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SDL pumps CEM with new 2013 WCM offering

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SDL accelerates Customer Experience Management with new release of SDL Tridion 2013 web content management

By ECM Plus staff

ECM Plus +++ SDL has just released SDL Tridion 2013, the new version of its web content management software for managing global online brands.

According to the company, the new version enables marketers to understand and create multi-channel digital experiences through enhancements to the SDL Tridion user interface, advanced workflow functionality that is built to support multi-asset content marketing and an integration framework, with “out-of-the-box” connectors that open up enterprise content repositories. Continue reading

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Seventh heaven for CoreMedia WCM

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WCM bellwether intros flexible, future-proof Web Content Management platform

By ECM Plus staff

ECM Plus +++ Web content management software vendor CoreMedia has just launched CoreMedia 7, the latest release of its WCM platform.

According to the company, Version 7 is designed to keep pace and thrive in the rapidly-changing business landscape that is driven by mobility, social engagement, on-demand technology and content-driven customer interactions.

With CoreMedia 7, both business and IT users can respond to the pressure to quickly deliver relevant and engaging content to their customers across multiple channels. Continue reading

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ISO ratifies web content accessibility standard

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W3C Web content accessibility guidelines become ISO/IEC International Standard

By ECM Plus staff

ECM Plus +++ A new ISO/IEC standard has been ratified that is set to increase accessibility for people with disabilities.

The new ISO/IEC 40500:2012, Information technology – W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0, will also make the Web more usable for all. Continue reading

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Flickr Killer? FSF backs MediaGoblin for free media sharing platform

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FSF backing MediaGoblin and StatusNet

FSF rallies support for GNU MediaGoblin to make media publishing free “as in freedom”

By ECM Plus staff

ECM Plus /London/ +++ The Free Software Foundation is backing the GNU MediaGoblin project’s fundraiser at http://mediagoblin.org/pages/campaign.html – a community-developed free – as in freedom – software that enables users to share their experiences through photos, videos, and audio in a decentralised way.

MediaGoblin ‘sidesteps’ current media-publishing gatekeepers, FSF said. Continue reading

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Free DDoS survival guide on how to keep content alive

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New guide from EFF – Keeping Your Site Alive – outlines how to keep content online in case of a Denial of Service Attack

By ECM Plus staff

ECM Plus /London/ +++ A new online guide from the Electronic Frontier Foundation outlines how website operators can fend off DDOS attacks and keep their sites alive and accessible. DDoS – Distributed Denial of Service attacks – the flooding websites with traffic in order to make them unavailable – have become an increasingly popular way to take down or block Internet content, EFF said. Continue reading

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Belgian DAM doyen bolsters SDL links in CXM move

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Belgians bolster DAM efforts

Retail client content project spurs firms in joint operations for customer satisfaction

By ECM Plus staff

ECM Plus /London/ +++ Ghent-based ADAM Software and SDL have just reaffirmed their partnership to offer customer experience to companies with large-scale e-commerce operations.

According to the two firms, the move builds on a national retail chain where SDL and ADAM Software carried out a seamless deployment of an online store containing hundreds of thousands of pieces of content. Continue reading

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CoreMedia outs WCM for media and ents markets

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CoreMedia launches new Web Content Management Solution for Media and Entertainment

By ECM Plus staff

ECM Plus +++ CoreMedia has launched a new software solution for the media and entertainment industries.

