There have been speculation and rumors about CrownPeakâ€™s sale or merger, especially since longtime competitor Clickability is now on its third owner
As the Web CMS marketplace pendulum has swung from content management to experience management over the past few years, we've seen a greater emphasis on "coupled" architectures. That's not always a good thing
In a webinar I led earlier this week, I talked about the latest developments in WCXM (Web Content & Experience Management) marketplace and trends. Not surprisingly, one of the topics hit a nerve with many and spurred a slew of follow-up questions. The hot trend was around how SaaS/Cloud Web CMS vendors continue to struggle, with rare exceptions, despite broader organizational adoption of cloud-based technologies in the enterprise
Updated WCXM Evaluations of Adobe, CoreMedia, CrownPeak, e-Spirit, eZ Systems, Limelight Networks, and OmniUpdate
As we release version 21.4 of our Web Content and Experience Management (WCXM) research, I wanted to give you a quick rundown of the latest developments of seven vendors we included in this update
Every few years, someone declares one type of Web Content Management (CMS) software on the verge of "liftoff," to take over the entire space. Early last decade, people tried to convince me that open source was going to dominate the world "by 2005."
This month's update to our Web CMS Report evaluations offers the latest critiques of nine web content management vendors:
Developers know that Integrated Development Environments (IDEs) go a long way in improving productivity and shortening time to market. Some vendors in the marketplaces we cover ship with their own proprietary IDEs, while many others use a plugin to (or otherwise extend) the popular Eclipse or Visual Studio IDEs
A recent trend in Web Content Management is publishing to social networks -- Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, et. al. -- out of your Web CMS. Not surprisingly, some of the hosted CMS vendors are more advanced here
At CMS Watch we evaluate an awful lot of products, and making sense of all this research can be a challenge.
Earlier this week, I blogged about ECM and Open Source -- and the different landscapes buyers will encounter in the Enterprise Content Management marketplace versus the Web Content Management marketplace. I think there's a similar paradigm when it comes to SaaS
Recently, I was alerted to TechVibes' news that Marqui was in receivership...
Software-as-a-Service has an especially strong case in the area of Digital Asset Management, where the buyer is often a marketing manager or creative team with a fixed monthly budget and little to no IT support. But not all SaaS is created equal
"Recycling" information (a.k.a., "content reuse") is a critical goal for most content management systems. On this Earth Day 2008, I thought it appropriate to share another green movement that's emerging in the content management industry