04.17.2005 08:00 AM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
G-SAM presents 3rd annual DAM Pavilion

The lines of the technology silos are beginning to blur. An enterprise must consider and fully understand all major technology sectors e.g. DAM, ECM, storage and security, when developing a long-term implementation roadmap.

Asset Management drives the need for large-scale storage and once outside the firewall it is imperative to understand how to protect and distribute those assets to current and emerging distribution channels. For those reasons, the NAB and G-SAM have come together to provide focus and clarity to this otherwise fragmented market segment.

A Presentation Theater will provide four full days of speakers on a wide variety of subjects related to asset management. It, and a Digital Asset Management Pavilion, is located in the South Hall, booth SL4255. It’s open to all NAB attendees.

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