer/editor on this book to review each chapter in draft form.

Working together remotely, we spent a good few months working on this book. The book titled Digital Asset Management: Content Architectures, Project Management, and Creating Order out of Media Chaos is now available for sale online. If you are still clinging to the last remaining bookstores, you may need to special order this book.

If you are interested in Digital Asset Management, check out this book for yourself:

Digital Asset Management: Content Architectures, Project Management, and Creating Order out of Media Chaos

If you read the book or eBook version, leave a review of what you think.