Sue Marquette Poremba

Sue Poremba is a freelance writer based in Pennsylvania.


Articles by Sue Marquette Poremba


Marion Waldman began Albany, N.Y.-based iD8 Publishing Services in 2005. The company is a vendor for the educational publishing industry, providing a full range of services that take the customer through the early phases of production. An integral part of academic publishing is peer review, which ensures the quality and integrity of a book or journal. However, based on her past experiences, Waldman knew peer review is rarely an efficient process. A first-edition book project, for example, may require up to eight unique reviewers per chapter. Waldman wanted to find an efficient online system that could manage large amounts of qualitative data that could generate reports for authors.
Editorial/Case Studies - July/August 2010 Issue, Posted Jul 26, 2010
Many forces are impacting innovations in content management, including an increasing need for agility, the growth of social media, and globalization. This vibrant industry is responding to meet the expectations of organizations and their customers today and in the future.
Editorial/Feature - March 2010 Issue, Posted Mar 15, 2010
"Success is typically measured in small forward steps."
Editorial/Faces of Econtent - June 2009 Issue, Posted May 28, 2009
Take a closer look at Quark, Inc., one of the 12 companies that inspired the most banter among the EContent 100 judges during the voting process.
Editorial/Feature - December 2008 Issue, Posted Dec 01, 2008
There seems to be a never-ending list of companies experiencing data breaches, which can lead to the theft of information and even identity. Database security is a serious issue that affects every business or organization, and one of the most effective means of database security is good database auditing.
Editorial/Feature - October 2008 Issue, Posted Sep 25, 2008
Email has not just revolutionized the way we communicate, it has transformed the way we do business today. Along the way, it also added a significant layer of security risk. However, most corporations lack policies, much less solutions, to help mitigate the potentially costly problems of unmanaged email.
Editorial/Feature - Sept 2008 Issue, Posted Sep 01, 2008
Dynamic navigation provides an approach to search that strives to alleviate some of the frustration users experience when trying to locate essential information. Instead of assuming that all users will take the same path to get to an answer, dynamic navigation provides a variety of routes to information, often in ways that can change on-the-fly.
Editorial/Feature - June 2008 Issue, Posted May 19, 2008
Offering a variety of gateways to access—from the familiarity of a web browser to the hand-held reader in an easy chair-—ebooks are here to stay. However, as the market matures, they continue to change … and to change the way we think about their print counterparts.
Editorial/Feature - March 2008 Issue, Posted Mar 06, 2008
A closer look at Newstex, which doesn't add just any old blog to its network.
Editorial/Feature - December 2007 Issue, Posted Nov 14, 2007
A closer look at Siderean, which has developed a relational navigation approach using its own information platform system, Seamark, that is built around three basic principles: relationship, context, and participation.
Editorial/Feature - December 2007 Issue, Posted Nov 14, 2007
The trouble with streaming communications begins when you try to define it: Ask 10 different people, and you'll likely get 10 different answers. Whatever the definition, however, streaming offers teh world of business communication an exciting new medium to deliver its message.
Editorial/Feature - November 2007 Issue, Posted Nov 01, 2007
Right now, searching for an image relies on text, whether in the name of the image or somewhere in a description, which means the searcher is dependent on how an image is labeled. Search engines cannot “see” an image and report back based on description.
News/News Feature - September 2007 Issue, Posted Aug 24, 2007
A one-year global initiative may prove to be not only a vital step in developing a vaccine for avian flu and other viruses but also a revolutionary scientific method. A research team with members from the University of California, San Diego and the University of Hawaii, along with people in Japan, Korea, and China, will use bioinformatics, grid computing, and networking infrastructure to understand the molecular structure of the virus.
News/News Feature - June 2007 Issue, Posted May 29, 2007