Prolifics, an end-to-end systems integrator specializing in IBM technologies,
today announced that it continues to offer companies an easy transition to
Lotus Web Content Management (WebCM).
In today's fast-paced business environment, organizations must have the
ability to effectively manage content to applications and business processes.
IBM Lotus Web Content Management is a sophisticated Web content management
product designed to accelerate development and delivery of critical business
information across enterprises.
With over 30 WebCM customers to date, Prolifics' certified experts can
execute or transition companies to a Lotus Web Content Management environment
to enable collaboration for content creation, approvals, management,
retention, and publishing across Internet, intranet, and extranet assets.
Prolifics also has deep expertise migrating to WebCM from oth... (more)
In corporate environments, being able to integrate with existing systems is
of extreme importance. Due to its nature, the open source development
methodology forces software developers to be prepared to interoperate and
integrate with whatever is already there. This is a big difference from the
more traditional black box software mentality, and a huge benefit for
enterprise customers. In this session, Hippo CTO Arjé Cahn will introduce
Hippo CMS, an Open Source Enterprise Content Management system, and dive into
the details of fitting a CMS into your environment.
Arjé Cahn is ... (more)
Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 is repeating history as it mimics the
allure and pitfalls of Lotus Notes, according to research released by CMS
Watch, an independent analyst firm that evaluates content technologies.
SharePoint exploits traditionally underserved collaboration needs for
information workers laboring within Office tools, and fulfills a common
desire to easily create disposable workspaces, CMS Watch found.
Like Notes in a previous decade, IT often embraces SharePoint as a simple
answer to myriad business information problems. But the platform can morph
into a... (more)
Kentico software has just released a major upgrade to its web content
management solution. Kentico CMS 3.0 now supports Visual Studio 2008,
allowing developers to build powerful Web 2.0 sites.
Kentico CMS 3.0 now supports development in both Visual Studio 2005 and 2008.
The administration interface now also supports Safari 3.0, allowing Mac OS
users to edit content. The new version introduces many improvements,
including new Booking system and Geomapping modules, AJAX image gallery and
support for Authorize.NET and PayPal payment gateways.
The new modules include:
The new Booking... (more)
Minerva Infotech has launched a custom Content Management System (CMS).
Minerva Infotech CMS 1.0 is used to create, edit, manage, and publish content
in a consistently organized fashion. The content management may include
computer files, image media, audio files, video files, electronic documents
and web content.
PHP, MYSQL, and Apache were used for this CMS, and Minerva Infotech also
worked on the open source code - Wordpress, Oscommerce, Drupal, PHPBB,
Forums, PHPList, Zencart, and CRELoaded.