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A data breach could happen to anyone. Data managed by your company is valuable to someone, no matter what the data is. Everything has a price tag on the dark web. It is especially true when it is customer data, such as personal and payment card details. When your customers’ data turns...
Understanding the core objective is alone not enough to find greater success with content marketing. The reason very few marketers find their content marketing strategies effective is because of the lack of personalization. Content marketing is everywhere and it is not going away anyt...
SimpleECM is the only platform to offer a powerful combination of enterprise content management (ECM) services, capture solutions, and third-party business services providing simplified integrations and workflow development for solution providers. SimpleECM is opening the market to bus...
The digital age has forced a kind of dependency never before seen, a dependency on our inbox. The mere thought of losing these emails is inconceivable where the thought of it leaves us with a sense of panic, one similar to losing our credit cards or house key. Unfortunately, the potent...
Through the use of Synthetic APIs inventive companies are able to get the best information delivered to those who can act on it with speed and at massive scale. The next BriefingsDirect innovator interview examines the improved data use benefits at Thomson Reuters in London. Part of ...
Moore-Wilson is a British design and development agency, purveyors of "bespoke technology solutions". In other words, they're in charge of the full web app experience, from design and development to lifecycle maintenance. Their projects are mostly PHP-based, often using Drupal as a CMS...
Generally speaking there are two main types of Web CMS architectures: coupled and decoupled. Coupling refers to the relationship between the authoring tools and content delivery of your live site. In a coupled system, the underlying store for content serves both authoring and delivery....
As PR professionals we’ve all been there—a client or colleague enthusiastically asks, “Can you get us on Ellen?” or “How can we make this go viral?” With this in mind, I wanted to document some of the craziest, most absurd requests or assignments PR and social media professionals have ...
We’ve all known the person that believed they knew everything there was to know about topic X. In IT this person is so commonplace that I have wondered if there isn’t an advanced cloning device that spits them out on a daily basis. While this self confidence (or bravado, whichever) in ...
10gen wheeled out an enterprise edition of MongoDB this week as part of a new subscription level, certified for deployment on several operating systems and making good on why the company raised $42 million last year. The widgetry includes Kerberos authentication for security, reported...
This article is a summary of a seminar I attended on the key to an engaging presentation. Following up on my prior article, how to deliver effective demos, here are some guidelines how to deliver effective presentations. This is a summary of an excellent seminar I attended, given by T...
Let’s start with some acronym disambiguation. The term CMS can be used to denote Content Management Systems, Content Management Services, Change Management Systems or Configuration Management Systems in IT alone. Let alone the Calcutta Mathematical Society (it does exist, we checked)...
Poor benighted Kodak. It thinks its 1,100 patents, which it has to sell to pay off its creditors, are worth somewhere between $2.2 billion and $2.6 billion but was reportedly able to attract initial auction bids of only $500 million from bidders like the rival consortia led by Apple an...
EMC has $5.65 billion in cash in the bank and Bloomberg says it wants to buy security software houses with it to fuel growth. COO Joe Goulden told the wire service last month that security is the biggest area for potential acquisitions since the company already had “all the key par...
HP has introduced HP Configuration Management System 10, a broad update designed to give more types of IT leaders better insight and control over everything from discrete IT devices to complete services-enabled business processes. Especially important for the operational control of hy...
The federal judge who’s been minding Novell’s billion-dollar WordPerfect antitrust suit threw out its remaining claims Monday theoretically bringing the generation-old dispute dating to Windows 95 and the reign of Bill Gates to an end. Novell however says it’s going to appeal the ben...
Creating a Vulnerability Analysis is a quick and dirty calculation to help you begin the protection process. Nothing speaks to a business owner like the threat of losing money, losing customers, or losing employees. If you are tasked with "figuring it out", the following calculation is...
How well have you planned your content distribution on partner sites to help buyers? You have to fish where the fish are and often it is at another company's website. Providers need to make their content available that matches the buyer's steps at their partner's websites. If planni...
A start-up called Donuts Inc. says it’s raised more than $100 million in A round funding for the dubious purpose of becoming a registry for generic top-level domains (gTLDs) say like, maybe, .restaurant, .cleaning or .doctor that will be sold through other registrars like GoDaddy. Au...
With the goal of connecting the estimated 1 million Australians living abroad, the nonprofit organization, Advance, is using Tendenci content management system as a key component of its community engagement toolkit. Tendenci CMS, recently released as an open source product, is designed...
