Whither IBM?

  • 18-Sep-2002

IBM's recent announcement that it was finally integrating it's "Content Manager" application (an established collection of mostly DM and imaging tools) with its WebSphere portal offering prompted some observers to claim that Big Blue was finally staking a claim in the Web Content Management space. We don't think so -- at least not yet. The integration (actually planned for later this Autumn) really just puts a newer, Web face on Content Manager, something its competitors have had for some time. We believe IBM will continue to play the field with WCM partnerships designed to push IBM's core DB and Appserver products, well into 2003...
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