Cyn.in

MAM System Details

This is just one of over seventy Media Asset Management (MAM) systems covered in the Media Asset Management Guide. Also see descriptions of the workflows.

MAM Organization: 
Workflows Served: 
Business and Marketing
Content Managed: 
Images
Video
Audio
Documents
Service Method: 
Run Locally
Cloud-Based
Distribution Model: 
Open Source with Commercial Support Subscription
Free and Open Source
Notes: 

"Cyn.in is a collaboration software that inter-connects your people with each other and their collective knowledge, seamlessly. Cyn.in helps teams to communicate faster and build collaborative knowledge by sharing and discussing various forms of digital content within a secure, unified application. It combines the capabilities of collaboration tools like wikis, social networks, blogs, file sharing repositories, micro blogs, discussion boards and other communication applications into one secure enterprise platform.

Cyn.in is designed to be used by businesses and institutions of all sizes. Cyn.in is an open source application and is available as free and commercially supported software as well as a hosted and managed on demand service."

"Cyn.in provides for a Youtube like video sharing application that lets teams publish videos within spaces, and watch them directly in the web browser. This opening up newer avenues for effective communication, training and knowledge sharing using rich multimedia. Media from the Video Library can be also easily embedded into Wiki pages, Blog posts or Events."

"Audio libraries within Cyn.in enables teams to share audio content such as meeting recordings, training lectures, and other audio assets. MP3 audio files can be directly played from within the Cyn.in web browser or desktop interfaces making Cyn.in the most painless tool for simple audio broadcast and consumption. Cyn.in supports advanced podcasting, enabling users to create custom channels of audio feeds that can be automatically transferred to audio devices like the iPod and modern phones for offline listening."

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