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Highlights of the Week

* Alfresco Launches Full Frontal SharePoint (MOSS) Assault. Anything SharePoint can do, Alfresco can do with open source. Read on. * Cuil Is Not the Google Killer It Would Like to Be. There may be a bright search engine future ahead of Cuil, but not at this point in time. * Survey: Most Popular Open Source CMS. Joomla! is leading the pack by the number of Google’s Blog Search entries -- which can be nothing but a mere correlation to Joomla!’s summer release of new versions. * Content Migrations: Options, Strategies and Faux Pas. Whether you are migrating content from an existing CMS, a file structure or a blog, there are a number of things you need to think about, plan for and decide upon. * News You Can Use. In an age of attention deficit and impatience, news created on organizational websites and intranets needs to be brutally action-oriented and to-the-point. It needs to help people do things.

Most Popular Articles

And these are the articles you couldn’t get enough of -- if page views are anything to go by, anyways. So what was your fancy? The web publishing business, hacking and security, Web 2.0 CMS and a whole mess of MOSS! * How They Hack Your Website: Overview of Common Techniques. Defense is your best offense. Know the basics. * 75 Bleeding-Edge Search Engines To Beat Google. Differences aside, they all want to take a bite out of’s posterior. * Google Apps Go Mobile, Starting with iPhone. What does Safari 3 have to do with Office applications on the iPhone? * Is Ning The Next Facebook or MySpace? Ning vs. MySpace. Oh what fun we're having. * Results: Most Popular CMS in Technorati's Top 100. What micro publishers are using today. * EMC Documentum Releases v6.5 Full of Web 2.0. A “balance between business agility and IT control”.

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