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Web Publishing News & Analysis

Publish is Not Just a Button

publish.jpg The death of publishing has been heralded for years now as the means to circulate content became easier and more readily accessible with a computer or mobile device. While the argument could be made for the decline of the traditional publishing model, the discipline of delivering relevant content to the proper audience is thriving.

The Impact of Tablets on Web Publishing or the Riddle of the Sphinx

shutterstock_64982614.jpg Everyone knows the mobile web is growing at light speed, introducing new opportunities and challenges in web management. However, when I look at my client’s web analytics, the leading device accessing their website is not a smartphone, it’s a tablet. Apple iPad consistently ranks as the #1 device for viewing web content.

Adobe recently released some research that backs this up. Adobe’s “The Rise of Tablets" (pdf) projects that tablet visits will surpass all smartphone visits by January 2013 and generate over 10 percent of all website visits by early 2014. Tablet web traffic is growing 200 percent faster than smartphones. The iPad commands the tablet market. Last year Comscore reported that the Apple iPad accounted for over 97 percent of tablet web traffic.

Limelight's Orchestrate Framework Supports Full Digital Media Experience

Limelight Orchestrates Content PublishingThese days Web publishing is less like making great music in a band, and more like managing an entire orchestra. With that thought in mind, Limelight Networks is introducing Limelight Orchestrate.

Adobe Muse 1.0 Promises Web Design Without Code Writing

Adobe Muse 1.0 Promises Web Design Without Code Writing Adobe Muse 1.0 Web design software finally rolls out of beta and is available as a standalone subscription or as part of the new Adobe Creative Cloud membership.

Amazon AWS Opens Up for Dynamic Web Content on CloudFront


Amazon's CloudFront has long let users host and distribute the static content elements for websites. Now the service can play host to dynamic content as well, adding support for the full scope of a dynamic, content-rich site or service with access to EC2 applications.

HELIOS iPad Document Hub Lets Users Own Code, Host Content #drupa

HELIOS iPad Document Hub Lets Users Own Code, Host ContentIf you’re attending Drupa 2012 this week -- one of the world's leading exhibition for the print media industry -- you may want to check out the new HELIOS iPad Document Hub publishing platform. With so many looking for ways to develop their own individually branded and customized iPad apps, to present content on iOS devices, HELIOS Software GmbH, a leading developer of cross-platform file, print, image, proofing, remote collaboration, and PDF server software, has made it easier with its new iPad Document Hub publishing platform and app for iOS.

The Future of Publishing: Storytelling & Content Monetization

RocketSpace and Pearson Publishing put together a panel discussion in San Francisco this week on "The Future of Publishing". They assembled an esteemed group of progressive publishers attempting to tease-out the future of our dear publishing industry. The passion of the panelists was as evident as their exasperation as they discussed the present state of publishing, the near future, and the sort-of-not-too-distant future. Here's the concise version of the evening.

Get Adobe's Creative Suite From the Cloud, For Just $49 A Month


Adobe's new offering, Creative Cloud, brings the company's expansive and expensive range of legendary publishing and art applications, Flash development software and other tools to all via an affordable software as a service solution.

ibPublish 2 Upgrades Broadcast News for the Cloud, Ties in Kaltura and Akamai

ib_logo_2012.jpg With the web becoming the go-to destination for breaking and local news, Internet Broadcasting launches ibPublish 2, an advanced digital content management and publishing platform designed for the future of digital video publishing.


Godengo, Texterity Join to Create End-to-End Digital Magazine Publishing Solution

Magazine-focused content manager Godengo announced that it has acquired Texterity, which provides a publishing platform for digital and mobile platform magazines. The new partnership could provide a single platform for publishing magazine content to any digital output channel.

Magnolia v4.5 Extends Mobile Capabilities

The promise of a March delivery from Magnolia was kept this week as the Miami based company announced the latest release of the web content management system Magnolia CMS 4.5, bringing us a little further down the highway to the full v.5.0 upgrade.

Mobify Optimizes Your Website for Tablets, and Bigger Bucks


Having a tablet-friendly website is rapidly rising up the tick list of must-haves for anyone selling online. Mobify takes the hard work out of desktop browser to mobile or tablet browser conversion, fine-tuning and optimizing your site along the way.

Agility Cloud CMS Unveils Template Solution for Online Magazines

agility_logo_2011.jpg Agility CMS announces a turn-key online magazine publishing solution.

Online Document Distribution: Similar Companies, Different Directions

Online document distribution systems have changed the way we view our brochures, white papers, transcripts, research studies, training materials, press releases and presentations. These services started with similar purposes, but have evolved in time to quite different offerings. Where do they diverge?

Colligo Upgrades 'Lite' SharePoint Access Through iPad

In early January, we predicted that Colligo would be one of the vendor’s third-party SharePoint products to watch this year. In December, it introduced Colligo Briefcase Enterprise for iPad. Today, in keeping with our earlier predictions, it has released Colligo Briefcase Pro.

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