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Highlights of the Week

* Google Maps Get Better Eyesight With GeoEye-1. There is a new eye in the sky. * Open Text: No More Multiples on SharePoint. The Open Text/SharePoint saga continues. * Browser Wars: Is Opera 9.6 a Hit or a Miss? With as much gusto as we imagine a software company can possibly muster, their Web browser boasts not only speed and performance improvements, but also a variety of new features. * The Case for eDiscovery (Part Two). We focus on the left side of the model -- the one that deals with the information management part of the eDiscovery process. * Enhanced Editorial Capabilities Key to Nstein WCM 4.0. Version 4 boasts a number of editorial enhancements not the least of which is full integration with the Nstein TME (Text Mining Engine) and DAM (Digital Asset Management) system.

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? Hacking and security, Google Apps and a whole mess of social media! * How They Hack Your Website: Overview of Common Techniques. Defense is your best offense. Know the basics. * 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. * Google Maps Get Better Eyesight With GeoEye-1 There is a new eye in the sky. * Harvard Hack Betrays Joomla! Vulnerabilties? Ever trouble over just how hackers do it? Unfortunately, it’s no big secret. See the number one ranked article for more!

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If you're looking to advance your career, or if your org has got empty seats in need of savvy CMSers, you're in luck. Catch the best fish of the season on our content management job board. Featured Jobs: * Web Content Manager at Irvine Technology Corp * Manager of Web Properties at The Linux Foundation * Information Services Lead at United Way of Connecticut * Director Web Development at IDG