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EPiServer, a provider of multichannel digital marketing and e-commerce software, announced the availability of EPiServer 7 CMS, a content management system that allows marketers and editors to create content that works across channels. Businesses can optimize their online presence for conversions and results by delivering a consistent customer experience across mobile, tablet, and desktop screens from one platform.

Posted Oct 31, 2012

ActiveStandards, a website quality management (WQM) platform introduced Standards Hub, a new component of the ActiveStandards service which enables users to create website standards documents in minutes. The automated tool guides web managers through the creation of website standards documentation online, reducing the time, cost, and complexity of creating and maintaining a comprehensive website standards library.

Posted Oct 16, 2012

The World Wide Web has forever changed the way companies of all sizes do business. From the smallest mom-and-pop shop to the largest enterprise, the internet has not only made it easier for companies to grow, but it has added new concerns. To be sure, the web is the great equalizer. In the past, only a select few corporations operated on a global scale, but the web has made it possible for organizations in Peoria, Ill., to sell goods and services to those in Prague. While leveraging the web to deliver the right information to the right people at the right time may seem relatively straightforward, it is not.

Posted Oct 15, 2012

HarperCollins Publishers announced it will roll out a new global publishing system. Global Product Manager, developed in partnership with Publishing Technology, will enable HarperCollins to unify editorial, marketing and business data around the world. By integrating systems and assets across the globe, the new centralized system will provide the company with the infrastructure needed to maximize its extensive catalogue of books, e-books, and apps.

Posted Oct 11, 2012

These days, having a good digital strategy has become a business staple for successful publishers. Hearst Magazines has not shied away from this challenge, making it a priority to keep up with its technology-driven readership by creating both websites and mobile sites for its brands and their content. But even with all of its efforts, Hearst realized it needed to find a publishing solution that would not only provide a more efficient way to publish content to multiple venues, but would also streamline its workflow process.

Posted Oct 03, 2012

WoodWing Software announced the release of version 8 of its multi-channel publishing system Enterprise, including the editorial management application Content Station. With version 8, WoodWing has made extensive changes to the architecture of its publishing system, ensuring it will meet future publishing industry requirements. New communication protocols JSON and AMF have been added to the core.

Posted Sep 27, 2012

Mag+ went live with version 4.0 of its digital publishing platform. Major enhancements to Mag+ include its support for Apple iOS 6, and for publishing to Android smartphones and iPhone, including to the brand new iPhone 5.

Posted Sep 20, 2012

GENWI announced that FLOODGATE, and the partners of ELEVATION PARTNERS, spearheaded by Mike Maples, Jr. and Roger McNamee respectively, have invested in GENWI's vision and cloud-based mobile content management system.

Posted Sep 20, 2012

MarkLogic Corporation, provider of the enterprise NoSQL database, introduced MarkLogic 6, a product designed to make it faster and easier for organizations to generate reliable, scalable, and secure Big Data results. The product includes new tools for faster application development, powerful analytics, and visualization widgets for greater insight, and the ability to create user-defined functions for fast and flexible analysis of huge volumes of data.

Posted Sep 17, 2012

Creating and disseminating content is getting easier every day. There are countless free and premium tools ready to help you get your information on the web. As the volume of web content continues to grow, however, users are becoming more selective about the sources they rely on-and engaging an audience isn't nearly as easy as putting out content.

Posted Sep 17, 2012

CMS projects fail. The majority don't go according to the plan. Very few are representative of a truly successful web content and experience management system implementation. Others just never take off.The software has been purchased, training conducted, iterations started, but there's still nothing to show to the executive sponsors. A year goes by, and frustrations build up. Integrators come and go, and consultants are parachuted in to put out fires. Internally, the organization loses hope of ever seeing any useful output from the CMS and declares it dead. Champagne, anyone?

Posted Sep 11, 2012

MSNBC (now known as NBC News) has learned to embrace analytics and social media to help drive traffic to its various properties, and if you're smart, you should be doing the same thing with your websites.

Posted Sep 04, 2012

Are the web content management systems (WCMs) that many digital publishers and web content producers use today outdated? Yes, according to a new report authored by Mountain View, Calif.-headquartered market research and analysis firm Frost & Sullivan, entitled "Web Content Management Systems: So Five Years Ago."

