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It's always about the content

I had the distinct pleasure of being a judge at the first annual Deloitte National MBA Case Competition this past weekend. It didn't hurt that it was in Miami in January, or that Deloitte footed the

Drupal 7 released with native semantic technology

The Drupal community announced today the release of Drupal 7, the latest version of the popular open source web content management system. Among the enhancements is a very intriguing native support

Iomega teams up with Boxee on streaming solutions

Iomega announced two new boxes that provide a way to store your own content and access streaming content from the Internet. As streaming content increasingly morphs from the Internet to your

Alfresco ships language packs

While you were celebrating the holidays, Alfresco shipped some new user interface language packs aimed at Alfresco user's most popular non-English languages. The new languages include: French,

Yes, people will pay for digital content

A Pew Internet and American Life survey conducted last fall found that 65 percent of those surveyed had paid to access or download digital content. Even though content was broadly defined to include

Squarespace integrates native geo-location data

Squarespace, web content management service, announced this week it was incorporating geo-location data directly into the platform. They claim they are the first service to achieve such native

Mashery launches API analytics tool

This week Mashery launched an analytics tool to help measure the effectiveness of APIs. I wrote an Editor's Corner in October about the growing role of APIs in moving content, especially on phone

Hyland releases OnBase 10 with improved case management

Hyland Software has been around a long time. If you need proof, look no further than the release of version 10.0 of their content management product this week. As with many vendors this year, Hyland

Stepping outside the content management echo chamber

While attending the Gilbane Conference in Boston last week, I learned an important lesson: Some companies are not as far along as those of us deeply immersed in content management might think. In

Magnolia 4.4 focuses on authors

Magnolia, the open source web content management system, released version 4.4 this week with new tools to help web authors create and collaborate more easily. Among the features in the most recent