The Smint.io Journal
We wish you a happy new year! The Smint.io team brought the momentum directly from the snowy slopes of the Austrian alps to a ton of initiatives that will benefit you. Find out about our office opening party, the new Content Supply Chain article by Ralph Windsor, our newest ecosystem updates, and our many upcoming webinars as well as our presence at the Henry Stewart DAM New York 2020 conference. Welcome to our January 2020 newsletter – read it now!
What is the Digital Asset Supply Chain?
Digital Asset Supply Chains have become a hot topic in the last few years. While there has been comparatively little innovation in the core functionality of Digital Asset Management (DAM) software, one big change is the range and scope of integration with other solutions taking place. So – what is the Digital Asset Supply Chain?
Enterprise Content Buying Webinar with Ralph Windsor, WoodWing and Smint.io
Join us for this educational webinar featuring Ralph Windsor, WoodWing and Smint.io. We will examine one of the few innovations in Digital Asset Management (DAM) to emerge in recent years: The Enterprise Content Buying (ECB) concept. Three presentations delivered by a panel of experts will explain the theory and practice behind ECB.
Newsletter December 2019
Christmas time is the time to grab your loved ones, a glass of mulled wine and cozy up by the fire. That’s for in two weeks. For now, it is also the time to unwrap the gifts that we have been so busy to wrap for you. Welcome to our December 2019 newsletter. Find out about support for great new Smint.io content sources, our newest downstream DAM integration, our new advisors, and great new content that we offer on our website. Enjoy!
On the trails of a polar bear
Once an image is on the Internet, it may well take paths that are as complicated as they are strange. The Hamburg-based agency Die Bildbeschaffer followed the trails of an image that shows a polar bear and was made available via the database of the renowned Alfred Wegener Institute. Now it is being sold as a rights-managed image – without the consent of the photographer. A case study that tells a lot about the care applied when handling image rights.