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Digital Asset Management Blog
The leader in digital asset management in
Founded in 2005
Real world expertise
Implemented across industries
Travel and tourism
Benefits of using folders
Real-world case studies
Developing an organizational
Easy to use
Do not rely on metadata
No special software needed
Makes migration easy Mac
Commonly used in processes
Enables batch activities
Provides way to segment data
Set permissions by folder
Who can view
Who can edit
Who can move
Who can delete
Effective when assets are used only by
specific departments, colleges, or other
European Division > Marketing > Communications
U.S. Division > Marketing > Communications
Effective when file type is the primary
Multimedia > Videos
Multimedia > Audio
Effective for professional photography.
Architecture > Bridges
Architecture > Residential
Architecture > Urban
Effective for teams working on specific
Appliances > Ovens and Ranges
Appliances > Refrigerators
Appliances > Washer and Dryers
Effective for businesses with assets tied to
a specific event.
Baseball > 2008 Season > 092208 vs Giants
Effective for commonly used assets
across many different teams, divisions,
and use cases.
Employee Forms > Performance Review
Employee Forms > Transfer Request
Employee Forms > Tuition Reimbursement
Employee Forms > Vacation Request
Effective for work on projects with
changing assets and team collaboration.
Advertising Art > New Projects
Advertising Art > Assigned Projects
Advertising Art > Completed Projects
Jan 2011 Architectural
Jan 2011 Outdoor
Who are your users?
Are your users divided by any factors such
as product, department, or location?
When and why are they using the assets?
If using folders in a workflow:
Which departments are involved?
What are the steps involved?
Do the different departments have different
processes in their workflows?
Next up in the series: User Adoption
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