If you've been reading FierceContentManagement for a while, you know there's been a spate of stories lately about publishers ditching their old CMS platforms for shiny, new custom made versions.
Dan Burger, Vice President and Executive Managing Editor of IT Jungle, says too many people view content management systems as a simply a way to scan and capture vast amounts of paper documents. "But if that's all you think it is, you are missing the big picture," he warned in a recent article.
Microsoft announc ed Tuesday it acquired text analysis software company E quivio for an undisclosed sum that some analysts estimate could be in the $200 million ra nge.
It's been an interesting year for content management.
Find out how The BBC Online spent the last three-and-a-half years changing their entire digital presence
HP announced this week the launch of a collection of tools to help companies collect, manage, store and search big data. The HP Intelligent Retention and Content Management solution is built around HP's Haven big data analytics platform. It comes bundled with three products--HP StoreAll, HP ControlPoint and HP Records Manager--to manipulate stored content.
Acknowledging the increasing need for enterprise-level video content management tools, Microsoft announced plans to roll video streaming service into Office 360.
Just when you thought you knew where all the budgetary landmines were buried, along comes a new warning about something that could throw your next CMS implementation or migration project off budget: integration issues.
A look at the evolution of the Washington Post's CMS.
There are plenty of free (as in beer), open source content management systems on the market so there's no reason to spend cold, hard cash on a proprietary CMS, right? That's WiredTree tech writer Rachel Gillevet's stance and, while it sounds good in theory, is it really the best advice?