On its website, CMS vendor RedDot (now an Open Text subsidiary) points out that 3 years ago we lauded their CMS product for its localization and authoring capabilities. Well, we learn over time as we talk to more customers. And products change over time -- or rather don't always change with the times. So it is with RedDot CMS, whose European customers tell us that its localization capabilities are aging, and its globalization facilities surprisingly underdeveloped. It will be interesting to see whether RedDot can make needed usability improvements over the next year while it tries to reconcile codebases with Open Text's other WCM and ECM tools, and still upgrade its back-end to .NET. You can find more details in The CMS Report.