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Although cloud washing is a plague in the IT world, a number of enterprise software vendors have succeeded in turning the ‘cloud’ buzzword into a valuable reality. This also applies to the field of enterprise content management, where established vendors are catching up after missing the first wave of cloud storage services such as Dropbox, Box.net and Google Docs.
Web content management (WCM) has changed. Until mid 2000, a WCM system allowed non-technical users to edit, manage and publish content to their website. Key features among the different products were elements such as interfaces and usability for content creators, content process features like workflows and approval and localisation processes, and the ability to integrate with other enterprise tools.
If you’re thinking of implementing a new website, you must have thought about adding some web analytics tools to measure success. This article tries to provide an overview of what web analytics can mean for your website, what kind of reports are available and how a web content management system can facilitate your analytics efforts.
Alfresco, the open source alternative for Enterprise Content Management (ECM) launched its Alfresco 4 Enterprise release last February. In this new release, Alfresco focuses on the end user by introducing major usability improvements, well-known social features and powerful mobile access.
Finding exactly what you’re looking for as quickly as possible – it makes perfect sense, doesn’t it? Companies everywhere are seeing their data growing and being saved in different sources and places, in different formats and with specific security settings. Finding the correct piece of information isn’t getting any easier and can mean lots of wasted search time.
Drupal is a success, there can be no doubt about that. Millions of websites are running on it. According to estimates, between five and ten million websites are powered by Drupal.
The evolution from railway tracks to guardrails
Modelling an unpredictable business process is impossible. Or is it? Learn more about Adaptive Case Management (ACM) in this article.
The Microsoft SharePoint platform has seen great uptake since its launch. Indeed, SharePoint is reportedly Microsoft’s fastest-growing server product in terms of revenue.
The new SDL Tridion 2011 has arrived at last! Since its acquisition by SDL in 2007, the Tridion platform has seen little in the way of innovation. But its product developers have been doing their homework. As a result, the platform has been completely renewed. Lots of features have also been added, once more making SDL Tridion the best of its breed.
At Amplexor, we are working with both commercial proprietary software and open source software for the realization of enterprise content management projects. Our expertise and neutrality towards both worlds explains why a lot of organisations turn to us to get advice about the respective pros and cons.
But last year or so, the number of inquiries on this specific topic seemed to be fading.