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Shareholder Vote Against Oracle Pay: What's it Mean?

larryellison.jpgOracle Corp. shareholders are putting up a rare and semi-successful fight against rising executive pay at Oracle Corp. In a non-binding "say-on-pay" vote at Oracle's annual meeting yesterday, they rejected the pay packages for top managers, including Founder and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Larry Ellison.

The protest vote was influenced by a group of powerful institutional advisors,  including the Institutional Shareholder Services (ISS), which recommended the vote, and the California Employees' Retirement System, which supported it.

Answer My Tweet ... Now, Customers Say

Customers Expect Tweets to be Responded to within an Hour Over 70 percent of Twitter users expect to see businesses respond to their tweets, a social media report has found, and 54 percent expect to hear back within the hour.

That such a high percentage of people expect responses from companies on social media shows how far expectations have risen, the Lithium Social Response Study found.

What's New in November for Open-Source CMS

Open-source versus proprietary software may not be as controversial as it once was, but there's no doubt the free and open-source software (FOSS) world is thriving. We try to include as much open source news as we can in this monthly column, so do feel free to leave us a comment or contact us at pr@cmswire.com if we forgot something important.

WordPress 3.7 Released with Automated Updates

WordPress 3.7 Released with Automated Updates

WordPress, one of the most popular content management systems, just released version 3.7, codenamed Basie after the estimable Count Basie. While not chock full of features, it does include a few significant improvements. One of the biggest is automated background updates, which enables seamless security and maintenance upgrades.

Companies Should Publicize All Feedback from Customers

Thumbnail image for image-customersurveyfreedom-2013.jpgCompanies can't control what customers are saying about them on "unbiased" review sites like Yelp, Zagat or OpenTable. But they can make better use of the feedback they receive directly from their customers. That information doesn't always make it into the public domain, something one customer experience expert thinks should change.

Adobe Social Media Report: Huge Gains for Facebook, Twitter Ads

image-adobesocialmedia-2013.jpgSure, humans are social beings — and we seem to be getting even more social on Facebook and Twitter, according to the Adobe Social Media Intelligence Report.

All that activity is boosting ad revenues for both social networks. Advertising on Twitter and Facebook ramped up quite a bit in 2013. Facebook click volume is up 29 percent year-over-year, and Facebook impressions volume is up 85 percent year-over-year.

You Don't Need a Digital Asset Management System If ...

Customer Experience, You Don't Need a Digital Asset Management If ...There are as many opinions on the topic of “Do We Still Need Digital Asset Management?” as there are grains of sand on my favorite beach in Costa Rica. While I agree with many that digital asset management (DAM) is a critical piece of the enterprise technology stack, there are scenarios when you do not (or should not) need DAM. Here’s my list of top five reasons why you don’t need DAM. 

Oracle, Eloqua Integrating Products and Customers Too #ee13

image-oracleeloquacustomers-2013.jpgOracle continues to integrate Eloqua's marketing automation and revenue performance management solutions — as well as the companies respective customer bases.

Google Gives Businesses More Mapped Data Visualization Options

Google has added new business data visualization capabilities to its map-making engine with the release of Google Maps Engine Pro. The new tool will enable small businesses to map their data and import client information into maps that can be edited, analyzed and shared.

Bringing Content and Commerce Together

Customer Experience, Bringing Content and Commerce TogetherBrands have traditionally built separate brand experiences and e-Commerce shops, hidden behind the familiar “shop” link. But this divide makes customers choose between content and commerce and creates one more hurdle to jump through. How many get lost on the way?

Are Content Management Systems Good Enough for Digital Asset Management?

A decade ago, the industry was vigorously pursuing the Holy Grail of enterprise content management (ECM). The basic premise: one content repository to serve as the home for all content within an organization. We now know this approach doesn’t work for web content management (WCM) systems because they have very specialized requirements and need to evolve quickly to keep up with technology.

These characteristics don’t apply to most digital asset management (DAM) needs, yet people are still struggling with their DAM requirements.

Google Sells More Ads Quicker in Q3

If Google has been struggling to find a solution to falling mobile advertising prices, it appears to have found a solution this quarter: sell more ads and sell them quicker. It may seem simple, but it has taken Google a while to come up with it. The result is a spectacular 12 percent rise in revenues to $14.9 billion year-over-year, with profits close to $3 billion -- and a promise of more to come in future quarters.

Telerik Updates Web CMS Sitefinity with Usability Enhancements

Telerik is updating its Sitefinity web content management system. The usability enhancements in the current version 6.2 include inline editing, an HTML5-based Google Analytics module and an administration dashboard for analytics. 

Google Adds Analytics APIs for Large Companies

Google Adds Analytics APIs for Large CompaniesGoogle has updated its Analytics APIs for things like account setup and configuration, and large companies that want to get in on some of the closed beta availability action can sign up now.

6 Key Considerations in Content Migration

web cms, content migration There will be many questions asked during a content management system (CMS) migration, but key among them is: How are we going to migrate content quickly and efficiently? This article will address some key considerations to help your content migration journey from “old” to “new” go smoother, quicker, and without loss of sleep.

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