ECM vendor Top Image Systems put an interesting spin on its marketing tactics with a buyback program designed to let companies switch to their product with a minimum outlay of cash. TIS will buy back its competitor's software and replace it with its own technology at no additional licensing cost to participating businesses. Companies are, however, required to purchase a "three-year commitment of existing maintenance and support."
If you're trying to convince the boss of the importance of integrating digital, cloud and mobile strategies, you may want to listen up. According to a small but interesting survey conducted by Canon U.S.A, IT decision-makers and their executive counterparts have pretty divergent opinions when it comes to document workflow technology.
There's no denying mobile enablement is important in the content management landscape but it's often simply an add-on component of web-optimized solutions already on the market. Raw engineering, developers of the built.io application development platform, announced the launch a mobile-first content management system for enterprise that comes with mobile enablement built right into the product.
As Drupal's developers continue to push out alpha releases of Drupal 8, support for older versions is winding down. Drupal's policy to date has been to only support the current and previous versions, but Drupal founder and lead developer Dries Buytaert says the community has decided to continue to support 6 for a while longer than anticipated.
News of Priceline's recent acquisition of digital marketing software vendor Buuteeq has Evision CEO Vikram Singh calling out hotel owners who use proprietary content management systems. He says choosing an open source solution over a custom CMS is the only way to ensure your online presence won't be compromised and that you never lose the content you worked hard to create.
MongoDB CEO Max Schireson knows his company isn't charging all it could for its services, but it's not a purely altruistic move
The New York Times gives readers a peek behind the curtain with a look at the custom-built content management system that powers the behemoth publishing company. So, what makes Scoop so great?
Life science organizations are getting extra love from ECM vendors this month as they rush to help researchers with collaboration and compliance needs.
A new report from global research firm TechNavio asserts that although on-premise enterprise content management systems currently hold a 90.73 percent share of the global ECM market, that number will fall as SaaS-based systems continue to gain traction. The study shows SaaS-based systems can expect to see a 31.11 percent compound annual growth rate by 2018. But how likely are those numbers to come to fruition?
Do you remember your first experience with a CMS? Kaya Ismail does, and it was a doozy, but she hung in there and learned some lessons along the way. Read all about it here....