Digital globalization may sound like a fairly obvious process to content leaders and owners who may therefore define it in a too narrow fashion, i.e. pushing content out to the world. Like for other business processes they should mind the gap between quick assumptions and fast execution. Digital globalization entails the deployment of content across multiple markets and a multitude of steps. So it must be managed holistically and precisely to be truly efficient.
NeoCore Inc., developer of the NeoCore XML Information Management System (XMS), has released NeoCore Insight, an information exploration tool that provides instant access to database information.
Posted Oct 11, 2002
Stellent, Inc., a provider of CM solutions, has announced the release of a content management product suite customized specifically for state and local egovernment initiatives.
MediaBin Inc. has announced the early availability of the MediaBin Content Connector for Microsoft .NET and Chuckwalla has announced Chuckwalla ContentConnect, integrating Chuckwalla with Microsoft Content Management Server 2002.
Posted Oct 01, 2002
This month we'll return to the topic of implementing a content management strategy and highlight three invaluable resources that will be of great assistance to you in achieving the best possible content management solution
Posted Sep 01, 2002
If, while envisioning this new CMS-empowered world, you are experiencing a feeling like the cavalry has just arrived, it's with good reason. Powerful tools can help you "liberate" your ever-growing store of content from its original context and format. CMS can enable the ikind of reusability that gets you closer to the goal of true multichannel publishing.
Posted Jul 01, 2002
Posted Jun 01, 2002
Content Management (CM) systems are a critical piece of infrastructure in today's enterprise. As Web sites have grown in size and importance, so has CM. Many corporate Web sites suffer from problems, such as non-standard presentation, inconsistency of content, nonexistent editorial process, content publication choke points, and the embedding of content in presentation. Large Web sites have this problem in spades. Without a CM system, handling—or better yet solving—these seemingly disparate problems becomes a nightmare.
Today, we find ourselves adrift in a sea of information. There's information all around us—on our hard drives, our organizations' databases, the Internet, printed documents, commercial publications, emails, subscription-based services—yet we're frustrated when trying to locate and use it.
Posted May 01, 2002
I was a judge for the annual awards of the UK Directory Publishers Association. This process highlighted the fact usability testing is extremely important.
Posted Apr 01, 2002
Predictions of consolidation in the Content Management (CM) vendor arena have appeared in nearly every major industry prognosis over the past two years. Gartner Group, for example, recently reiterated its prediction that half the CM vendors in existence in mid-2001 would leave the marketplace by the end of 2002. But the reports of CM's death have been greatly exaggerated because despite these consolidation predictions, the number of CM vendors has continued to rise.
There is not a single book on the shelf in my office with "intranet" in the title. However, there is a group of books that I refer to during consulting projects, or when preparing conference papers.
Posted Mar 01, 2002
While United Press International (UPI) and others news services have mechanisms for adding keywords and categorizing their content, UPI recognized a need to add more automation to the process. With the recent growth and improvement in tools for Computer-Aided Indexing (CAI), UPI undertook a process of looking at their needs and evaluating the many CAI tools out there. In the end, they chose technology from Montreal-based NStein Technologies.