The twists, turns and tips you need for staying up-to-date by the water cooler.
Highlights of the Week
- Vignette Reports 29.4% Revenue Plunge. Following a round of layoffs at the dusk of last year, Vignette has announced 2008 fiscal year and Q4 2008 financial results.
- Web Content: Simple is Better. When it comes to website copywriting, design and development, simple is always better.
- Jahia Web CMS Launches GPL Community Edition. Another enterprise class content management system adopts open source GPL licensing.
- Content Managers Need To Address The Mobile Web. According to a new study released by comScore, more European mobile phone users are being drawn into using the mobile web.
- MS Ships ASP.NET MVC Framework v1.0 RC1. The Model-View-Controller (MVC) concept has been around for quite awhile, but this is the first time Microsoft has provided robust support for it in the hugely popular ASP.NET web technology framework.
- Kyte Offers Analytics and Content Management. Thanks to its numerous digital media capabilities, Kyte’s platform has already charmed its innovative little way into the hearts of many—including celebrities looking to share their activities with fans on an as-it-happens basis.
- W3C Reports on Future of Social Networking. Based on a workshop convened by the W3C in January, which attempted to bring together industry actors to foster discussion, analyze risks and opportunities of the social networking industry and define plans for the future of the industry.
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? The iPhone, Web trends, IBM Security, Vivvo and Company Blogs.
- Adobe and Apple Team to Bring Flash to the iPhone. Apple and Adobe both strive to be the coveted number one in their respective industries. Now they are working together to release Flash for the iPhone.
- Identifying Web Trends for 2009. We're not even a month into the new year, but already there is speculation as to what web design will bring. Identifying on-going experimentation may lead us to new and exciting design approaches.
- Company Blogs Rule Among Social Media Options. A priority for any corporate blog should be authenticity. Those who read corporate blogs demand ground-level, approachable communications.
- Security: IBM Finds PHP Web Content Management Systems Vulnerable. In its biannual report released Feb. 2, 2009, IBM's X-Force research group pointed out significant security threat trends as we enter 2009.
- Will CMIS Kill the Content Connector Industry? No one will argue that we need technologies and solutions that help us pull together and share content and information from the various content repositories we have in our organizations today.
- Quick Take Review: Vivvo Web Content Management. This PHP-based Web CMS features a modern AJAX-ified user interface, a clean and easy to use backoffice set of tools, and the ability to create your front-end website without having to write a line of code. Come along as we take a closer look under the covers.
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- Professional Services Consultant at Clearwell
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- Sales Rep at Nuxeo
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- A Graceful Exit for Box?
- Facebook Shuts the Gate on Likes
- Google Kicks the Productivity Stool From Under Microsoft
- Forget Community - 'Social' is Now a Commodity
- Microsoft Leaves Ballmer Bleeding as It Moves On
- So You Think You Know WordPress
- Gartner Names 7 'Hype Cycle' Technologies