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In diesen kostenlosen Seminaren wird Extensis Ihnen zeigen, wie unsere seit Kurzem in neuen Versionen zur Verfügung stehenden Font und Digital Asset Management-Applikationen Ihnen und Ihrem Unternehmen Zeit und Geld sparen.

  • Sehen Sie Portfolio Server™ 11 und Universal Type Server® 4 in Aktion
  • Erfahren Sie, wie Sie Schluss machen können mit den „Fehlende Schrift“-Dialogboxen
  • Entdecken Sie, wie Sie der fortwährenden Suche nach vermissten Assets ein Ende bereiten können
  • Diskutieren Sie neue Produktentwicklungen und Updates mit dem Team von Extensis

Dienstag, 1. April 2014

München
Concentra GmbH & Co KG
Konrad-Zuse-Platz 1
81829 München

9-9:30: Registrierung
9:30: Universal Type Server 4 Demo und Q&A
10:30: Erfrischungen
11:00: Portfolio Server 11 Demo und Q&A
12:30: Ausklang

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Mittwoch, 2. April 2014

Zürich
Swissotel Zürich
Schulstrasse 44
8050 Zürich

14-14:30: Registrierung 14:30: Universal Type Server 4 Demo und Q&A
15:30: Erfrischungen
16:00: Portfolio Server 11 Demo und Q&A
17:30: Ausklang

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Donnerstag, 3. April 2014

Hamburg
East Hotel & Restaurant GmbH
Simon-von-Utrecht-Straße 31
20359 Hamburg

9-9:30: Registrierung
9:30: Universal Type Server 4 Demo und Q&A
10:30: Erfrischungen
11:00: Portfolio Server 11 Demo und Q&A
12:30: Ausklang

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Come and see us on Stand F8 at Technology for Marketing & Advertising, the UK’s only integrated marketing event. It is taking place on 25-26th February 2014 at Earls Court 2 in London and this will be Extensis’ fifth year in attending the event.

TFMA’s Seminar Programme has also now been announced, covering all areas of marketing and advertising and we are proud to announce that this year we will be presenting not one, but two sessions!

Jim Kidwell, Extensis’ Senior Product Marketing Manager is coming to the UK from the US especially to present these two seminars titled “Just my type: successful branding and typography” and “The future of DAM – up, up…away?”

On Tuesday, 25th February at 2pm in the Content Marketing & Web Optimisation Theatre, Jim will help you understand how web typography affects your website, and public perception of your brand.

On Wednesday, 26th February at 2pm in the Customer Insight & Data Analytics Theatre, he will reveal what exactly Digital Asset Management (DAM) is, what the cloud is and where it is headed in the future.

The sessions will explore the challenges of managing marketing assets and present proven workflow solutions.

Extensis will also be presenting their latest font and digital asset management solutions on stand F8, throughout the show.

Stop by to learn how to:

  • Manage fonts across multiple workgroups with ease and efficiency
  • Keep your organisation compliant with non-invasive, font license reporting
  • Centralise and archive images, audio, video and document files
  • Automate asset delivery and benefit from NetMediaMax
  • Use WebINK to improve your readers’ online experience as news and content coverage continues to ‘converge’ at speed.

Event Details:

  • 25-26 February 2014
  • Earls Court Exhibition Centre, Warwick Road, London SW5 9TA

For more information on TFMA 2014 or to register for free, visit http://www.t-f-m.co.uk/

We hope that you will join us.


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Join Extensis at one of several heritage and culture events across the globe, where we will share how some of the world’s most prestigious museums use DAM to not only manage their collection objects, but also how Portfolio Server 11 integrates with Collection Management Systems (CMS) using an open API to create an effective and comprehensive collection management solution.

The “Art of DAM” tour kicked off this week at the Museums Associations Annual Conference & Exhibition in Liverpool, UK where we hosted a workshop along with Tom Bilson of the Courtauld Institute of Art titled “Developing comprehensive collection management solutions.”

