ResourceSpace had drastically increased our productivity and has allowed us to better leverage our library of digital assets all over the world. The speed, and reliability of both their customer service and platform is second to none.
Posts in 2020
8th December 2020
Controlling how and when your digital assets are used is essential for effective branding, copyright protection, and security. But for busy organisations, with large digital asset libraries, managing resources that have a time limit on usage rights can be tricky.
26th November 2020
Content management systems (CMS) and Digital Asset Management (DAM) systems are both used to organise data, but they serve very different purposes.
24th November 2020
Not all content should be made available to everyone. Businesses, educational institutions, and healthcare facilities have plenty of reasons to restrict access to certain data. Whether you're trying to protect your clients' privacy or manage consent and copyright permissions, your Digital Asset Management (DAM) system's search filters are essential.
19th November 2020
Museums preserve and protect our heritage, so it's essential they use communication channels with the widest reach.
17th November 2020
Despite the coronavirus pandemic and the entire ResourceSpace team moving to remote working, we're still working as hard as ever to provide our users with world class digital asset management.
11th November 2020
We're very pleased to announce the release of ResourceSpace 9.4.
19th October 2020
The coronavirus pandemic has put cloud technology on the priority lists of many organisations - 40% of businesses are now speeding up their move to the cloud.
15th October 2020
Photography curators are responsible for developing collections and making them available and presentable for the public. There's a lot to manage within this position: caring for the images, interpreting the data, and establishing relationships with other curators.
12th October 2020
We're very pleased to announce that Montala Limited, the company behind ResourceSpace, has now transitioned to full employee ownership.
8th October 2020
A recent conversation with one of ResourceSpace's newest clients offers some great insights for organisations considering our DAM solution.
2nd October 2020
When a government agency or local authority wants to buy hardware, software, consultancy, support or any other tech products and services, they will search the G-Cloud catalogue of cloud-based service providers.
29th September 2020
Thanks to the internet and in particular social media, customers are no longer passive audiences. Where brands could once control the release of carefully curated content through traditional media outlets such as newspapers and television, consumers have now taken control.
6th September 2020
Brand managers often waste time searching for appropriate digital assets, either on a free platform like Google Drive or Dropbox, or on an internal server.
12th August 2020
Choosing the right Digital Asset Management (DAM) system for your organisation can be tricky. There are lots of things to think about, like functionality and integrations, the cost of cloud storage, customer support and user permissions and restrictions.
ResourceSpace and BrandStencil: A one-stop shop for print and ready-made materials for the British Red Cross
12th August 2020
The British Red Cross were looking to replace their aging brand platform with a new and fully integrated solution; a Digital Asset Management solution combined with artwork creation and ordering that would place orders directly with their print supplier.
4th August 2020
Unlike most sectors, museum curation is very collaborative.
29th July 2020
The International Image Interoperability Framework (IIIF) was specifically created for the education and cultural sector. It's a community-driven image-based framework that enables global collaboration between institutions. In the context of the industry, images can refer to photos, drawings, objects, paintings, and manuscript or newspaper pages.
27th July 2020
Academics and researchers rely on digital repositories for access to important artefacts. However, digital assets that are 'locked in' to specific platforms can't be shared easily with other institutions.
14th July 2020
Maintaining your digital assets is a tough job.
29th June 2020
The 9.3 release combines significant developments to existing functionality with further usability improvements to make sure ResourceSpace continues to be intuitive and easy to use.
26th June 2020
If you're using EMu to manage your museum's growing collection, you'll need a digital asset management system that integrates with the software and streamlines your processes. For an intuitive approach to digital asset management for museums, ResourceSpace offers you an efficient solution - tried and trusted by institutions in your industry.
27th May 2020
22nd May 2020
Earlier this month we caught up with Stephanie Roberts, a freelance DAM consultant and long-term advocate of ResourceSpace, to talk about the typical problems she solves for her clients and the process involved with setting up a DAM effectively.
7th May 2020
With so many marketing teams working remotely, organisations face the challenge of transforming their infrastructure - quickly.
21st April 2020
You might have heard of 'open source' software - but what does it mean, and why should you be considering it?
16th April 2020
Museums look after the world's cultural and historical treasures, and they're always looking for new ways to ensure these artifacts remain accessible for future generations. This might involve optimising existing software or addressing outdated methods of storing and managing catalogues. Often, it also means introducing a digital asset management (DAM) system.
7th April 2020
If you're already using a Digital Asset Management system you can probably save a significant amount of money by moving to a free and open source solution like ResourceSpace. It'll almost certainly have all the features you're used to - and probably a few more too - and has absolutely no license fee whatsoever regardless of the number of users or how many servers you install it on.
23rd March 2020
Due to the Coronavirus pandemic, millions of employees around the world are suddenly finding themselves working remotely.
4th March 2020
Digital asset management software is a game-changing investment for any business. To get the most out of your DAM, you need to choose a platform that meets your needs-and hosting is a big part of that.
28th February 2020
The franchise business model depends on the standardisation of all organisational processes.
19th February 2020
We've been working with Fruto - a user experience consultancy - to help make ResourceSpace even more intuitive.
13th February 2020
Google Drive is quickly becoming the go-to service for organisations that need to store and share digital assets.
4th February 2020
Brand consistency is essential for the growth of any business. It distinguishes you from the competition and builds stronger emotional connections with your clients. It's crucial that your customer-facing teams reinforce this image whenever they can.
24th January 2020
Naming conventions make sure users know how to name digital assets so that filenames or titles are consistent and contain all the right information. They help you store and organise your files. Without them, your asset library can become chaotic and make it much harder to find images when you need them.
13th January 2020
Introducing a DAM into your business may seem like an obvious decision: your digital assets will finally all be in one place and this will improve efficiency throughout your organisation.
7th January 2020
The quality of your digital images can have a huge impact on the success of your business. Not every photo you take is going to be perfect though. So, how do you achieve professional results without breaking the bank? Well, there are several fantastic free picture editing applications that can help make sure your images look their best.
3rd January 2020
Your corporate identity is all the visual elements you use to tell your audience who you are.