Just a little more love …
And one day soon
We'll live in harmony
(Soundtrack for this weekly review: David Guetta – Just a Little More Love)
Web Engagement and Digital Asset Management -- together, yet apart. What we currently see in this space is most DAM vendors (or their customers) aren’t much concerned about web engagement management, but more with traditional DAM challenges and functionalities.
This may change in the future, but, as of now, the link between DAM and successful WEM lies in the web content management domain, where integrations become key.
In the neighboring SaaS Web CMS space, vendors are starting to enter the Web Engagement Management game to keep up with current trends and stay competitive.
- WEM Perspectives: DAM Needs More Love. I'll put a stake in the ground and say that most organizations and DAM vendors are missing out on the potential DAM+WEM love.
- SaaS CMS Clickability Enters the Web Engagement Game. SaaS CMS provider Clickability is heading the direction of web engagement management with the release of Website Marketing Acceleration (WMA) module.
- FatWire and EMC Deliver Retention and Compliance Platform. The platform enables organizations to apply enterprise standards for retention and business compliance to Web content.
- How Social Tools in SharePoint 2010 Encourage Engagement and Innovation. There is a number of both technical and non-technical points that create a compelling argument for the adoption of SharePoint’s new social features.
- Alert: What's Coming for Open Source CMS in July 2010. Highlights of what's coming from open source projects in our July installment.
- DotNetNuke Sees High Growth, Awards and Promotions in 2010. There may be back room concerns about DotNetNuke rushing out releases, but if the numbers and awards are any indication, they are handling things well.
- Perspectives: SharePoint and The Gov 2.0 Revolution. SharePoint is in a market not usually known for being in step with the technological times.
Most Popular Articles
These articles were what you fancied most this week, according to Uncle G's analytics data.
- New Internet Explorer 9 Preview Shows One Future of the Web. Microsoft has sneaked out a new preview version of its upcoming Web browser to highlight its vision of the next-gen Internet.
- What is SharePoint 2010? Vision and Reality. Most of our readers have a pretty clear idea of what SharePoint is. However, many people misperceive its core functions. Here's a concise response to the simple question: What is SharePoint?
- First Windows 8 Details Leak From Microsoft. Microsoft now has the time to experiment and plan for a more spectacular vision, as recent leaked documents prove.
- Salesforce.com Sues Microsoft, Claims SharePoint Infringes on Patents. Last month, Microsoft sued Salesforce.com. It would be rude, and a breach of tradition, for Salesforce to not respond in kind.
- Is Google Brewing a Social Network to Rival Facebook? There's a big rumor that Google is cooking up some sort of social network that will challenge Facebook.
- Facebook Unveils Open Graph Search Engine, Sorry Google. The rumors are true! Facebook is wading in the search engine pool.
- Google Upgrades Gmail App For iPad. Based on feedback from iPad Gmail users, the only drawback so far is that it is only available to US English users.
Content Management Jobs
Here's what's been brewing lately in the CMS jobs and careers field. Both seekers and employers, catch the best fish of the season on our content management job board.
- Senior Graphic Designer at MatchWare
- Web Developer at Topsy
- Community Manager/Blogger at BitDefender
- Sales Engineer at Coremedia
- Project Manager at Huge
Traveling or Virtual, There are Events to Attend
Wondering how to spend your time in the next few weeks or months? Attend a conference, or maybe just a webinar or two. Have a look at our Industry Events Calendar to see what's happening in your area.
- Oct 7, 2010 -- HartmanEVENT 2010 - Social Media & Mobile Usability