Enterprise Photo Management Software

Posted on 2011-10-13
Last Modified: 2012-06-27
We are a SMB Construction company and I am looking to find a solution to manage all of our construction/job site photo's.  We currently have our superintendents out in the field just store them on their local hard drives and then upload them to our Main File server when they get a chance.  The problem with this is that they rarely get uploaded and now all our Photo's are scattered on local hard drives.

I would like to find a hosted solution that will store all of our photo's and allow us to search if need be. Can anyone recommend a solution that will meet these needs?

Question by:jmarti80
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    We went through something similar a few years ago in a non-profit that I used to consult for.  They had about 100 people who needed to be able to submit photos relating to projects in their area.  Then a wide variety of people needed to be able to have view-only access to the photos.

    Our webhost at that time offered a couple of different free photo gallery products.  One was Coppermine, and the other was Gallery.  So one option is to check what is available with your webhost company.

    Another option is to have a look at sites like flickr which not only offer their free accounts, but they also offer professional accounts.  E.g,.

    If you are looking for someone to help identify the right product/solution for your team, give me a shout.  

    Hope this helps

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