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Highlights of the Week
- A Mobile Strategy For Web Content is Critical. What makes the mobile web so daunting? The report named sluggish download speeds, data-heavy web pages and unfamiliar browser user interfaces as factors that led to poor experiences for mobile web users.
- Alfresco and Drupal Content Integration via CMIS. In fact Alfresco version 3 has built in CMIS capabilities, so it was only a matter of time before another open source vendor would come along and set-up their own integration module.
- Day Software Reports Bright and Sunny 2008 Financial Results. Restructuring costs, CQ5 investments, changes in the management team, high R&D spending and several other factors affected Day’s balance sheet.
- Safari 4 Beta Goes Public, Chrome Comparisons Abound. Apple slapped an unannounced release of Safari 4 Beta on the table, and the entire Internet subsequently went bananas.
- Taking Control of eDiscovery Costs: Are Archiving Costs Necessary for eDiscovery?. Recently, there has been a significant change in that eDiscovery paradigm – most corporations are bringing eDiscovery in-house to reduce the costs.
- Letting Publishers Experiment Online. This week we caught up with Sameer Shariff, founder and CEO of Impelsys to talk about its successes and future in the publishing industry.
- SilverStripe CMS 2.3.0 Promises to be Faster, More Secure. Makers of SilverStripe CMS, an open source micro content management system, have released version 2.3.0 with far-reaching development capabilities and an easy-to-use management interface.
- Hiking Through CMIS Repos with CMIS Explorer. Shane Johnson, Senior Consultant at CITYTECH, knows the pain of systems that can't talk to each other.
Most Popular Articles
And these are the articles you couldn't get enough of during the past week -- if page views are anything to go by, anyways. So, what was your fancy? Alfresco, MOSS, RedDot, DAM and trends for 2009.
- Under the Covers: Alfresco's SharePoint Services (WSS) Killer. SharePoint, dear SharePoint. We talk about this business collaboration tool — sometimes called an enterprise content management system — on almost a daily basis. You either love it, hate it, integrate with it or try to replace it. Alfresco has chosen the last option.
- Farewell, RedDot. Viva Open Text Web Solutions. It’s the end of an era for RedDot.
- Digital Asset Management in 2009: Trends, Features and SharePoint Integration. With more and more organizations focusing on the Internet to attract, maintain and support their customers, CMSWire thought it was time to take a closer look at what is in store for digital asset management this year.
- Drupal as the Dominant Web Platform? No Way. This is a tall order. As our readers know, the web content management system market is a crowded one.
- Identifying Web Trends for 2009. Identifying on-going experimentation may lead us to new and exciting design approaches.
- How MOSS Can Help Improve Business Processes. As one of the most widely used document collaboration tools, it is no wonder organizations want to understand how to build better business processes in SharePoint.
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