One of the things the chief Drupalister Dries Buytaert is good at is creating buzz. His SXSW session (see our event coverage here) struck a chord for many. Entitled R.I.P. Content Management System, it is one of our most popular articles this week.
With open source CMS, Drupal and SXSW being quite the highlights, we also did a review of Drupal Gardens, a hosted version of the Web CMS stemming from the Acquia/Drupal project and based on Drupal 7 pre-release code.
- CMS Review: Drupal Gardens SaaS Web CMS. Until the announcement of Drupal Gardens and its competitor, Buzzr, there was no hosted option for Drupal. Both products are still in development, though both grow ever closer to release.
- Enterprise 2.0 Roll-up: The Great Google vs. Microsoft Debate. We’re not gonna lie, folks. The battle field is ugly. Many of those in favor of Google are keen on proclaiming their love for the openness of the cloud, and shutting down anything that doesn’t follow that strategy.
- Nuxeo Reports Growth, Plans Big for Open Source ECM in 2010. Nuxeo has rounded up 2009 with reports of triple-digit growth in revenue and subscriber base numbers, as well as a look at how the open source Enterprise CMS vendor plans to tackle the overcrowded and mature ECM market.
- Oracle Enhances its ECM with Imaging and Process Management. Oracle has announced two major additions to the document management module of its Universal Content Management (UCM) Enterprise CMS today: Forms Recognition software and Imaging and Process Management 11g.
- Mobile Web Publishing - The Future is Here. The iPhone, Droid, Blackberry, App Stores, 3G connectivity, and VPN support are commonplace mobile tools and services now, but where do they stand in terms of managing your web content from the road?
- SharePoint 2010 Document Sets: Organize Related Documents for Project Based Work. Already in use internally in Microsoft and by some of the company’s clients who are doing proof of concept trials with SharePoint 2010 beta, Document Sets sit between documents and sites.
- Autonomy Explore: Customer Interaction Analytics Covering All Channels. Imagine how handy it would be to have an all-inclusive customer voice. Autonomy Explore aims to be exactly that by mashing together customer interactions.
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Polls and Your Votes
Many organizations either have a portal platform in place today or are considering implementing one. What is your take on portals? Do you have one? Do you plan to implement a portal technology? Here are the preliminary results:
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