Tom Bilson Presenting at the Museums Association Conference in Liverpool

Tom Bilson Presenting at the Museums Association Conference in Liverpool

The rest of the tour dates are as follows:

November 14, 2013

London, UK

Association for Historical and Fine Art Photography Conference

 

November 20-23, 2013

Montreal, Canada

Museum Computer Network  

 

November 20-22, 2013

Cologne, Germany

Exponatec

 

November 27, 2013

London, UK

Digital Asset Management for Museums Conference

 

December 2-3, 2013

Rotterdam, The Netherlands

Digital Strategies in Heritage Conference

Where Shaun Osborn from the Fitzwilliam Museum at the University of Cambridge will be presenting alongside Extensis and Adlib on CMS and DAM integration

 

May 14-15, 2014

London, UK

Museums + Heritage Show

Extensis will be sponsoring the Collections Management Theatre and providing a workshop on linking DAM with CMS

 

May 18-21, 2014

Seattle, USA

American Alliance of Museums Annual Conference

 

We look forward to seeing you there!


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There’s “A Type and a Place” for everything!

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Come along to one of our FREE seminars in Australia and we will show you how the right typeface or the right document is just a few clicks away

At these free seminars, Extensis will demonstrate how our newly released Font and DAM software can help save you and your business time and money.

  • See in action Portfolio Server™ 11 and Universal Type Server® 4
  • Learn how to put an end to “Missing Font” dialogue boxes
  • Discover how chasing down missing assets can be a thing of the past
  • Discuss new product developments and updates with Extensis staff

Melbourne

Monday 11th November

9am-12.30pm
Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI)
Federation Square, Melbourne
Victoria, Australia
Directions to ACMI

Register!

Sydney

Tuesday 12th November

9am-12.30pm
The Mint
10 Macquarie St, Sydney, NSW 2000
Directions to The Mint

Register!

Hurry up and register as places are limited.

We look forward to seeing you there!


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Grâce à ce webcast, vous découvrirez que Suitcase Fusion™ 5 vous permet de contrôler parfaitement votre collection de polices.Suitcase Fusion 5 box shot

11 Septembre 2013 à 14h

S’inscrire à ce webcast

Parmi les nouvelles fonctionnalités présentées :

  • Adobe® Creative Cloud™ : nouveaux plug-ins d’auto-activation InDesign®, Illustrator® et Photoshop®.
  • Combinaisons de polices dans des prototypes avec les modèles intégrés QuickComp™.
  • Recherche de polices similaires plus rapide avec une version mise à jour de QuickMatch™.
  • Plus de 1 000 nouvelles polices Web, dont Adelle, Myriad, Museo…

À la fin de la présentation, vous pourrez poser vos questions à Jean-Michel LAURENT, responsable d’Extensis France, qui vous répondra en direct.


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In diesem Webcast erfahren Sie, wie Ihnen das neue Suitcase Fusion™ 5 die volle Kontrolle über Ihre Schriftenbibliothek gibt.Suitcase Fusion 5 box shot

10. September 11Uhr MESZ

Klicken Sie hier um diesen Webcast anzumelden

Sie sehen unter anderem die folgenden neuen Funktionen:

  • Adobe® Creative Cloud™ Komplett neue Plug-ins für die Auto-Aktivierung: InDesign®, Illustrator® und Photoshop®.
  • Schriftkombinationen testen mit den integrierten QuickComp™-Vorlagen.
  • Einander ähnliche Schriften finden − noch schneller mit der verbesserten QuickMatch™-Suche.
  • Über 1000 neue Web Fonts inklusive Adelle, Myriad, Museo…

Am Schluss der Präsentation steht Ihnen Davor Kantuser, Extensis Sales Engineer (Deutschland), live für Ihre Fragen zur Verfügung.


