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  • Quick Take Review: Telligent's Graffiti Web Content Management

    Telligent's primary offering is Community Server (news, site), a social media and community solution. But it's not the only thing they have going. They also offer a web content management system called Graffiti CMS. Graffiti CMS is a simple web content management system -- the CMS

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  • Digitalus CMS: Open Source and (Mostly) Simple

    Digitalus CMS is a fairly new player in the simple CMS market. Their first open source Zend/PHP-based version 1.0 was released in August 2008. Recently, version 1.5 came out and caught our attention with new features like simple globalization capabilities, web-based installer and the 960 Grid system page layout management.

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  • Quick Take Review: Vivvo Web Content Management

    Vivvo is an Web Content Management System based on the popular LAMP stack of technologies. Built by Serbian software house, Spoonlabs, the product is designed to deliver and manage interactive publishing websites.

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  • Day Software's New CQ5 Web CMS Has Arrived

    Our hearts are thumping and adrenalin levels are high as we tell you about the just-released Day's CQ5 WCM. To get as close as possible to a real-life experience, we went ahead and installed the software from scratch and played with it for a couple of days.

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  • Quick Take Review: Hot Banana Web Content Management

    Hot Banana is a web content management system (Web CMS) with a heavy emphasis placed on web marketing and content optimization, but with a full range of core content management capabilities which attract customers with a broad range of needs. The CMS is a part of and integrated with the

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  • Quick Take: Clickability's SaaS Web Content Management Platform

    Clickability is a web content management provider with a twist. Their product, the Clickability Platform, is provided On Demand and is a full service solution offering starting with Infrastructure as a Service and ending with what the company calls Innovation as a Service.

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  • Case Study: Discovering Plone Content Management System (Part 1)

    DISCOVER Magazine, one of the most widely read science mags in the US, had out grown its dated Web Content Management infrastructure for www.discovermagazine.com. Times were changing, multi-media was big and in general Web and CMS technology had moved forward significantly.

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  • Movable Type 4.0 vs. Expression Engine 1.6

    Some rivalries run deep: Army vs. Navy, Mac vs. PC, and dogs vs. frisbees. With the release of Moveable Type 4 and the near-simultaneous release of ExpressionEngine v1.6, it's time to to examine this perhaps less well-known rivalry.

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  • What is Web 2.0 CM (Part 2)

    Regardless of whether you like or are revolted by the term Web 2.0, most people can at least agree that the Web is a continually evolving place and that significant changes in both the underlying technologies and in the human interaction patterns have taken place over the past few

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  • What is Web 2.0 Content Management? (Part 1)

    With all the hype that Web 2.0 has gotten, many companies are now looking at their existing Web CMS and wondering whether it meets the new paradigm’s needs or merely traps them in an earlier age of the Web, thereby missing new business opportunities and making them appear dated.

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  • SharePoint 2007 Review - Six Pillars of MOSS

    Microsoft's Office SharePoint Server 2007, or "MOSS" for short, is Microsoft's first integrated server platform that aims to provide web content management, enterprise content services, and enterprise search, as well as shared business processes and business intelligence dashboarding to the small/medium enterprise.

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  • CMS Review - Quantum Art QP7

    New York-based Quantum Art produces the QP7 content application server. QP7 is geared towards web content management, but aims to break away from the page-based metaphor and provide a framework for developing content centric web applications utilizing QP7 content objects.The product is available in a few flavors: QP7.Enterprise, QP7.Multisite, QP7.Subscribe,

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  • Plone Open Source CMS Review

    Plone is a popular Open Source Web CMS based on the Zope application framework. A recent review of Plone by Roger Johansson is definitely worth a close read if you are considering Plone as a Web CMS.[Editor's Note (4-Oct-2007): Check out our case study on how Discover Magazine uses Plone as a primary publishing platform.] Roger is a Swedish-based web developer sort, with an emphasis on presentation technologies,

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  • Quantum Art Updates CMS Framework Offering

    San Francisco-based Quantum Art, a provider of content management solutions, delivers their latest product, the QP7.Framework, a content application server. QP7 Enterprise is notable for its ability to enable business users to easily produce functional web components."QP7.

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