June 2002 Issue


News Features

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Featured Stories

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.
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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.
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Columns

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