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Web Content Management Round-Up, October 2015

What’s new in Web Content Management? In this WCM Round-up we take a look at the Gartner’s WCM Magic Quadrant, discuss challenges of managing content in Higher Ed, contemplate Drupal 8 upgrade path, take note of the new OpenText partner program, dotCMS webinars and upcoming industry conferences… read more >

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Web Content Management Round-Up, June 2015

Web Content Management Round-Up covers major recent events and news in the web content management industry. In this month’s issue: Drupal 8 Security bug bounty program, Wimbledon and IBM partnership, HannonHill Cascade CMS 7.14 release, Umbraco Awards 2015, upcoming industry events… read more >

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Drupal Yorkshire

July 8, 2015. Leeds, UK. Event website: Drupal Yorkshire read more >

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Web Content Management Round-Up, May 2015

What’s new in Web Content Management? Adobe announces a strategic partnership with Microsoft. OpenText plans to cut its workforce by 5%. Appnovation Donates $30,000 to Drupal 8 Accelerate. Hippo releases Hippo CMS v10. Automattic Acquires WordPress Service Provider WooThemes. Mura CMS launches a Mura CMS Themes Competition… read more >

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Web Content Management Round-Up, April 2015

What’s new in web content management industry? TerminalFour won eight new university clients. eZ Systems is actively working on the new generation of its products: eZ Platform, eZ Studio, and eZ Studio+. CoreMedia announced CoreMedia v8. Blue River Interactive Group, the company behind Mura CMS (a Cold Fusion based Web Content Management System), announced Mura Experience Platform. HannonHill improves its… read more >

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Analyzing the 2013 Forrester Wave on WCM

With a copy of the new Forrester Wave™ on Web Content Management in hand this morning, I captured my reactions to the results, and to the changes since the last Wave™ in 2011. There were a few upward shifts (Adobe, Sitecore, Oracle), more downward movements (SDL, HP, OpenText, Ektron), as well as Acquia making its… read more >

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