Beware the End-of-Year Budget Rush

  • October 18, 2013

Coming upon Q4, our subscribers sometimes ask for advice about the surprisingly common dilemma of use-it-or-lose-it budgeting. Specifically, "We have budget funds we need to spend, or at least obligate, before the year is out." Just Don't Do It

What is the best CMS?

  • January 28, 2013

When Maslow penned his famous hierarchy of needs, it was all basically revolving around convenience and comfort desired by human beings: in food, sex, creativity, confidence, family, etc. The Web CMS world is not much different

What watching Top Gear can teach the technology buyer

  • December 13, 2012

If you've not seen the UK show (or the local variants that exist in the US, Australia, and Germany), one of the regular features is to set a timed lap in a vehicle as part of a review. Same track, same(ish) driver, and therefore a reasonable comparison on performance.

There are some lessons here for technology buyers.

Twelve Predictions for 2013

  • December 4, 2012

Each year around this time, all the Real Story Group analysts get together to partake in some crystal-ball gazing about where the content technology market will head in the next year.

Here are our collective predictions for 2013:

What Are Your Big Challenges for 2013?

  • November 21, 2012

This is the time of year when we start to look back and reflect on the past twelve months and begin to look forward to what's next. As some you know, in addition to our premium research and associated advisory sessions, some of our subscribers ask us to assist them in a more hands-on consultative engagement

A One Track Mind and Drupal's scarce talent pool in Europe

  • November 15, 2012

Beyond the age-old debate between open source and proprietary software communities, one truism has persisted over the years: when there is one technology platform dominates in any market for any sizable period, we all suffer

When Your Boss Says Cloud-First

  • November 1, 2012

There's a growing misconception that cloud is an end in itself, rather than a means to end. That never bodes well