OASIS, the standards organization that brought you CMIS, is working on a new Web Experience Management standard. It's still in its early stages. According to the charter defining how the standard
After several years, the major content management vendors in the industry--big names like EMC, Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT), IBM and others--agreed last week on the Content Management Interoperability
The Content Management Interoperability Standard is due to go to public review today, according to a post from Alfresco CTO John Newton's Tuesday. CMIS as you may recall (which we've written about
A new project called Chemistry--the goal of which is to create an open source reference implementation for the CMIS specification--has become an official Apache Software Foundation Incubator project.
It's no secret that I've written frequently about the Content Management Interoperability Services, otherwise known as CMIS (pronounced Sea-Miss) standard idea. That's why I was excited when I met
I was surprised to open J Boye's blog this week and find a post called "Don't Worry about CMIS." The post suggests that you shouldn't be thinking about CMIS for 18-24 months. I think Boye is being
Last week some of the biggest names in content management gathered in the same room at Microsoft headquarters in Redmond, WA. They were there for the first OASIS CMIS Technical Committee meeting to
As we approach the Thanksgiving holiday in the United States, perhaps it makes sense that I should use a cooking analogy to discuss the most important content management news this past year, the CMIS
There has been a lot of coverage in this space (and elsewhere) about CMIS including an Editor's Corner when it was announced, and a subsequent interview with Alfresco CTO and chairman John Newton.
John Newton, CTO and Chairman at Alfresco, has been involved in the content management industry since 1990 when he was one of the founders and the lead designer at Documentum. More recently, he