The Web CMS Report 2009 is bigger, better, and dare I say, badder than the fourteen previous editions.
Bigger, because we began coverage of two new WCM platforms: DotNetNuke and Telerik Sitefinity, both .NET-based alternatives to SharePoint for web publishing. Today's press release points out that many Web CMS vendors are trying to co-exist with Redmond and differentiate on SharePoint connectivity, with mixed results. But the second story here is the growth and expansion of other .NET-based WCM packages.
Better, because we continue to focus on key vendor intangibles, as well as assess the extent of genuine adoption of newfangled features and options (hint: generally slow, as you might expect).