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Control the Chaos

By |December 22nd, 2014|News, Technology|Comments Off on Control the Chaos

Mark your calendars today to plan on attending the Association for Information and Image Management (AIIM) conference on March 18-20, 2015 in sunny San Diego, California. This unique moment in time when the acceleration of technology change is forcing organizations to reinvent themselves, new approaches are needed. You can find those at the AIIM Conference 2015 and help your organization embrace the chaos.

Internal Strategy

By |March 27th, 2014|Business strategy, News, search|Comments Off on Internal Strategy

Organizational intranets are a major part of internal communications around the world. The responsibility for posting is housed in various locations, e.g., communications, information technology, human resources, and even the executive offices. There seems to be no standardization in technology or content management. What many do not realize is internal communications is far more than controlling the rumor mill or sharing the latest human resources policy. It is about strategy.

The Challenges of Search

By |April 4th, 2013|News, search|Comments Off on The Challenges of Search

A new software product by BloomReach, Dynamic Duplication Reduction (DDR), seeks to resolve a constant challenge – duplicate content issues on web sites.

Learn More About Content Management

By |March 22nd, 2013|News, Term lists|Comments Off on Learn More About Content Management

The DITA Content Management Strategies conference has added Carl Yao, CSOFT’s Executive Vice President for Global Strategy, to their roster of presenters. The convention is […]

Webnodes Releases Version 4.0

By |July 18th, 2012|News, semantic|Comments Off on Webnodes Releases Version 4.0

Webnodes has released Version 4.0 of their .NET based semantic content management system. The new release offers performance and scalability improvements, updated e-mail marketing module, and overhaul of the content editing experience for editors. The number of content objects the system can comfortably handle has increased.