Are you concerned that gallery owners are under-valuing their digital assets? It’s a good point. One of the hallmarks of a productive computer environment is knowing how to dependably access your data. The primary building block is centralization. You can work from this building block to responsibly tackle your backup and disaster recovery plans. Cyber City has had a challenging time communicating these potential dangers without sounding like we’re employing scare tactics. We’re against that approach, but I know from working back in ’96, the way small businesses are using their computers has changed significantly. We didn’t trust the systems the way we do now. Now most of our work is happening exclusively in the digital world. It is so critical that we control our data and information, and if something happens to it, we know how to get it back. Bottom line, what’s your goal in managing technology for creative businesses? We want to work with a company’s data and staff so they feel liberated by the technology, and at the same time owners, managers, and directors feel empowered to manage effectively. That’s our ultimate goal. View more at www.cybercityinc.com
The Art World and the World Wide Web. Essays, Interviews and Case Studies.