7 Ways the Right DAM Can Optimize Your Brand Performance

When it comes to storing and organizing content, there are several solutions out there—think content management systems (CMS) or file hosting services (like Dropbox). Digital Asset Management (DAM) works in tandem with these types of solutions—but takes a different approach to content.  Options like Box, Dropbox, Google Drive, Sharepoint, etc.., essentially act as simple parking lots for final, end-state assets; they don’t support all the upstream processes that go into creating, reviewing, and managing those assets.  In terms of DAM

Image Compression Is A Must For Search, Mobile, And Conversion Optimization

When graphic designers and photographers output their final images, they’re typically not optimized to reduce the file size. Image compression can drastically reduce the file size of an image – even 90% – without reducing quality to the naked eye. Reducing the file size of an image can have quite a few advantages: Faster Load Times – loading a page faster has been known to provide a superior experience for your users where they won’t

What Is A Content Delivery Network (CDN)?

Although prices continue to drop on hosting and bandwidth, it can still be pretty expensive to host a website on a premium hosting platform. And if you’re not paying a lot, chances are that your site is pretty slow – losing your significant amounts of business. As you think about your servers hosting your site, they have to put up with many requests. Some of those requests may require your server to communicate with other

HTTP Live Streaming Players: 5 Features You Need to Know

HLS player which is also known as HTTP live streaming is a communication protocol which is the brainchild of Apple that was initially designed exclusively for the Apple devices but eventually it became compatible with other devices as well. Among the various commendable features, the HTTP live streaming platform uses the adaptive streaming technology which targets the streaming subscribers by providing them with both on-demand and live streaming services across all Apple devices. Why do we need