Web CMS vendors frequently tout their systems' usability, but in fact a big evolution towards complexity has been underway in the WCM world for the past several years. That's right: user interfaces for editors and marketers are getting more complicated rather simpler
Updated WCXM Evaluations of Adobe, CoreMedia, CrownPeak, e-Spirit, eZ Systems, Limelight Networks, and OmniUpdate
As we release version 21.4 of our Web Content and Experience Management (WCXM) research, I wanted to give you a quick rundown of the latest developments of seven vendors we included in this update
Museums both large and small have been among the earliest adopters of Digital Asset Management (DAM) systems. As curators of tangible, real objects -- ones that are often ancient, sacred, or one-of-a-kind -- museum DAM teams have a uniquely curatorial approach to their digital assets
A recent conversation with a large global enterprise about their Digital Asset Management project reminded me of the Zen Kōan – "Two hands clap and there is a sound. What is the sound of one hand clapping?" The project in question has weathered some turbulence
Yesterday we learned that Lexmark, best know for its printers, had acquired Netherlands-based BPM (Business Process Management) vendor Pallas-Athena. This follows in the path of Lexmark's acquisition of Perceptive Software, a document management company (evaluated in our Document Management reviews)
In our recently released Web Content Management Vendor Evaluations version 20.2 we've updated our research on two interesting vendors - Hannon Hill and TerminalFour
Earlier this week we released some key updates to our Web Content Management comparative vendor evaluations. This batch includes several players who claim to excel at "experience management." Unfortunately, they've generated substantially more new lines of marketing than new lines of code
One of the most common questions an enterprise technology buyer will ask of a vendor or supplier is, "What do you know about our business?" It's the kind of question that one gets asked in job interviews too, and just like that personal situation, how the question gets answered can have a huge impact on the result
The initially meteoric rise of Second Life gave visibility to a (mostly) new crop of vendors looking to apply "immersive" or "virtual" experiences to enterprise collaboration
When it comes to selecting a content management system, does a vendor's industry-specific experience matter?
Ok you probably did a double take when you saw that Hyland had acquired Hershey's. Sadly the world of chocolate and ECM are not about to merge.
Theme of the day? Difficult to say really, but if I were to choose two it would be the content chaos and archiving
Day 2 of the UK AIIM Roadshow and we are here at the Reebok Stadium Bolton (home of Bolton Wanderers football club). Theme of today amongst the attendees seems to be
Both IBM and now EMC have recently touted their improved Case Management capabilities, so I thought it timely to take a look at this area in a little more detail
One of the more interesting and surprising things to emerge from last week's EMC World event in Boston was that the core Documentum Content Server has been repositioned into the xCP (Intelligent Case Management) product stack.