Are you receiving the most up-to-date KM news? Subscribe to one or more of our newsletters to make sure you are!

Content Management

Buyers' Guide

Announces Version 6.5 of ECM suite Posted July 30, 2008

Acquires Discovery Mining Posted July 30, 2008

Combine RSuite and Temis Posted July 30, 2008

Upgraded LiveCycle Enterprise Suite Posted July 21, 2008

Support for SQL Server, Red Hat Linux Posted July 21, 2008

Acquisition boosts client growth Posted July 21, 2008

What first comes to mind when you think of simplicity in technology? Apple IPod, Google Search, etc. In technology, simplicity equals success. Compare these simple but powerful technologies with how your company stores and manages documents and emails. Historically, documents have been stored (duplicated) in multiple workstations and servers—creating redundancy, duplicity and confusion. In this technical maze of content, document management came to the rescue by defining a master copy of a document, centrally stored and managed.
However, in today's document management there has been further complexity and confusion added as more and more...
Posted July 10, 2008

The alignment of business needs with innovative development and delivery technologies has fostered a bonanza of software as a service (SaaS) offerings. Specialized SaaS solution vendors provide applications that deliver real benefits—low startup time, a short end-user learning curve, manageable ongoing costs, configuration and re-configuration flexibility and continuous innovation and support.SaaS is popular because it can be deployed quickly, which usually means faster ROI—the holy grail for IT departments and line-of-business managers.
But SaaS applications are not perfect. They sometimes go down, no matter how bulletproof the data center that hosts them...
Posted July 10, 2008

Wikipedia defines "software as a service" (SaaS) as follows: "A software application delivery model where a software vendor develops a Web-native software application and hosts and operates (either independently or through a third-party) the application for use by its customers over the Internet." Two factors are driving the movement to SaaS. One is the significant technical improvements over the last decade. Computer hardware costs like CPUs, storage and network bandwidth have dropped significantly. In the last two years, memory prices have fallen by almost 75% and CPU prices have fallen by 50%, while capabilities like processing speed and capacity have increased significantly.
The second factor is that certain software applications are becoming standardized...
Posted July 10, 2008

Dan Carmel is an enthusiastic guy. White-tent evangelist enthusiastic. We were talking—mainly HE was talking!—the other day about the latest emerging trend in, well, just about everything that a business does on a daily basis.
OK; that's a little overblown, I suppose. We were actually talking about "software as a service," or SaaS as they insist on acronyming it. (I want someone to explain that upper case/lower case thing to me someday.)
Dan is CEO of SpringCM. SpringCM could best be described as a content and document management software vendor, I guess. But there's a lot of those. Dan's company has a twist. A big twist. It specializes in delivering its customer applications over the Internet in a hosted environment...
Posted July 10, 2008

Open Text introduces new solution Posted July 02, 2008

Clarabridge upgrades platform Posted July 02, 2008

Follows 15-year partnership Posted June 23, 2008

Enhances LiveCycle suite Posted June 18, 2008

Inmagic introduces new product Posted June 18, 2008

FatWire announces platform Posted June 18, 2008

NewsGator enhances Social Sites Posted June 16, 2008

End-to-end XML content management Posted June 16, 2008

Endeca and FTI Consulting partner Posted June 11, 2008

Attensity unveils Market Voice Posted June 09, 2008

Highlights Flash support Posted June 09, 2008

The Web content management (WCM) technology marketplace in 2008 is as dynamic as ever—and as fragmented as ever. In fact, fragmentation has remained this market's most defining characteristic for the past decade. Scores of experienced, viable WCM vendors around the world have passed their 10th birthdays, and hundreds of other newer, often regional, players nip at their heels. This state of affairs will persist for the foreseeable future. Posted May 30, 2008

XyEnterprise introduces Contenta DITA Posted May 28, 2008

ESS unveils global solutions Posted May 28, 2008

Posted May 28, 2008

Vignette releases three new products Posted May 20, 2008

Nuance to buy eScription Posted May 20, 2008

New version of XyEnterprise Contenta S1000D Posted May 14, 2008

Alfresco tackles Web 2.0 Posted May 14, 2008

Posted May 14, 2008

Access Innovations releases Data Harmony 3.4 Posted May 12, 2008

Howdoya launches industry first Posted May 12, 2008

For the portal marketplace, 2007 was a remarkable year. Much happened with the large infrastructure vendors, including massive, virus-like adoption of Microsoft SharePoint and product innovation from IBM, with hyped integration with Google Gadgets. Posted May 01, 2008

Interwoven bulks up TeamSite Posted April 29, 2008

More 2.0 from Percussion Posted April 28, 2008

Trampoline announces Sonar Dashboard Posted April 23, 2008

Posted April 23, 2008

Posted April 22, 2008

Posted April 16, 2008

BEA leaps forward Posted April 07, 2008

Boosts e-discovery, compliance capabilities Posted April 07, 2008

Conceptual Search and Text Analytics 3.2 Posted April 07, 2008

"Dynamic and engaging." "Effective and friendly." Paige Mantel, vice president of product marketing at Interwoven, is describing the best of today's e-commerce Web experiences. But she could be describing herself. Paige is charming and knowledgeable, and has a clear historical perspective on the growth and current domination of Web-based customer service through her history with one of the early leaders in Web content management, Interwoven... Posted April 01, 2008

Posted April 01, 2008

Organizations are counting on e-learning solutions to facilitate in-house training, to stay abreast of security issues, and to locate and consolidate knowledge. Posted April 01, 2008

The gaping hole in security schemes for enterprise content management (ECM) systems is that few, protections exist once the information is legitimately accessed. That confidential information, which might include price lists, legal documents, patented designs, blueprints and reports, can often be printed, e-mailed or faxed to unauthorized parties without any security attached. Posted April 01, 2008

Search KMWorld