News & Commentary
Content tagged with Social posted in February 2008
Vignette Gears Up For A Better Web Experience
Commentary  |  2/27/2008  | 
I caught up with Vignette as details were emerging about its updated Web content management tools. This week, we learned a little more about the Web Experience Platform, the company's new and improved approach at managing your content.
Telligent Wants A Piece Of The Content Management Market
Commentary  |  2/22/2008  | 
Rob Howard, CEO of Telligent, pulls no punches when he talks about his company's aspirations in the content management space. And the way Telligent markets its new CMS offering is just as brazen.
Vignette, OpenText Retool For Enterprise 2.0
Commentary  |  2/21/2008  | 
For those of you who think Web 2.0 is a fad, you might want to take a look at what's on tap for some of content management's household names.
Do You Hate Your Content Management System?
Commentary  |  2/20/2008  | 
Even though most of us agree that content management systems are critical to serving our markets, there's just as many of us that would rejoice if we never had to touch a piece of CMS code again.
Salesforce.com's Content Moves Are More Than A Web 2.0 Facelift
Commentary  |  2/13/2008  | 
I've been waiting to see what Salesforce.com will do with Koral after last year's acquisition. When I first tested Koral in late 2006, I remember thinking it was onto something, I just didn't see the Salesforce.com train rolling into the station.
Alfresco Survey Provides Data On Enterprise Open Source Usage
Commentary  |  2/12/2008  | 
Open source ECM provider Alfresco is publicizing the release of its second global survey of open source use in the enterprise.
When Will The Era Of Push-Button Publishing Arrive?
Commentary  |  2/7/2008  | 
It seems like I've been on a quest to find easy ways to publish content to the Web since the middle part of the '90s. The toolsets I've used and the battles I've fought would make a hell of a scrapblog.
Clickability Clicks On All Cylinders
Commentary  |  2/6/2008  | 
Are these guys the Salesforce.com of Web content management? To help you decide, I caught up with Clickability's CEO John Girard and Robert Carroll, its newly appointed head of marketing, to hear how it plans to reshape the Web content management landscape.
SaaS Trendwatching With Clickability
Commentary  |  2/4/2008  | 
It seems like everything has the "as-a-service" connotation these days. Software-as-a-service, infrastructure-as-a-service, even innovation-as-a-service. Actually, the newest one I saw come out of Demo 08 was insight-as-a-service, brought to you by the friendly folks at Silobreaker.


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