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Governance: Rules of the Road to Keep Your Organization on Course

03/12/2018

By Jesse Celso

Today, most organizations are faced with industries that are rapidly evolving. In order to adapt to increasing business demands they have numerous concurrent projects underway of varying complexity, while also struggling to keep up with day-to-day business operations. Sound familiar?

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Digital Transformation – Part VIII: The Shift from Workers to Gamers

03/12/2018

By Rod Collins

Whether we’re ready to acknowledge it or not, Digital Transformation—the fundamental socioeconomic architectural shift from top-down hierarchies to peer-to-peer networks—is dramatically disrupting all the rules for how the world works. At the heart of what many call digital disruption is this unsettling reality: most of our beliefs about how things work become rapidly obsolete once an institution is fully disrupted.

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State of the DAM

03/12/2018

By John Horodyski

Change is rumbling through the processes and technology in which we operate in business, elevating DAM along with it. Now it's not just digital asset management - it's a critical component of the content ecosystem.

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Digital Transformation – Part VII: The Human-Machine Symbiosis

03/12/2018

By Rod Collins

Over three days from February 14 – 16, 2011, the American public was introduced to the amazing capabilities of artificial intelligence (AI) during the telecast of the Jeopardy! IBM Challenge, when IBM’s Watson faced off against Ken Jennings, the holder of the record for the game show’s longest winning streak, and Brad Rutter, Jeopardy!’s all-time money winner. This much-publicized human-versus-machine competition turned out to be no contest at all, as Watson easily beat its human challengers with a score of $77, 147 to Jennings’s $24,000 and Rutter’s $21,600.

With this remarkable victory, the public learned what was once considered science fiction was suddenly scientific reality: computers could interact with humans in intelligent conversation. Watson wasn’t a linear program following a series of pre-planned fixed steps, like a dishwasher. It was an intelligent machine that could absorb spontaneous human communication and could respond sensibly. And what was most impressive is that it could do so far smarter and faster than the long-running game show’s two greatest champions.

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5 Things That Will Make Users Love Their New DAM

03/12/2018

By Chris Rossi

Your company is putting in a new digital asset management (DAM) system. It comes with training materials and documentation from the vendor.

These resources cover basic functionality and the unique features of the system. If users have questions, they should be able to find the answers they need. And since the training docs show users how it all works, you should be good to go, right?

Not exactly.

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