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  • Sitecore Names 2009 Web Content Management Trends

    Sitecore, the vendor behind the namesake web content management system, has released a survey and identified three trends that, they say, will drive the web content management industry in 2009.

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  • Google Slashes Jaiku, Video and Other Services

    Google, one of the Internet's darling companies, is finally starting to feel the economic downtown. Changes are headed for a few Google services including Google Notebook, Google Catalogs, Dodgeball, Google Video, Google Mashup Editor and messaging service Jaiku.

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  • Feel Like Switching Platforms? Google Makes It Easy

    Announcing the Google Blog Converters  project!  Tired of Blogger? Want to move to WordPress? Or vice versa? Problem solved! Google's new Open Source project enables you to easily move blog posts and comments from service to service.

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  • Renewed Efforts to Rate the Web

    It's amazing that since its inception, the internet has remained more or less unregulated. While attempts have been made, most have been thwarted thanks in part to the first amendment and an overall sensitivity to censorship – at least in the United States. However, change is in the air.

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  • Kentico Web CMS Supported by a US Office

    Kentico, the ASP.Net-based Web CMS out of Europe is expanding. Providing a strong CMS that offers structured content management, Kentico is thriving in this global economic situation plaguing much more than just the U.S. and Europe.For those not familiar with Kentico, it offers a fully integrated WYSIWYG, a

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  • Alfresco Announces Surf Camp Boston

    Just over a week after Alfresco Surf 3.0 Code Camp in NYC, they have announced that Boston is now next on the list. Coming next month and hot on the heels of the success of the NYC camp, Boston will be a Code Camp you don’t want to miss.Alfresco

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  • Six Apart Hit by Downturn, Lays Off 8% of Staff

    Six Apart, the producer of blogging platform Movable Type, has announced layoffs of up to 8% of its full time staff. The company behind other popular products and services such as MT Pro, Vox and TypePad is a force in the blogging world. Movable Type is a very

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  • Mid-Market Enterprise CMS Thrives, SharePoint Suffers

    SharePoint suffers, as mid-market Enterprise CMS (ECM) vendors excel, a report from CMS Watch reveals. After an evaluation of 30 leaders in the ECM industry, everyone seems to be happy except the Microsoft people -- which seems to be becoming a trend.

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  • Adobe's Sales Up, Profit Down

    Adobe Systems, a publishing and design software company, has reported that its quarterly profit fell 7%, but this is still better than what Wall Street has expected. Higher operating costs and lower interest income contributed to Q3's lower net profit.

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  • Day Announces a New VP for N-EMEA

    Day Software is looking to increase its ECM market share in NEMEA - Northern Europe, Middle East and Asia. That's an interesting combination of markets to manage, one that sounds like other ECM providers use, but we hadn't heard of before.

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  • It's a Good Day for Financial Reporting

    Day Software, a provider of global content management and content infrastructure software, recently announced the company's financial results for the first half of 2008. Overall, things are going well for the company, but there is still room for improvement.

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  • PBwiki Gives US$25m in Web 2.0 Tools to Education

    PBwiki, the world’s largest provider of business and educational hosted wikis, announced that two new programs have been created that will donate up to US$ 25 million of award-winning wiki-based collaboration software.PBwiki currently hosts well over 250,000 educational wikis, but that is going to soon change as the company

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  • OOXML Winning the ISO Standards War

    Try as some might to stop it, it looks like Microsoft may soon be celebrating the official recognition of its OOXML document standard as an international standard by the ISO.The International Standards Organization has rejected several appeals challenging the ratification as OOXML as an international standard. The ISO approved the standard on April 2 subject to no

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  • SQL Server 2008 Released, Here's the Skinny

    After months of waiting it has finally arrived on our doorstep. Microsoft was whispering sweet nothings about the next release of SQL Server since late September last year.

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