Posted Aug 08, 2012

Automattic, the company behind web publishing platform WordPress, announced the expansion of its VIP Featured Partner Program to include interactive agencies. The company will also expand to new platform partners, such as Facebook and Flipboard. By expanding the VIP program, these partners will be able to promote their services and features to large-scale sites, including top media companies, sports leagues, and Fortune 500 companies.

Posted Aug 02, 2012

Cloud content management company, SpringCM, announced the launch of Business Sync, an advanced file sync system. The company believes that with Business Sync, it will provide businesses with a high level of control and security for content located in a cloud. It will also provide increased controls to an organization with more freedom to share content.

Posted Jul 25, 2012

Magnolia announced the company will be offering a preview of its new Magnolia CMS 5.0 at the Magnolia Conference in September. According to the company, Magnolia CMS 5.0 will be focused on an entirely new user interface, where content is created and edited with customizable apps.

Posted Jul 18, 2012

With more than 6,500 employees, a number of locations, and a broad mandate, managers at Dartmouth-Hitchcock health care system are responsible for a steady and diverse stream of projects at any given time. Dartmouth-Hitchcock's interim director of content and publications, communications and marketing, Ryan Newswanger, supervises a wide range of short and long-term web projects at any given time. His team was using a content management system and basic project management software to keep track of the team's activities, but was struggling to keep projects on track and on time. Newswanger felt his team constantly risked missing deadlines. He decided that deeper insights were needed into the entire scope of the projects he managed in order to better meet deadlines, but also to set realistic goals and project requirements.

Posted Jul 13, 2012

Tiki announced the release of Tiki 9.0, the latest version of Tiki Wiki CMS Groupware. The company says this latest version of Tiki will have a number of new features, architectural enhancements, and will fix bugs from the previous version.

Posted Jun 27, 2012

Critical Mention, a provider of media intelligence, announced the debut of AllMedia, a platform designed to allow clients to collect and curate user-generated video content as well as provide analytics for that content. This new platform will include millions of online information sources as well as cloud-based tools for users.

Posted Jun 25, 2012

Allen Press announced the company's online journal hosting platform, Pinnacle, will now feature mobile optimization, called Pinnacle for Mobile. Publishers will now be able to present content across all major mobile platforms while controlling access from the institution out to the end users and their devices. Content can be displayed on iOS, Android, and RIM.

Posted Jun 21, 2012

Doo has announced the beta launch of a cloud-based service which the company says can collect data from multiple sources while it organizes and stores the date in a single secure place. By storing data in one location, the company believes companies will have less clutter to look through while searching for documents. The app is now available for download for OS X while the iOS and Android apps will be ready for download in a few weeks. Once the apps are available for Android, Doo's app can be fully integrated with Google Docs.

Posted Jun 18, 2012

The largest blogging platform in the UK, OverBlog, has announced a new platform which the company says will bring together the various social media postings of bloggers into one live stream. By bringing together the aggregated posts from a variety of social platforms, including blogs, the platform will enable bloggers to assemble their postings in one location.

Posted Jun 18, 2012

Both KnowledgeLake and Kiefer Consulting are very much involved in working with SharePoint users and the two companies have announced a partnership to give SharePoint customers enhanced document management. KnowledgeLake provides electronic capture and workflow solutions to SharePoint users while Kiefer provides business solutions to users. This joint venture will enable Kiefer customers to extend their SharePoint capabilities to include full document imaging, records management and web content management capabilities.

Posted Jun 13, 2012

Online and mobile presentation app maker Brainshark has announced new features and enhancements for its Slideshark Team Edition, which is used to share PowerPoint presentations on the iPad. The company says the most significant of the changes will be multi-user access to team content and storage through a folder system which will allow team members to manage, organize, track, and delete content as needed.

Posted Jun 11, 2012

Gladson, a provider of syndicated consumer packaged goods, product images and content, has announced the availability of a new service offering called "e-Content Made Easy." The company says this will provide manufacturers with solutions for managing the creation, hosting and deliver of econtent.

Posted Jun 06, 2012

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