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  • Quick Take Review: Clover Web Content Management

    Their website says it all: Clover CMS is a simple web content management system. Designed to provide basic content management functionality, the intent is to bring content management capabilities to organizations with only minimum requirements and a minimum of appetite for learning new technology.

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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: SDL Tridion R5 Web Content Management System

    What is Tridion? Or is it Trillian, Trideon or Tridian? What can we say, it’s tough being a Euro web content management vendor in the U.S. market. After conquering most of Europe, SDL Tridion started its Web CMS quest in the U.S.

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  • Alfresco Garners Accolades from Business Computing Magazine

    It's always good to see your name in ink -- even in this day of almost everything being virtual. Such is true for open source enterprise content management provider Alfresco, whose Community Edition 2.2 was recently reviewed by Business Computing magazine receiving the Editor's Choice Award for their June Issue.

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  • Quick Take Review: Crowdsourcing with Kluster

    Kluster is an online collaboration and decision-making platform that takes the crowdsourcing concept to a new level by including a system of incentives to encourage user participation.

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  • Fireworks CS4 Beta: A Review

    Adobe is at again …illustrating their dedication to the world of design/development and the understanding that if you’re not focusing towards the web in some fashion, you’re going to end up a day late and dollar short in the end. So they bring you Fireworks CS4 Beta.

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  • Dreamweaver CS4 Beta: A Review

    Betas are always a joy. They give you the opportunity to review new and upcoming products prior to actual release. You get the opportunity to see what new features are available and help work out bugs in programs to ensure proper functioning when they are actually released.

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  • Quick Take Review: Xythos On Demand Document Management

    Xythos is a provider of on-premise and hosted (SaaS) document management solutions for organizations both large and small. Their hosted product has a somewhat unique history in that is was designed and developed from the very beginning as a web-based service. The SaaS version of their document management product, launched

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  • Quick Take Review: Matchbin's Social Marketplace for Publishers

    Matchbin is touted as the world’s first ecommerce platform as a service that specializes in both product and service matching. They've created something called the Community Marketplace Multimedia Edition. This technical wonder bundle is a fully fledged social media system, web content management system and ecommerce marketplace rolled-up in

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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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  • Beginning Joomla! A Good Offering For Newbie Web Publishers

    Aspiring web designers, listen up! In case you didn't know, Joomla! is one of the premier open source content management systems for publishing content on the internet. And now there's a book that will teach you, the uninitiated, the glories of Joomla! content management. Beginning Joomla! , by Dan Rahmel guides the green reader through comprehensive, step-by-step methods of setting up and running a Joomla! website. Beginning Joomla! was written as a

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  • Book Review: Design Accessible Web Sites

    Too often in our plight to design beautiful, engaging websites, we overlook the unique abilities and disabilities of our users. Sure, we know their demographics, their wants, their desires and maybe even their top tasks. But do we really design with their abilities in mind? Unfortunately, probably not as much as we should ; and maybe

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  • ISITE Launches CMS Myth, Puts Microscope to Failed Web CMS

    At Gilbane Boston this week, ISITE Design launched CMS Myth, a blog that seeks to "expose the myths and realities behind web content management systems and practices," according to a company release.

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