Digital Experience Platform
What if we could do simple "tasting notes" for certain WCM vendors, like wine critics do? What would we say? Quite tongue-in-cheek, here's a sampling
Major forces are buffeting the Web Content & Experience Management (WCM) marketplace, and key vendors and open source players are tacking in different directions in response. Some are expanding the scope of functionality, others are narrowing their focus, while others simply sail on like it's still the good old days.
The three platforms seem quite similar on the surface. They are all headquartered in continental Europe, follow a commercial open source model, and can boast longstanding (and comparatively loyal) customer and developer bases. From there, though, the three projects diverge substantially
In version 21.2 of our Web Content and Experience Management (WCXM) evaluation report, weâ€™ve updated evaluations of Alfresco, Hippo, Enonic, and Sitefinity. Hereâ€™s a quick rundown of whatâ€™s happening with these vendors and their Web CMS products:
This seems to be a season of "proposals" by open source vendors to attach pieces of their code to a larger foundation. It sounds promising, but the benefits for you the customer could remain far off
It's one of those elusive dreams of web content management: a completely metadata-driven publishing model. Especially when there's lots of content, and a variety of sites or channels targeting different audiences. Wouldn't it be great if content more or less automatically found its way to the right places?
Bluenog, an upstart web content management company, continues to make waves. But not always the kind of waves they'd like
At CMS Watch we evaluate an awful lot of products, and making sense of all this research can be a challenge.
Spring is here, and, as in Autumn, this means new products released and new version numbers
The Dutch government has announced the new website www.rijksoverheid.nl, and has chosen Hippo CMS 7
Perhaps not an image you'd want lingering in your mind, but yes, in software, you can get a Hippo in drag
After participating in the first day of the Gilbane San Francisco conference yesterday, here some short observations in no particular order
The fragmentation of the global Web Content Management technology space continues unabated, although we see significant regional differences. In Europe