CMS Report - Keyword: publishing

  • An API arrives with Omeka 2.1

    An API arrives with Omeka 2.1

    The Omeka team recently announced the release of Omeka 2.1. Omeka is a free, flexible, and open source web-publishing platform for the display of library, museum, archives, and scholarly collections and exhibitions. The focus of this new version of Omeka is interoperability with other systems by including an API for reading and writing information in your Omeka installation.

    By Bryan Ruby
    Posted: August 29, 2013

  • A Review of the Agility Magazine Publishing Suite

    A Review of the Agility Magazine Publishing Suite

    Last week, Agility officially announced the release of their new Agility Magazine Publishing Suite. The Magazine Suite is a cloud-based website publishing solution that is designed for online magazines and blogs. Over the past year, I've had a chance to watch Agility evolve and improve this new product and recently CMS Report completed a migration to Agility's Magazine Suite. In this article, I share my thoughts and experience with Agility's newest product.

    By Bryan Ruby
    Posted: November 12, 2012

  • Web Publishing Interviews by Michael Assad

    Michael Assad, the CEO and a co-founder of Agility, must have been one busy man with a video camera during this year's SXSW. Michael was able to interview a number of leaders in the Web publishing industry including people working for such groups as Time Inc., Hearst, BBC, the New York Times, and Al Jazeera. My two favorite interviews includes Michael's interview with Perry Solomon from Time Inc and his interview with Bill Adair from PolitiFact. One of my long standing criticisms of traditional…

    By Bryan Ruby
    Posted: March 15, 2012

  • Publisher Utilizes the Xtenit Content Management System

    Xtenit a leading provider of web, email, and ad management services in the cloud, announced today that Shelf Awareness, a successful, online only, B2B publisher in the book trade sector, has re-launched their website using the Xtenit web content management system. Xtenit provides an unique services platform for publishers that combines web content management, email publishing and ad serving. By tightly integrating the core services that publishers need to manage their online presence, Xtenit…

    By CMS Report
    Posted: November 30, 2010

  • F.A.Z. Selects the Polopoly Web Content Management Solution to Power All of Its Online Properties

    Reading UK— Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (F.A.Z), one of Germany’s largest newspapers, has signed an agreement with Atex to deploy the Polopoly Web content management solution across all of its properties including its main news website FAZ.NET, which averages 22 million visits and more than 116 million page impressions per month. F.A.Z chose the Atex solution after having carried out an extensive testing phase with many of the market vendors. Throughout the evaluation process Polopoly proved…

    By Keegan
    Posted: October 14, 2010

  • German website is live with Atex Polopoly Web Content Management System

    Reading, UK - Atex announces that Verlag Nürnberger Presse, the Nuremberg, Germany, media company, is live on the Atex Polopoly Web Content Management system. The go-live was part of the relaunch of, the online presence of "Nürnberger Nachrichten" and the "Nürnberger Zeitung". Verlag Nürnberger Presse chose the Atex Polopoly system because of its robustness, flexibility and scalability. The implementation includes a close integration between Polopoly and the Atex editorial system…

    By Keegan
    Posted: September 16, 2010

  • Micropayments for Content

    Rita McGrath at Harvard Business Review has written a blog post on why she hates micropayments.  Micropayments are financial transactions involving very small sums of money (see Wikipedia). For online publishing, a small fee would allow you to view the content for a certain period of time or for a certain number of articles. Personally, I'm not sold on the concept of micropayments for content which is probably why I was lured to Ms. McGrath's article in the first place. The idea has been…

    By Bryan Ruby
    Posted: February 23, 2010

  • and

    Is there anyone else disappointed that and now mirror each other in content?  In the past I've called this the CMS déjà vu phenomenon.  I'm not sure what to think about it.  No wait, I do know what I think about the two sites basically merging into one...I don't like it.  I really do miss the diversity in stories the two separate sites once offered.

    By Bryan Ruby
    Posted: August 29, 2007

  • Challenges of Blogging

    John Newton, Alfresco co-founder, is a man I have never met.  Regardless of this important fact, I feel like I have gotten to know a small part of him through his blog.  While Newton's blog may focus on Alfresco, his posts offers a wide range of insights on subjects such as commercial open source, content management,  enterprise software,  business processes, and information technology.  So if you have any idea of who I am through my own writings  it should be no surprise to you that I enjoy…

    By Bryan Ruby
    Posted: July 09, 2007

  • The CMS evolution and publishing revolution

    This is a fantastic article found on ZDNet UK not only about open source content management systems but the issues that traditional publishers are now facing in either competing or adopting with today's Web CMS.  The article is written by Mike Barrett and is titled, "CMS evolution, publishing revolution?".

    By Bryan Ruby
    Posted: May 30, 2007

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