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  • Quick Take Review: Cubeless Enterprise Social Networking

    Communities are fast becoming an important part of any business strategy -- whether they are internal communities, customer communities, partner communities or some combination thereof. The choices on technical solution are numerous -- a recent Forrester report indicated there were over 100 community solutions in the marketplace today.

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  • Quick Take Review: Telligent's Graffiti Web Content Management

    Telligent's primary offering is Community Server (news, site), a social media and community solution. But it's not the only thing they have going. They also offer a web content management system called Graffiti CMS. Graffiti CMS is a simple web content management system -- the CMS

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  • SharePoint 2007 Review - Six Pillars of MOSS

    Microsoft's Office SharePoint Server 2007, or "MOSS" for short, is Microsoft's first integrated server platform that aims to provide web content management, enterprise content services, and enterprise search, as well as shared business processes and business intelligence dashboarding to the small/medium enterprise.

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  • CMS Review: OpenCms 6.0

    Reprinted with permission from CMS Watch -- www.cmswatch.com OpenCms 6.0 is a mature, open source Web Content Management (WCM) system based on the J2EE platform. We recently acquired hands-on experience installing and customizing OpenCms on a client project.

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  • Sitellite PHP Web CMS Review

    Since January 2001, Canadian web services company Simian Systems, Inc has marketed their own brand of Web Content Management System called the Sitellite CMS. Simian recently released the latest version of their Web CMS, the Sitellite 4.2 Content Management System, and CMSWire has had a change to poke under the covers

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  • CMS Review - Quantum Art QP7

    New York-based Quantum Art produces the QP7 content application server. QP7 is geared towards web content management, but aims to break away from the page-based metaphor and provide a framework for developing content centric web applications utilizing QP7 content objects.The product is available in a few flavors: QP7.Enterprise, QP7.Multisite, QP7.Subscribe,

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  • Plone Open Source CMS Review

    Plone is a popular Open Source Web CMS based on the Zope application framework. A recent review of Plone by Roger Johansson is definitely worth a close read if you are considering Plone as a Web CMS.[Editor's Note (4-Oct-2007): Check out our case study on how Discover Magazine uses Plone as a primary publishing platform.] Roger is a Swedish-based web developer sort, with an emphasis on presentation technologies,

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  • Blog Client Reviews in Brief

    This post was authored in FireFox and so far, with good reason.

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  • CommonSpot 4.0 Product Review

    An Article by Steve Drucker CommonSpot Content Server, developed by PaperThin, Inc., has been simplifying Web site development and authoring since its introduction in 1998. On April 8, 2004, the newest generation, version 4.0, was released.

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  • SharePoint Portal Review

    [Editor's Note: For information on SharePoint (MOSS) 2007, please tune into these articles: SharePoint 2007 Review - Six Pillars of MOSS , Getting Started with SharePoint (MOSS) 2007, and Analyst Firm Reviews SharePoint (MOSS) 2007.] SharePoint Portal Server (SPS) and Windows SharePoint Services (WSS) are getting more and more attention

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  • SilkRoad Eprise - Content Management System Review

    SilkRoad's Eprise 2004 Web Content Management solution has recently been treated to a brief and positive review by InfoWeek's Mike Heck. The review highlights dramatic performance enhancements, web services support, a hosted (software as a service) option, and fault tolerance.

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  • Movable Type 3.0 Review

    An enterprising young Neil Turner of York, United Kingdom has posted a review of the recently released Movable Type 3.0 Developers Edition. Neil steers far clear of the recent outcry (whining) about MT's new licensing model (What? Pay for software?).

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  • Product Review: Ingeniux XML Content Management

    The Ingeniux Content Management System is described as a powerful XML-based platform for creating, managing and deploying business-critical Web sites. Major Ramon Lao of the U.S. Marine Corps. and CIO for Department of Defense Quality of Life Information Technology Center has recently completed a brief but useful review of the

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