According to the company, CoreMedia Solution for Media and Entertainment boasts web content management for broadcasters, publishers and media portal providers to create and deliver highly optimised and contextual experiences for their online audiences. Continue reading

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Web accessibility course launched for Equality Act compliance

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Web Accessibility Essentials e-learning course now available for compliance with disability laws

By PAUL QUIGLEY

ECM Plus +++ The digital world can be as difficult to navigate as the built environment for disabled people. The Equality Act 2010 means organisations are now legally obliged to ensure that all their IT channels and applications are accessible to disabled people – both internally and externally – who may use a variety of access devices and equipment. Failure to comply is also a criminal offence under the terms of the Disability Discrimination Act 1995 (as amended). Continue reading

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Power to the people: Firm urges delegation of content creation via WCM

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Today’s web content management systems must encourage and empower site owners to delegate content creation and management responsibilities

By ECM Plus staff

ECM Plus +++ For years, the creation and management of web content fell under the auspices of one or two individuals within an organization. They may have been marketing managers, IT managers, or the once-ubiquitous “webmasters”. The advent of web content management systems (WCMS) changed all of that years ago, but many companies and organizations still rely on a disproportionately small number of staff to keep their website content moving. Continue reading

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Sitecore partners Cogapp in content management expansion

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Cogapp partners Sitecore

CMS now proffers wider experience management features

BY ECM PLUS STAFF

ECM Plus +++ Cogapp has just become a new official partner of Sitecore.

According to the company, the new partnership sees Cogapp’s team of Sitecore Certified Developers about to deliver an ambitious projects using Sitecore. Continue reading

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Kentico gives web content management marketing muscle

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Beta release with integrated customer experience management

By ECM Plus staff

ECM Plus +++ Web content management system vendor Kentico Software has just taken the wraps off its new beta version of Kentico CMS 6 which now boasts a new product line – Kentico Enterprise Marketing Solution. Continue reading

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Web content firm releases Ektron V8.5

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Ektron takes wraps off V8.5. Image: Alex Dunne

New web content management platform offers range of new features

By ECM Plus staff

ECM Plus +++ Ektron has just launched a new web content management software app. Version 8.5 claims to offer new developer productivity and enterprise scalability.

Bill Rogers, CEO for the company said: “8.5 sets the standard for enterprise scalability with key new components including a 3-tier architecture and new search platform.”  Continue reading

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Joomla releases 1.7, revs up open source cycle

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Joomla! 1.7 CMS unveils 1.7 with security tools

By ECM Plus staff

ECM Plus +++ Open source content management software specialist Joomla has just taken the wraps off the latest version 1.7 of its CMS offering.

The main updates in this version include search options, a defence against form manipulation and language-specific font settings. Continue reading

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Sitecore proffers virtual venue for marketing apps

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Apps-fest for web content management marketeers

Application enables access to web applications without complex tech challenges

By ECM Plus staff

ECM Plus +++ Sitecore has just taken the wraps off a new online marketplace of on-demand applications, services, and integration developed for its so-called ‘Customer Engagement Platform’.

According to the Danish-based firm, their new App Centre claims to add value to web content management and digital marketing initiatives with pre-integrated apps. Continue reading

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Sitecore acquires partner in print media push

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Sitecore acquires Pectora to bridge gap between print and digital

By ECM Plus staff

ECM Plus +++ Sitecore has just acquired the development team and the intellectual property of Pectora, a Sitecore technology partner offering web publishing for integration with print-based projects.

According to the company, the combination of the two firms will bring together print and web design to offer print media including brochures, catalogues and magazines. Continue reading

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Hoolie as Irish web content management surrounds in 7.1

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7.1 surrounds Web Content Management in new Site Manager

TERMINALFOUR boost automated migration with latest release of WCM software

BY PAUL QUIGLEY

ECM Plus +++ Dublin-based web content management bellwether TerminalFour has just taken the wraps off its next version of Site Manager.

According to the Irish softwar firm, Site Manager 7.1 now boasts major overhauls to its automated migration capabilities and importation tools. Continue reading

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Bitrix forges ahead with assault on CMS space

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Bitrix: forging ahead within communities

Bitrix .NET Forge CMS – a new content management system with a community edition

By ECM Plus staff

ECM Plus +++ According to software giant Bitrix, the new .NET Forge CMS is a website CMS for developers who, as they put it ‘know and love .NET’ technology.

