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Highlights of the Week

* Google Maps for Mobile Upgraded, but Drama Lingers. The new upgrades will primarily allow users to better understand the details about a location through social interaction while providing instructions on ways to get to a location on foot. * Mid-Market Enterprise CMS Thrives, SharePoint Suffers. After an evaluation of 30 leaders in the ECM industry, everyone seems to be happy except the Microsoft people — which seems to be becoming a trend. * Day Reacts to Enterprise CMS Interoperability Spec. CMSWire had a chance to chat with Day’s CTO David Nuescheler, and here’s what we found out. * Bamboo Takes MOSS Project Management to New Levels. Bamboo's latest solution to hit the pavement is the Project Management Suite for SharePoint, and it looks jam packed with functionality any project manager using SharePoint would drool over. * Google Expands Non-Evil Empire to Korea. Why own Blogger in the U.S., when you can also own Textcube in South Korea?

Most Popular Articles

And these are the articles you couldn’t get enough of -- if page views are anything to go by, anyways. So what was your fancy? Hacking and security, Google Apps and a whole mess of social media! * How They Hack Your Website: Overview of Common Techniques. Defense is your best offense. Know the basics. * Google Apps Go Mobile, Starting with iPhone. What does Safari 3 have to do with Office applications on the iPhone? * Is Ning The Next Facebook or MySpace? Ning vs. MySpace. Oh, what fun we're having. * Results: Most Popular CMS in Technorati's Top 100. What micro publishers are using today. * The '08 Open Source CMS Awards Finalists Are In. Don't forget to vote: public voting for the winners in each of the five categories is open from September 1 to October 20, 2008. * Harvard Hack Betrays Joomla! Vulnerabilties? Ever trouble over just how hackers do it? Unfortunately, it’s no big secret. See the number one ranked article for more!

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If you're looking to advance your career, or if your org has got empty seats in need of savvy CMSers, you're in luck. Catch the best fish of the season on our content management job board. Featured Jobs: * Web Content Manager at Siena Heights University * Lead Web Developer at Technorati * Drupal Web Developer (Telecommute) at Anonymous * Web Designer at Ning