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  • Liferay Announces Social Office 2.0 for the Enterprise

    Liferay Announces Social Office 2.0 for the Enterprise

    Liferay, Inc. announced today the launch of Social Office 2.0 Enterprise Edition (EE), the newest version of Liferay’s social collaboration solution for enterprise teams. Social Office 2.0 EE, the newest app available in Liferay Marketplace, equips users with an efficient means to collaborate with teams in their business units and to build a social network within their enterprise.

    By Bryan Ruby
    Posted December 12, 2012

  • Newly Released DotNetNuke 7.0 Upgrades Social CMS  and Enterprise Integration

    Newly Released DotNetNuke 7.0 Upgrades Social CMS and Enterprise Integration

    DotNetNuke Corp. (DNN), the company behind the most widely adopted Web Content Management Platform for Microsoft .NET, today announced general availability of its highly anticipated DNN 7.0 release.  DNN 7.0 intends to make creating and managing content-rich websites, social intranets and online communities easier than ever, with benefits for enterprises, web content editors, developers and web designers alike.

    By Bryan Ruby
    Posted November 28, 2012

  • Mimecast: Information workers becoming frustrated ‘Inbox workers’

    New research from Mimecast finds that the role of the inbox is changing as users spend more than half their working day using email

    Information workers’ reliance on email is turning them into ‘Inbox Workers’ who spend the majority of their time on email and shun social media at work, according to new research launched today by Mimecast®, the leading supplier of cloud-based email archiving, continuity and security for Microsoft Exchange, Hosted Exchange and Office 365.

    The research – the second in Mimecast’s Shape of Email series – surveyed 2,500 information workers in the US, UK and South Africa to explore the average employee’s attitudes to, and frustrations with, email. The report found that on average an information worker will use email for four hours per day; equivalent to more than 37 full 24-hour days over a working year, 111 working days, or 888 working hours.

    However, users are also frustrated by the limitations of email. Just one in four users report high levels of satisfaction with their email functionality and one in three expect email and social media to converge in the next five years.  It is clear that email needs to evolve if it is to cope with the demands of modern day Inbox Workers, who see email not just as a communications tool but as a file store, search engine and a collaboration platform.

    By RealWire
    Posted November 14, 2012

  • Microsoft and DotNetNuke Reach for the Clouds

    Microsoft and DotNetNuke Reach for the Clouds

    During the past couple years, it has been whispered to CMS Report that we needed to watch DotNetNuke's progress in two significant areas: social publishing and the Cloud. Last Spring we saw the DNN project make progress in this area with DotNetNuke 6.2 as a Social Content Management System (CMS) and yesterday when it was announced during DotNetNuke World that Microsoft and DotNetNuke have partnered to to offer its Social Content Management System (CMS) through Microsoft’s Windows Azure Cloud. The terms of the two parties agreement include an investment from Microsoft to support engineering, sales and marketing over the next four years. Additionally, Microsoft is providing technology assistance, as the two companies work together to build a world-class cloud offering. 

    By Bryan Ruby
    Posted October 12, 2012

  •  Movable Type 5.2 takes it to the next level

    Movable Type 5.2 takes it to the next level

    Movable Type, a world leading online publishing platform, released the most advanced version of their software today, Movable Type 5.2. Movable Type has been a leader in the blogging and web content manage industry since their launch in 2001.

    By CMS Report
    Posted September 27, 2012

  • Dethroned: Content Is No Longer King

    As social media reduces the need for people to visit blogs, search engines and smartphone apps are quickly replacing the need for people to read original content on websites. In this paradigm shift, the source of the content no longer matters as much as delivery of information. Good content may still have recreational value to the reader, but for marketers and content owners this shift in Internet culture will significantly impact their opportunity to reach out to consumers directly.


    By Bryan Ruby
    Posted August 06, 2012

  • Mailbag: Igloo Social Business Software Now Supports Multilingual Translation

    Yesterday afternoon, Christine from Igloo Software contacted me to dicuss a new version of their web-based social software geared toward business. This new release of Igloo is nicknamed Pearl. The Pearl release offers a number of new significant features including multilingual content, integrated social analytics, enhanced file sharing, and social content archving. I literally get hundreds of emails from companies announcing new products and services as well as upgrades of their products. I've…

    By Bryan Ruby
    Posted August 01, 2012

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