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August 8, 2010

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You probably see a variety of overlapping terms to describe the management of content.  One example is "assets" -- aren't all content items assets of one kind or another?
Source: CMS Watch

August 3, 2010

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If you were to trust in the marketing swill that comes out of the vendor and analyst community these days, you would believe that large organizations are not just embracing ERM (Electronic Records Management) but that they are positively hugging and kissing it too
Source: CMS Watch

August 1, 2010

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Do you run or plan a site with hundreds or thousands of subsites? If so, you have many unique issues to deal with, including complex permissions, templating, taxonomy, and UI requirements
Source: CMS Watch
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As a digital asset management analyst, one of the most common questions I get is, "Why doesn't Adobe have its own DAM?"
Source: CMS Watch

July 28, 2010

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This month we updated evaluations for four Web CMS vendors: SaaS players Clickability and OmniUpdate, as well as Drupal and GOSS
Source: CMS Watch

July 27, 2010

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Adobe Systems today announced their intent to acquire Day Software. We've seen Adobe featuring in many Content Management RFPs and although they had some of the necessary pieces including Adobe Contribute and LiveCycle, they were never taken seriously as a Content Management player. An OEM deal with Alfresco a few years back though well intentioned didn't help much but this announcement will surely change the situation dramatically.
Source: CMS Watch
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Adobe Systems today announced their intent to acquire Day Software. We've seen Adobe featuring in many Content Management RFPs and although they had some of the necessary pieces including Adobe Contribute and LiveCycle, they were never taken seriously as a Content Management player. An OEM deal with Alfresco a few years back though well intentioned didn't help much but this announcement will surely change the situation dramatically.
Source: CMS Watch

July 21, 2010

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With SharePoint 2010, Microsoft has strongly promoted the platform's upgraded content management capabilities. Now that the hype is died down, and there are production implementations in the field, it's possible to take a harder look
Source: CMS Watch

July 19, 2010

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Today we are releasing a fairly substantial update to our ECM evaluation research. Over the past few months we have been looking in detail into product changes across some of the larger and better known ECM suite vendors
Source: CMS Watch

July 18, 2010

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JackBe, one of the Mashup vendors we cover in our Portals and Content Integration Research, announced version 3.0 of their Mashup product Presto. The new version features enhancements
Source: CMS Watch
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I started working the Web Analytics Report for The Real Story Group (formerly CMS Watch) three years ago. It took me six months to complete the first edition, working pretty much full time. This was a new endeavor; the only other coverage of the web analytics space was done by
Source: CMS Watch

July 14, 2010

21:00
If you're running a SAP NetWeaver Portal -- presumably since you've bought into SAPs infrastructure -- you may have discovered it's not the most ideal of platforms to actually publish content on
Source: CMS Watch

July 12, 2010

21:00
Yesterday morning I was reading through Oracle's recently updated price list (yes my Monday mornings really are that exciting). I was thinking that I have long valued the fact that I can access simple, clear and open prices from major vendors like Oracle, Microsoft and IBM. I might occasionally gasp at the prices listed
Source: CMS Watch

July 11, 2010

21:00
Many of our enterprise research customers are reporting an interesting trend: fewer responses to their RFPs (a.k.a., "tenders"). Even vendors they had at the top of their lists may decline to bid. This puzzles them
Source: CMS Watch

July 8, 2010

21:00
There is an outcry in the UK at the moment over the cost of building and maintaining Government websites. The figures released by the government relating to individual department website costs
Source: CMS Watch

July 7, 2010

21:00
I'll agree with mega-vendor Autonomy on one key point: Search technology is really important. But is it so important that search functionality should dominate your choice in a content management system?
Source: CMS Watch

July 6, 2010

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While perhaps not the use case that Microsoft envisioned, it's a definite possibility: firms continuing to run their SharePoint 2007 applications and upgrading their desktops to Office 2010
Source: CMS Watch
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I sometimes warn that a vendor's content management system is well suited to "simple" scenarios, but not necessarily a good fit for "more complex" cases. That's a bit problematic:
Source: CMS Watch

July 5, 2010

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After a long spending spree -- pretty much on anything XML -- SDL has now acquired small Dutch vendor Xopus
Source: CMS Watch

July 1, 2010

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Well, it was to be expected: after a long wait, WordPress 3.0 got released just when I was on a short holiday. (WordPress admins shouldn't be allowed to take holidays for that exact reason.)
Source: CMS Watch