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  • SiteSupra Open Source Edition Released Today

    SiteSupra Open Source Edition Released Today

    SiteSupra, a hosted CMS and website builder, has now released their software as an open source CMS and development framework. SiteSupra Open Source Edition brings a new dimension to the web development market, as an open source product that may be hosted outside SiteSupra's own servers.

    By Bryan Ruby
    Posted February 17, 2015

  • Docebo Raises $3 Million to fuel North American Expansion

    Docebo has raised $3 Million in growth equity from Klass Capital to accelerate the growth of its SaaS enterprise E-Learning platform. This is Docebo’s second venture backed financing round, originally funded by a leading Italian Venture Capital firm Principia SGR.

    By Bob Little
    Posted February 14, 2015

  • Five Key IT Security Trends For 2015

    Five Key IT Security Trends For 2015

    Ian Kilpatrick, chairman Wick Hill Group, specialists in secure IP infrastructure solutions, looks at five key IT security trends and solutions for 2015: 1. Rise in security breaches The current high level of security breaches, from the largest organization down to the smallest, will continue unabated. What will also grow in 2015 will be the acceptance that security breaches are pretty well unavoidable for the majority of organizations. Companies will need to change their approach to security…

    By RealWire
    Posted February 04, 2015

  • IT usage report shows cloud-based apps are a reality in the enterprise

    Centrix Software, a leading expert in workspace management, today revealed results of its latest IT end-user report. The cloud-based application usage research shows that cloud-based apps are a reality in the enterprise, with nearly 90% of today’s organisations using them. However, it’s also highlighted there’s still much confusion around how the move to the cloud should be prioritised, which app types are most suitable, who pays for cloud apps, and what the top risks are.

    By RealWire
    Posted January 30, 2015

  • Akamai Q4 2014 State of the Internet - Security Report

    Summary: Number of DDoS attacks nearly doubled in a year Expanded global DDoS traffic sources Nearly half of all DDoS attacks used multiple attack vectors AMSTERDAM. - January 29, 2015  - Akamai Technologies, Inc, the leading provider of cloud services for delivering, optimizing and securing online content and business applications, today announced the availability of the Q4 2014 State of the Internet - Security Report. The report is produced by Akamai's Prolexic Security…

    By RealWire
    Posted January 29, 2015

  • What is the Weakest Link in Network Security?

    What is the Weakest Link in Network Security?

    Companies and their IT departments must focus on proactive techniques in order to meet future security risks head on. Relying on traditional preventative software alone can no longer be a company's only option when it comes to data breaches and other malicious network security attacks.

    By Rick Delgado
    Posted January 29, 2015

  • DNN Continues the Journey Beyond Web Content Management with Evoq 8

    DNN Continues the Journey Beyond Web Content Management with Evoq 8

    The first time I heard the mention of customer experience management was at CMS Expo 2012. In one of the sessions, Robert Rose spent much of his time at the Expo warning the audience that content management systems need to do more than just content management. Rose believed experience management needed to be given a higher priority over web content management. Yesterday, DNN announced with Evoq 8 they are now ready to "move beyond web content management" and enable "marketers to publish, personalize, and measure content anywhere online". The improvements in Evoq 8 are focused on today's marketing needs for better customer engagement. 

    Evoq 8 allows DNN to introduce to its customers integration with cloud content repositories, real-time personalization, content analytics, and advocacy marketing capabilities. To be honest, many of these features and improvements in Evoq 8 are features we have seen in other modern content management platforms. This is why some critics have suggested that "DNN is making this transition rather late in the game, at a point when there are a number of tools for content marketing". The criticism is understandable, but the term "late" to describe Evoq 8 or DNN is inaccurate.

    By Bryan Ruby
    Posted January 28, 2015


 

 


 

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