Loc: Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
I work at a publishing firm that employs around 25 photographers that feed 14 publications with photos. The followed method in providing publications with photos is very reactive, as the photographers wait for a request for photos and then they transfer the photos over the LAN/WAN to the publication.<br><br>There was a project in the IT department that would solve that issue for us, but it's been on constant delays.. <br><br>I'm now searching for an image server that we can run internally on our intranet and have the publications access the terabytes of photos with a web browser.. Can anybody recommend any solution?<br><br>Mac OS X is preferred, but is not mandatory..<br>Many thanks..<br><br>[color:blue]flick</font color=blue>[color:red]r</font color=red>
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