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June 1, 2010

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This week we updated a slew of Web Content Management vendor evaluations. Over the past two quarters we've touched every vendor review in one way or another, so this latest update officially represents

May 31, 2010

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Microsoft has created much broader management capabilities and better integration services. SharePoint now carries many more enterprise features, like business intelligence reporting and managed metadata. The resulting package is an increasingly complex platform that may have become that very complicated tool it originally displaced

May 30, 2010

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Virtually every customer of ours manages multiple document repositories. The document volumes stored in these repositories can get enormous; even smaller organizations can produce millions of documents, while the largest run to billions

May 27, 2010

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There's always a high energy level at the semi-annual Enterprise 2.0 Conference, and I expect this June's Boston event will be no exception. Please consider joining me there

May 26, 2010

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Every time the last Thursday of the month rolls around, I'm reminded of the fun and interesting crowd that gathers at the Hoxton Hotel in London for the Last Thursday CMS social events

May 24, 2010

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Today I'm excited to announce the release of a major update to our Digital Asset Management evaluation research stream

May 23, 2010

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The world of document management is not one that most people associate with fun, laughter and good times. It has been described (by me on occasion) as about as exciting as watching paint dry

May 19, 2010

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My colleague Adriaan Bloem has produced a short briefing answering two important questions that have emerged around Drupal Gardens
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Within a week of the official SharePoint 2010 launch announcement, the platform's broad ecosystem was buzzing with parallel announcements about integrations, add-ons, and support options. Contrast this with

May 18, 2010

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We have been updating our evaluation of Open Text for ECM this week, and I was musing with my colleague Apoorv that although Open Text is one of the largest ECM vendors in the market
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More than two years after it's last major version was released, the Web CMS project Joomla! has announced the beta version of its next major release (1.6). For an open source project, that's a lot of time between two versions.