The company said the new product includes a free Community edition and a Professional edition with e-commerce capabilities. Continue reading

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Jahia hones sixth sense with latest UberCMS

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Jahia now boasts myriad new features

V 6.5 enterprise content management system is first zero-coding user experience composition, bridging web, portal, social, search, mobile, and content management, with a single composite platform

BY PAUL QUIGLEY

ECM Plus +++ Jahia, provider of open source CMS has just taken the wraps off Version 6.5, in what it claims is ‘the first open source, zero-coding, next-generation CMS’, boasting a raft of new features with enterprise capabilities.

V6.5 now bridges web, portal, social, search, mobile user experience, and content management, with a single composite platform. Continue reading

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Mancunian boffins tap Irish techies for web content expansion

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Mancunians join with Irish in WCM move

TERMINALFOUR Wins £100,000 Web Content Management Deal with Manchester Metropolitan University

By ECM Plus

ECM Plus +++ Irish WCM bellwether TERMINALFOUR has just won a £100,000 contract to provide its web content management system and services to Manchester Metropolitan University.

MMU has more than 52,000 student applications for undergraduate courses starting in 2011.

TERMINALFOUR Site Manager will be used to support the development and maintenance of over 100 websites and replace a number of disparate content management systems currently used in the university. Continue reading

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Web content management takes to the clouds

pTools proffers web content management for cloud computing

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By ECM Plus staff

ECM Plus +++ WCM software vendor pTools has launched a new cloud-based version of System6. According to the Irish firm, it offers enterprise-level websites.

Keith Wood, CEO of pTools said: “It provides extensive functionality on-cloud or on-premise that’s easy to use and easy to scale.”

Added Wood: “When setting up a CMS online you typically buy the software, spec the servers, install, configure, and put the servers in a data centre. You then add firewall boxes and routers, sign a hosting and bandwidth agreement, put it all online and pay annual support and maintenance for hardware, software and so on. With a cloud solution, you just turn it on and start straight away – no upfront hardware or IT support costs, and no hassle.”  Continue reading

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Mobile: the real deal for web content vendors?

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Hands-on: mobile calling for web content vendors via HTML5?

Web content management vendors are making only halting moves towards mobile-enabling applications

By ECM Plus staff

ECM Plus +++ Web content management vendors need to apply significant resources to mobile services over the next year, according to The Real Story Group.

In new research by their analysts, it states that many Web CMS tools can generate outputs for different mobile formats, often via functionality that renders alternate templates for different devices. Continue reading

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Open Text touts new web content release for smarter marketing mashsup

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Marketing meets mobile in mashup manouvres

Behemoth content giant touts marketing enhancements to offer a richer web experience with new version of Web Experience Management

By ECM Plus staff

ECM Plus +++ OpenText has made a raft of new enhancements to the rich media handling capabilities of Web Experience Management offerings, giving marketers new tools for captivating global audiences with visually appealing content and dynamic, interactive content across the web and for mobile devices, the company said. Continue reading

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Hi-Ho Silver Lining? EpiServer goes glam with platform reboot

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Rise of the Cloud: Even Wilhelm Reich would be proud...

New ‘Platform-as-a-service’ PaaS model shortens time to ‘cicks;for online marketers, digital agencies and developers

By ECM Plus

ECM Plus +++ EPiServer has launched a cloud version of its CMS.

The company now claims tjat its content management software is packaged and hosted on EPiServer’s Everweb service, a web-based combination of EPiServer CMS and EPiServer Composer.

According to the company, this new method is an interactive version with a new focus for marketers and for web developers.  Continue reading

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Eight into four does go as ECM partners pack into Terminal Four

TerminalFourDublin’s TERMINALFOUR inks 8 new partners to its worldwide programme as demand for WCM continues to rise

By ECM Plus staff

ECM Plus +++ Irish web content management bellwether TerminalFour has signed up another eight new partners to its Advantage Partner Programme since the beginning of 2011 to support its international growth plans.

New kids on the block include New City Media in the USA, GamCom in Britain, System
Dynamics in Ireland and HiTech in Bahrain. Continue reading

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