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Extensis was founded in 1993. 20 years ago. Cast your mind back to then. Maybe you just threw a blank tape in the VCR to record the new episode of the X-Files. Or, maybe you’re checking to see if you received any new notifications on your pager.

Think of 1993 and images of VCRs, Walkmans and Polaroids pop into your head. This picture from Reddit, titled “1993 vs. 2013” sums up the evolution of technology over the last twenty years

1993 vs 2003

Back then, if you wanted a touchscreen device with video recording, a music player, cell phone capabilities, watch, and the power of a laptop, you’d have to buy all of them separately. It was also seriously expensive because very few people owned a computer or even a mobile phone. If you wanted information, you’d have to look it up in a book as the internet was still in its infancy.

Besides bringing back memories of home videos and AA batteries, the picture reveals how technology has simplified our lives by condensing the use of eight devices into a single device: the smartphone. From cameras and music to emails and phone calls, the power of the top technology in 1993 can now easily fit in your back pocket.

Let’s take a look at some of the technological breakthroughs which took place in 1993 when Extensis was launching:

  • Intel introduced the Pentium Processor. The Pentium was the fifth generation of the ‘x86’ line of microprocessors from Intel, the basis for the IBM PC and others. The Pentium introduced several advances that made programs run faster i.e. the ability to execute several instructions at the same time and support for both graphics and music.
  • Microsoft released Windows NT 3.1
  • “Doom” is released by id Software in late 1993. An immersive first-person shooter-style game, Doom became popular on many different platforms before losing popularity to games like Halo and Counter-Strike. Doom players were also among the first to customise the game’s levels and appearance. Doom would spawn several sequels and a 2005 film.
  • The World Wide Web was born at CERN
  • The Debian GNU/Linux distribution is founded by Ian Murdock.
  • The Mosaic web browser is released. Mosaic was the first commercial software that allowed graphical access to content on the internet. Designed by Eric Bina and Marc Andreessen at the University of Illinois’s National Center for Supercomputer Applications, Mosaic was originally designed for a Unix system running X-windows. By 1994, Mosaic was available for several other operating systems such as the Mac OS, Windows and AmigaOS.

Since then we’ve come forward in leaps and bounds. Who knows what the next 20 years will bring?
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Do you know what an Application Programming Interface (API) is? If the answer is “no”, you’re not alone.

What is an API?

The Portfolio Application Programming Interface (API) enables integration between Portfolio Server and other business systems to share information and eradicate unnecessary duplication of work and management of redundant information.

What can an API can do for you?

The API allows you to utilise Portfolio assets, such as images, PDFs, marketing materials and metadata, as well as other Portfolio Server features like galleries and search with Content Management, Collection Management, and other business systems. By combining Digital Asset Management (DAM) with these other systems, organisations can provide an efficient and comprehensive collection information solution.

300x120-PS11-ProductThe Courtauld Institute of Art in London turned to Portfolio Server for archiving the 3 million images its collection, using the product’s metadata import functions so that each asset can be easily found and shared across departments.

They also leveraged Portfolio Server’s API, enabling integration with their collection management system, zetcom’s MuseumPlus. This allows individuals throughout the organization to access items from MuseumPlus collection via Portfolio Server.

Portfolio Server’s ability to connect to MuseumPlus was a great advantage in accessing not just the original digital files, but also to create on-demand copies in multiple resolutions and sizes through Portfolio Server’s media processing functions. By using DAM along with its existing collection management system, The Courtauld Institute is improving efficiency and ensuring the preservation of its priceless collection.

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In case you missed it, we have posted a recording of the Webcast we hosted with the Courtauld Institute of Art and zetcom where you can learn how the Institute uses Digital Asset Management (DAM) combined with their Collections Management System (CMS) to catalogue 3,000,000 images.

