Welcome to the weekend. Here's a look at some of this week's highlights.
We ended February with an in depth look at the mobile capabilities of SharePoint 2010 and kicked off our March editorial focus: Enterprise Collaboration. The hottest topic of discussion? That it's not about the tools, it's about the people and what they need to succeed.
Another popular topic this week was about how you incorporate user-generated content into your content strategy.
And finally, in terms of new product releases, Apple unveiled iPad2, SDL upgraded WorldServer, its translation management server, and Acquia announced a new Dev Cloud and released the first production version of Drupal Gardens.
- Content Strategy and the User-Generated Content Conundrum
- SharePoint 2010 and the Mobile Experience
- Alert: What's Coming for Open Source CMS in March 2011
- Six Critical Ingredients for a Great Website
- iPhone, iPad iOS 4.3 Adds MiFi, AirPlay, Tethering and More
- Enterprise Collaboration: Moving from Need-to-Know to Need-to-Share
- DotNetNuke Shifts Core Platform to C#, It's a Business, Not Technical Decision
- Acquia Releases Drupal Gardens From Beta, Announces New Dev Cloud
- SharePoint Collaboration: If You Build It, Will They Come?
- Search Algorithm Changes: How Websites Can Survive the Latest Google Crunch
Around the Web
- 5 Keys to Successful Website Design, Development and Deployment
- Are You Ready for Social Commerce?
- Benefits and challenges with a consolidated Web CMS
- Is Social Media Going to Kill Email
- Mobile for Marketing: Is it a channel or a device?
Featured Events (all events | post an event)
- Mar 21, 2011 -- AIIM Conference & Expo 2010 (Info360)
- Mar 23, 2011 -- Online Information APAC (Hong Kong)
- Apr 07, 2011 -- Webinar: CMS Connected
- May 09, 2011 -- Brain Traffic Content Strategy Conference - ConFab 2011
- May 26, 2011 -- Advanced Intranets & Portals (Amsterdam)
Featured Jobs (all jobs | post a job)
- Director, Online Content Management at Kaiser Permanente
- Senior Software Engineer at Smarter Travel Media
- VP of Engineering at Egnyte
- Senior CMS Java Developer at BET Networks
- Vice President of Mobile Multimedia Strategy at NewNet Communication Technologies