The great mid-May Facebook IPO has reportedly been delayed maybe until mid-June waiting on Mark Zuckerberg to wrap up whatever else is distracting him right now besides his billion-dollar Instagram acquisition or the $550 million patent deal with Microsoft, which also mean the company ...
Millions or even billions have been spent caring for tens of thousands of pregnant men in the U.K. For UK’s chronically underfunded National Health System, a few hundred million or a few billion is a very big deal. Especially given how easily this problem could have been prevented wi...
Houston Museum District Association has launched its new website, http://houstonmuseumdistrict.org, powered by Tendenci (www.tendenci.com) content management system (CMS). With Tendenci CMS, which was designed specifically for non-profits organizations (NPOs) and associations, Houston ...
In the last article in this series we covered WordPress, Joomla, Drupal, Magento, and b2evolution, five leading Content Management Systems. In this article we talk about the next five: Xoops, Seotoaster, e107, Concrete5, and Typo3. 6. Xoops Xoops (eXtensible Object Orientated Portal Sy...
A content management system (CMS) is a system facilitating efficient production of desired output by using managed content. The content may be text, images, graphics, documents, sound, video or other that can be managed in an electronic format. It is a software application used in uplo...
Content Management Systems (CMS) have become one of the most powerful Internet-related products. What once was a gadget for web developers and technology geeks is now a must-have tool for multiple business units. Because of the pace at which the world of Internet technology changes, an...
LONDON, February 20, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --
Some questions can never be answered; they can only be debated but we never get the solution to it. The same is the case for CMSs; people for years have been trying to find out which one is best for them and which is good to manage a website. Open source CMSs have had great success and...
IDC analysts predict that by 2020 there will be 15 quintillion files in existence. That kind of volume has brought us to a point where we are using a term like “exabyte” (and quintillion!) to describe how much data exists. How much of that data will your organization own and how will y...
Assessment of our Corporate Sustainability is often driven by a need to comply in order to achieve the tick in a box for tender activity but is this how it should be perceived? Surely implemented in the right spirit and with across the board buy-in, this buzz word strategy is a strong...
Box.net, the cloud-based content management company that’s seen $29.5 million in VC funding since it was started in a dorm room in 2005 by a couple of soon-to-be college dropouts – well, $14.5 million if you don’t count Mark Cuban’s angel capital – has gotten another $38 million in equ...
Enterprise Content Management (ECM) is a formalized means of organizing and storing an organization's documents, and other content, that relate to the organization's processes. The term encompasses strategies, methods, and tools used throughout the lifecycle of the content. Traditional...
Forty-percent of project managers cited poor communication as the leading cause if IT project failures. If everyone involved in your IT project doesn't know what they're working on, when it's due, how to get itdone and who the audience is, how can you possibly expect your project to su...
IBM has bought Datacap Inc, a document capture software vendor it’s partnered with for years. Terms were not disclosed. Companies use Datacap’s widgetry to extract unstructured data from stuff like invoices, claim forms and tax returns, reducing paper costs, eliminating manual errors a...
Swiss-based web content management (WCM) house Day Software Holding AG got bought Wednesday by Adobe for roughly $240 million (255 million Swiss francs). Adobe is now going to tender for its outstanding stock offering $131.53 a share cash (139 Swiss francs), a 59% premium compared to...
Mr. and Mrs. President Bashar al-Assad: At the tender age of 17 months my severely ill daughter Sofia, an American citizen, was abducted by her mother on Monday, July 26, in Istanbul, Turkey, and taken to Syria. I was informed yesterday by Sofia's mother that she will not be comi...
The BBC says that the stolen Green Dam snooping software that China tried last year to foist on all PC makers that wanted to sell boxes in the country is going down for the count. The Beeb quoted state-controlled reports that said the company let its Beijing team go for lack of gover...
Why should you reach out to that partner organization that has mastered email marketing and that Red Bull chugging, green-colored spiky haired young fella for your social media? They "get it" and you need them on your side. Knowing the weakness and blind spots in your marketing organiz...
Allscripts and Eclipsys have announced a definitive agreement to merge in an all-stock transaction valued at approximately $1.3 billion. The combination of Allscripts and Eclipsys will create a clear leader in healthcare information technology, with the most comprehensive solution offe...
Microsoft has signed a Joomla! Contributor Agreement (JCA), and there’s some of its code in the Joomla! 1.6 trunk. That’s Joomla! as in GPL project and, according to Microsoft, the second-biggest PHP application in the world. It’s a MySQL-based open source content management system...