Edouard Manet, A Bar at the Folies-Bergère, 1882  © The Samuel Courtauld Trust, The Courtauld Gallery, London

Edouard Manet, A Bar at the Folies-Bergère, 1882 © The Samuel Courtauld Trust, The Courtauld Gallery, London

Listen to Tom Bilson, Head of Digital Media and Geoffrey Lowsley, CMS Officer at the Courtauld Institute of Art discuss:

The challenge of sourcing a suitable DAM system to:

  • Catalogue their 3,000,000 images
  • Link in with their CMS, zetcom’s MuseumPlus
  • Linking object metadata in their CMS with Extensis digital asset management system Portfolio Server 11
  • How they implemented and managed DAM
  • How  DAM combined with CMS saves time, avoids unnecessary duplication, and enables easy self-service access to files

Norbert Kanter of zetcom and Richard Bamford of Extensis also discuss how CMS and DAM can benefit your heritage organisation.

Watch the “Learn how the Courtauld Institute of Art uses DAM and CMS to preserve Digital Objects” webcast recording

Aufzeichnung des Webcasts: Erfahren Sie, wie das Courtauld Institute of Art DAM und CMS nutzt, um digitale Objekte zu bewahren.

Eine Aufzeichnung dieses Webcasts steht nun zur Verfügung

Torsten Köbel von Extensis erläutert, wie das Courtauld Institute of Art Digital Asset Management (DAM) kombiniert mit seinem Collections Management System (CMS) nutzt, um 3.000.000 Bilder zu katalogisieren.

Torsten Köbel wird erläutern:

  • Welche Herausforderung es für das Institut war, ein passendes DAM-System zu finden für:
  • die Katalogisierung seiner 3.000.000 Bilder
  • die Verbindung mit seinem CMS MuseumPlus von zetcom
  • Wie das Institut die Metadaten der Objekte in seinem CMS mit dem Digital Asset Management-System Portfolio 11 von Extensis verlinkt hat.
  • Wie das Institut DAM implementiert hat und fortlaufend pflegt.
  • Wie DAM mit CMS kombiniert Zeit spart, unnötige Doppelungen vermeidet und den Nutzern der Dateien den selbständigen Zugriff ermöglicht.

Norbert Kanter von zetcom und Torsten Köbel werden dann erklären, wie auch Ihre Organisation von CMS und DAM profitieren kann.

Webcast ansehen

 


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Torsten Köbel von Extensis wird erläutern, wie das Courtauld Institute of Art Digital Asset Management (DAM) mit seinem Collections Management System (CMS) kombiniert, um ein umfassendes und effizientes Informationssystem über seine Sammlung aufzusetzen.

Edouard Manet, A Bar at the Folies-Bergère, 1882  © The Samuel Courtauld Trust, The Courtauld Gallery, London

Edouard Manet, A Bar at the Folies-Bergère, 1882 © The Samuel Courtauld Trust, The Courtauld Gallery, London

Torsten Köbel wird erläutern:

Welche Herausforderung es für das Institut war, ein passendes DAM-System zu finden für:

  • die Katalogisierung seiner 3.000.000 Bilder
  • die Verbindung mit seinem CMS MuseumPlus von zetcom
  • Wie das Institut die Metadaten der Objekte in seinem CMS mit dem Digital Asset Management-System Portfolio 11 von Extensis verlinkt hat.
  • Wie das Institut DAM implementiert hat und fortlaufend pflegt.
  • Wie DAM mit CMS kombiniert Zeit spart, unnötige Doppelungen vermeidet und den Nutzern der Dateien den selbständigen Zugriff ermöglicht.

Norbert Kanter von zetcom und Torsten Köbel werden dann erklären, wie auch Ihre Organisation von CMS und DAM profitieren kann.

Am Schluß der Präsentation stehen Norbert Kanter und Torsten Köbel für Ihre Fragen zur Verfügung.

Dienstag, 16. Juli 2013
Beginn: 14:00

Dauer: 1 Stunde

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(Wenn Sie trotz Anmeldung nicht teilnehmen können, senden wir Ihnen einen Link zu einer Aufzeichnung des Webcasts.)

 


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