Content Management

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Box.net gets more social with latest upgrade

Box.net, the online storage and collaboration platform made some moves this week that will push it further toward its goal of becoming a full-service, cloud-based content management vendor. The

Nuxeo previews new application marketplace and admin console

Last week in a blog post by CEO Eric Barroca, Nuxeo announced they were previewing two new features: An applications marketplace for Nuxeo plug-ins and applications that run on the Nuxeo platform

DotNetNuke introduces new Enterprise version

DotNetNuke, the open source web content management solution built on Microsoft's (NASDAQ: MSFT).NET platform, introduced a new enterprise version this week. The biggest edition to the Enterprise

Nielsen: Email use drops 28 percent in one year

In a surprising twist, recent data released by Nielsen finds that email use as a percentage of time spent on the web, dropped by 28 percent between June 2009 and June 2010. What replaced all of this

IBM scoops up Datacap

IBM (NYSE: IBM) announced today that it purchased Datacap, a small document management company located in Tarrytown, NY, not far from IBM headquarters in Armonk. The Datacap website has already been

SDL launches new predictive technology tool

Last week SDL launched SDL Global Authoring Management SystemTM 2010, which features new AutoSuggest technology. AutoSuggest works like automatic suggestion systems in email, search and browsers; but

Managing bad or embarrassing content is tricky

I was on vacation for the past several weeks and it feels good to be back in the swing of things. While I was gone I came across this New York Times article on the issues related to the long tail of

Ford, Byrne on whether content management will eliminate the need for editors

Last week, an opinion piece on content management enjoyed several blog mentions and was the basis of an Atlantic.com article. Well, Paul Ford 's blog post, " Real Editors Ship," was actually about

IDC: Vendors will increasingly employ SaaS model

During the economic downturn, many enterprises turned to Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) content management solutions as a way to avoid the expenses that often come along with in-house CMS

Microsoft ships CMIS support for SharePoint 2010

In a move that will make it easier to share content between multiple repositories, Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT) posted its Content Management Interoperability Services Connector for SharePoint Server