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Content Management

Buyers' Guide

Posted February 08, 2010

Attensity forms new group Posted February 01, 2010

H5 introduces the EDGE Posted February 01, 2010

Posted February 01, 2010

MuseGlobal and Capgemini partner Posted January 27, 2010

OnBase for Meditech Posted January 27, 2010

Latest addition to Open Text lineup Posted January 20, 2010

Extends government sevices, capabilities Posted January 20, 2010

Enhanced functionality and ease of use Posted January 20, 2010

5280 Solutions adds to its product line Posted January 06, 2010

Built on dtSearch APIs Posted January 06, 2010

WCM) is dead. Controversial? Well, let's qualify that statement a little... Posted January 01, 2010

Improves customer experience and employee productivity Posted December 28, 2009

Open Text expands solutions for Oracle Posted December 21, 2009

TEMIS announces new content collection module Posted December 21, 2009

Platformic introduces complete, integrated platform Posted December 21, 2009

Nstein introduces 3S Posted December 15, 2009

Posted December 07, 2009

SDL Tridion enhances online interaction Posted December 02, 2009

Facilitates early case assessment Posted November 23, 2009

SDL XySoft releases new version of Contenta Posted November 23, 2009

Just Systems unifies authoring Posted November 16, 2009

Caspio releases V. 6.5 Posted November 16, 2009

SpringCM leaps forward Posted November 16, 2009

MultiCorpora tops 7,000 languages Posted November 09, 2009

Posted November 04, 2009

To power search for social software platform Posted October 28, 2009

Developed by the ADWEB Agency... Posted October 28, 2009

CMS Watch research with users suggests that selecting the right tool isn't sufficient alone for long-term success, but it is necessary... Posted October 28, 2009

A relatively recent innovation in Web best practices is "integrated analytics"—complete, native integration of your analytics package with your content management system (CMS) and other Web applications. Why would you want this? By integrating analytics with a CMS, content can be updated dynamically to optimize performance levels based on accurate reporting of actual user behavior and actions tracked by the analytics package. Seamless integration between analytics reports and the CMS enable performance-enhancing content delivery to Web pages in real time... Posted October 27, 2009

The current economy presents a tough environment for technology investment, but delaying the purchase of a Web content management system (WCMS) can cost businesses in the long run. The overall financial benefits of effective WCM outweigh the time and expense of designing and installing in-house software. These benefits can be largely attributed to cost savings derived from the reuse of both content and design elements across a website. With a carefully selected WCMS you can easily separate content... Posted October 27, 2009

Analyst findings on the future of Web content management (WCM) solutions are increasingly positive. The expected growth in this market is largely due to the concept of consumer engagement, which is driving corporations to reexamine their Web presence and its influence in the marketplace. As they review their Web strategies and focus on Web experience management (WEM), many corporations have identified implementing WCM solutions as a strategic priority that can have benefits both from an IT... Posted October 27, 2009

Let's begin with the notion that everyone is a publisher. Everyone with a public-facing website, regardless of industry, is a publisher, and their core goals are the same: Strengthening brand; Increasing findability/visibility; and Improving the customer experience. Ultimately, one needs to connect audiences with the content they're looking for. This is easier said than done, as Web audiences have a near infinitude of content options to choose from, and endless routes to get there. The key... Posted October 27, 2009

I can't remember the first website I ever saw. But I bet if you saw it today, it would be hilarious. I don't need to tell you that comparing today's Web* to that of eight years ago is like talking about pre-Cambrian turbellarian worm fossils (don't bother looking; there aren't any). But did you ever wonder how the Web became so advanced, so quickly? I did. So I called up Larry Bowden. Larry's the vice president of the "portals and mashups" (really, no kidding) division of IBM. He's a big-deal guy, an old acquaintance, and he took time out of his busy schedule to school me about Web content management (WCM)... Posted October 27, 2009

Since the dawn of the World Wide Web in the early ‘90s, organizations large and small have both benefited and been challenged by Web technology. A great deal has been written about various types of Websites, from on-line "brochure-ware" to robust e-commerce platforms, along with the difficulties encountered when evolving from one type to the next. In the early days of the Web, such evolution often required the development of net-new software technologies such as "shopping carts," version control systems... Posted October 27, 2009

Bridgeline Software introduces V. 2.8 Posted October 21, 2009

SpringCM debuts 2010 connector Posted October 21, 2009

Brings text mining to Endeca's IAP Posted October 21, 2009

LiveCycle Enterprise Suite 2 Posted October 14, 2009

Low-cost deployment of Web sites, intranets and portals Posted October 14, 2009

Inquira's iConnect for Siebel Contact Center Posted October 14, 2009

Clarabridge identifies customer sentiment Posted October 07, 2009

NewsGator releases Social Sites 3.0 Posted September 30, 2009

Posted September 30, 2009

The Obama administration's huge funding effort to create a nationwide network of interoperable electronic health records (EHRs) has been called the biggest thing that's ever happened in health information technology... Posted September 29, 2009
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