Cloud-Based Digital Asset Management

Empower your teams with the most flexible and cost-effective cloud-hosted DAM solution on the market.


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PR Newswire
Anne Arundel Medical Center
Alfred Music

Everything You Need 
to Help Your Creative Teams Succeed

Dedicated Hosting

Dedicated nodes equipped with 8GB of RAM, 4 CPUs, and RAID5 technology.

Affordable Disk Space

Disk space can be incremented per your company's needs for just $50/terabyte.

Full Disk Redundancy

Full RAID disk redundancy gives you ultimate performance and fault tolerance.

SSD Caching

Solid State Drive (SSD) or "flash" caching means you can access your assets quickly when you need them.

Redundant Backup Server

Continuous data replication across multiple data centers around the world and real-time backup synchronization ensure that your files are always safe and accessible from anywhere in the world.

Full Weekly Snapshots

Full backups of all your data, media, and configurations are created every week.

Daily Snapshots

Incremental backups are automatically created every day.

File Synchronization

Automatic file syncing with Google Drive and Dropbox is enabled.

Built-in Extensions for WebDevelopers

Feed content directly to WordPress, Joomla, Drupal, and social networking sites including YouTube.

UI theme customization

The eMedia Library DAM application can be fully customized to match your branding style.

Smooth Integration

Access to APIs and plugins to integrate with CMSs, PIM systems, productivity tools, and more.

Service Level Agreement (SLA)

Continuous, high-caliber, personalized tech support to request new features, training, code changes, meetings, etc.

Personalized Training

We provide professional training for administrators and developers in the setup phase and beyond.

High-Availability Hybrid Hosting

We support local installations with cloud-based backup (hybrid hosting) and provide 5 levels of backup and live failover.

eMedia Library DB distributes media for all our news sites worldwide and in seven languages.

—Robert Neshovski

Chief Digital Services Unit, United Nations