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5 More Education-Focused Web Content Management Platforms

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Last week we listed five education-focused web content management platforms. Though it was not meant to be an exclusive list, I was quickly notified that I left out some other popular platforms. This week, I bring you five MORE education-focused web CMS.

TERMINALFOUR Site Manager v7.3: Enhanced Cloud, Migration Capabilities

With the release of TERMINALFOUR Site Manager 7.3 the company continues to build out its web content management system with developers in mind. Last April in v7.2 it focused on making the product easier to use, integrate with and host. In v7.3 the focus is on scalability, migration, website and online management, and self-service capabilities.

TERMINALFOUR Approved by G-Cloud Framework for UK Public Sector

A UK government approval system called G-Cloud has given the thumbs up to the TERMINALFOUR Web CMS system for use in all public sector systems.

TERMINALFOUR Updated Web CMS Promises Improved Integration, Usability

Web content management company TERMINALFOUR announced a new release of its web content management system (Web CMS), TERMINALFOUR Site Manager. Version 7.2 includes dozens of updates, big improvements to its integration features and better usability.

Recession Relief: New Job Openings at Amazon, Telligent, Sapient, Telerik, Microsoft and Acquia (2-Feb-12)

If it's time for a change, we've got a shopping list of hot jobs in our spiffy little corner of the world. Our bi-weekly featured jobs list is a great collection of opportunities spanning specialties and continents. Here's who's hiring this week (and if you're hiring, post your openings here).

Recession Relief: New Job Openings at OpenText, Oracle and Perficient (12-Jan-12)

If it's time for a change, we've got a shopping list of hot jobs in our spiffy little corner of the world. Our bi-weekly featured jobs list is a great collection of opportunities spanning specialties and continents. Here's who's hiring this week.  

Recession Relief: New Job Openings at Ektron, TerminalFour & Autonomy (03-Nov-11)

If it's time for a change, we've got a shopping list of hot jobs in our spiffy little corner of the world. Our bi-weekly featured jobs list is a great collection of opportunities spanning specialties and continents. Here's who's hiring this week.  

TERMINALFOUR SiteManager 7.1: Improved Mobile, Search Integration & Automated Migration from other Web CMS

TERMINALFOUR SiteManager 7.1: Improved Mobile, Search Integration &  Automated Migration from other Web CMSTERMINALFOUR (news, site) released SiteManager 7.1 today with an eye to getting more companies out of their current web content management system and into t4's. But that's not all that's new in this latest release.

Adobe Enables Devs to Code for iOS, Android, BlackBerry

Adobe Enables Devs to Code for iOS, Android, BlackBerryAdobe (news, site) updates to Flash Builder and Flex mean coders can now produce apps across the trifecta of mobile and tablet environments.

TERMINALFOUR Web CMS Gains Ground in US

terminalfour_logo_2010.jpgIt's not all doom and gloom in Ireland as t4 (news, site) reports a record breaking year for 2010 and big plans for the future.

TERMINALFOUR Picks up 1.6m in Funding For R&D and Expansion

terminalfour_logo_2010.jpgIrish WCM company TERMINALFOUR (news, site) bags additional funding with new hires and expansion on the horizon.

Modera Discusses Web Content Management at IMS 2009

 The Next Generation Web CMS, Has Modera Got Answers?With the IMS 2009 conference coming up very soon, we have news that UK based content management provider Modera will be not just exhibiting, but will be speaking.

CMSWire talked with Modera's CEO Siim Vips in July, looking for their secret sauce for what they called work on the "next generation web cms". Hard at work on ModeraNet2, their next generation platform, Vips talked about things like syndication and communication enhancements, and tight integration with business processes.

On December 3 at 2pm GMT+1, Vips will present "Past, current and future content management technologies". Along with talking about Modera's experiences, Vips will talk about what was/wasn't successful in the industry and where the marketplace is headed for 2010 and beyond.

Other presenters on Web Content Management include:

You can get more information on the conference and full speaker list on the IMS 2009 website

t4 SiteManager 7: Accessibility, WebDAV, Cross Browser Support

terminal4.jpg Twelve months, €900,000 in research and a whole lot of feedback from its partners through its recently launched extranet and Irish-based TERMINALFOUR (news, site)  has a completely new edition of its enterprise grade web content management system.

#jboy09 Pre Web Idol Competition Consternation

Here at J Boye 2009 the Web Idol competition is about to start. In the line-up we have 23 Video, e-Spirit, Kapow Technologies, Microsoft, Sitecore and TERMINAL Four.

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J Boye '09 -- Web Idol Contestants Exhibiting Pre-Contest Commencement Consternation

For those unfamiliar with the concept, Web Idol is a semi-serious but mostly humorous event loosely based on the extremely popular (with people we don’t know) American Idol TV show.

The event is a fast-paced set of competitive demos. Select vendors present short demonstrations of their products, showing-off their fanciest features -- often the stuff most recently developed. For those that prefer succinct, comparative presentations to long-winded demonstrations, this is a session for you.

The judging is done by an expert panel of judges who primarily offer pithy commentary, but it's the audience who holds voting power over the final outcome.

[UPDATE: The votes have been tallied. It was TERMINAL Four in 3rd place, 23 Video in 2nd place and Sitecore who has taken home the massively awkward 1st prize trophy. Congrats to all for an entertaining reprieve from serious thinking.]

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TerminalFour Partners for Commerical Website Solutions

TerminalFour Picks Up Design PartnerBest known for web content management systems designed for the educational sector, UK-based TerminalFour (news, site) now wants to get a bigger piece of the commercial market.

They are doing this by partnering with Different Digital, a creative agency also based in the UK. Different Digital is considered a rising star in the digital media and marketing space, so this partnership makes a lot of sense.

The new partnership gives Different Digital access to strong technology and experience in web content management. Together, the two should be able to provide strong solutions for commercial websites that need content managed, marketing solutions.

It's good to know that TerminalFour understands their strengths and see partnering as a way to add additional capabilities and grow market share. Some Web CMS providers try to do it all and many fail.

Web Design is different from web content management. But the two together are what makes a website a true experience. The partnership is already working with several joint initiatives under way.

Learn more about what TerminalFour can offer your business.

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