Web CMS vendor Primero Systems announced this week the launch of Webtreepro, a content management system designed to address the unique needs of franchises and other multi-site companies who need reliable tools to keep their branding consistent, no matter where, when or how corporate content is used.
A Finnish enterprise content management system provider has some tough talk for competitors as it plans an incursion into the U.K. ECM market.
Content management solutions provider e-Spirit announced the release of the newest version of FirstSpirit Content Management System that aims to help companies achieve rapid "digital transformation" with a minimum time investment.
Data security firm Vaultize offers enterprise file share and sync, mobile file sharing and mobile content management services to customers looking for easy and secure ways to share files across mobile devices in the workplace. The company announced this week that it has integrated enterprise digital rights management into its tools for even greater file security.
As with most other enterprise systems, selecting and implementing a DAM system ranges from "a bit challenging" to "a miserable experience" depending on a number of factors. Enterprise software vendor Extensis launched a new toolkit this week to make the process a little easier.
Executives from open source CMS vendor HIPPO and proprietary CMS vendor Kentico squared off in a friendly debate about the pros and cons of open source versus commercial content management systems on a recent episode of the web-based show CMS Connected, hosted by commentator Butch Stearns.
Organizations employ a wide variety of systems and methods to capture and organize content, sync data, and manage the ever-growing information deluge facing today's businesses. They're all competing for top spot as the most valuable system but in the end there can only be one. Will it be ECM?
Once upon a time, content management systems toiled quietly away in the background of companies everywhere.
The challenges facing IT because of legacy enterprise content management systems isn't new. As ECMs grow older, they can often end up creating more problems than they solve. What if the newest generation of ECM was able to help aging systems gracefully ride off into the sunset. Independent information management consultant Chris Walker says it's possible.
The newest AIIM survey on the state of the enterprise content management industry takes a deep dive into how companies can make purchase and use decisions at a time when the entire ECM landscape is changing.