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Highlights of the Week

  • An Enterprise Wiki for Businesses Both Small and Large. With over 9,000 customers of their solutions and US$ 100 million in cumulative revenues since they started in 2002, you can see that Atlassian is working hard to get your business.
  • dotCMS 1.7 Puts a Dot on Plugin Architecture. dotCMS, an open source J2EE/Java Web CMS, released a new version -- v1.7. The last time we saw an update was back last year, when 1.6.5 came out.
  • Document Lifecycle Management on an Alfresco Enterprise Scale. Companies struggling to control vast amounts of documents for compliance, or even litigation purposes, may be interested in the latest partnership designed to deal specifically with these issues.
  • SDL Tridion Partners for Advanced Digital Asset Management. Last month, when ADAM software released its v4.4 of its enterprise Digital Assets Management (DAM) platform it had its eye on a bigger piece of the content management pie.
  • Jahia CMS Extends Its U.S. Reach Via Partner. Jahia, an enterprise CMS vendor, is boosting its U.S. presence by tying up with a technology consulting firm Quoin to help distribute Jahia's free community edition and paid-for enterprise CMS suite.
  • Open Source: The GPL, Your CMS Project and You. As the best-known free software and open source license, the GNU General Public License, or GPL, has become both a rallying point for the free software and open source (FLOSS) communities and a focus of FUD (Fear, Uncertainty and Doubt) campaigns for those who fear that these movements will destroy their revenue streams.
  • Documentum Benchmarks Expose a Scalable Enterprise CMS. Want to know how scalable EMC Documentum really is? Well they wanted to show you. So they conducted a benchmarking study with Microsoft and HP to demonstrate just how well the enterprise content management solution would perform under pressure. 

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