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The best video format for website, social media and Co

The best video format for website, social media and Co

While watching a corporate video, the video format usually doesn't matter. But when it comes to promoting the video content and placing it on various channels (such as your own website, YouTube or Instagram), the file format can be crucial. We provide an overview of different video formats and show which formats are best suited for which purpose. I...

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The basics of digital asset management workflows

Digital Asset Management Workflows

The main task of marketing experts is supposed to be the creation of creative content. But often they lose a lot of time in their daily work with administrative tasks and coordination. Digital asset management software and established workflows help the creative and marketing teams to perform at their best. This article provides an overview of what...

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Cavok DAM enters the North American market

Otec Solutions is the first Cavok partner in Canada

Otec Solutions is the first Canadian cavok partner. The systems integrator specialized in Digital Asset Management Systems and related workflows includes cavok to his range of featured programs. "Cavok is a good on-premise solution which fits well with our practice. It has a good API for customizing, has a good Adobe integration and has all you loo...

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Canto Cumulus Integrator becomes new Cavok Partner

Canto Cumulus Integrator becomes new Cavok partner

The Austrian digital asset management expert and long-time Canto Cumulus integrator Andreas Schmuck aka Schmucki has become a new Cavok partner. In particular, the fact that Cavok will be offered as an on-premise solution also in the future was decisive. "What convinces me about Cavok is the monitoring of the file system. It's a very elegant soluti...

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Cavok DAM not affected by log4j vulnerability

Cavok not affected by log4j vulnerability

The German Federal Office for Information Security (BSI) warns about a vulnerability in the Java framework log4j. Many news media have already reported about it. This vulnerability is considered to be enormously dangerous. Firstly because log4j is virtually a standard and thus extremely widespread, and secondly because the attacks carried out via t...

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