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Headless DAM refers to a Digital Asset Management system that separates the backend storage, organization, and retrieval of digital assets from the frontend user interface. Unlike traditional DAM systems, a headless DAM doesn’t come with a predefined presentation layer, allowing for greater flexibility and integration with various platforms and channels.
Traditional DAM systems come with a built-in user interface, limiting adaptability. In contrast, headless DAM separates the backend functionality from the frontend, offering more flexibility in content delivery.
Yes, headless DAM systems are scalable and can be tailored to suit the needs of small businesses. They provide the advantage of growing with the organization as its digital asset management requirements evolve.
Security concerns are addressed at the backend level, similar to traditional DAM systems. Proper access controls, encryption, and regular security audits are essential for maintaining the integrity and confidentiality of digital assets.