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  • New Version of DNN’s Evoq Social Introduces Group Spaces and Group Directory

    New Version of DNN’s Evoq Social Introduces Group Spaces and Group Directory

    SAN MATEO, CA--(March 4, 2014) - DNN, whose award-winning marketing solutions power hundreds of thousands of websites and a large number of communities worldwide, today released the latest version of Evoq Social, an online community solution that fosters and enhances conversations among customers, employees, partners and prospects. The new version ships with an enhanced set of features and options for deploying social groups, encouraging conversations and enhancing collaboration.

    Evoq Social’s group capabilities have been enhanced. Now called Group Spaces, this feature provides more tools for group owners, community managers and administrators to help members discover new groups, along with ways to invite new members via notifications or email. A new Group Directory allows groups to be searched, created, tagged and moderated similar to other Evoq Social features and is tightly integrated with Evoq Social’s gaming mechanics engine.

    By CMS Report
    Posted: March 04, 2014
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  • Building and Managing Online Communities For Any Device Made Fast and Simple with Evoq Social

    Building and Managing Online Communities For Any Device Made Fast and Simple with Evoq Social

    Latest version of DNN’s award-winning social marketing solution, Evoq Social, is responsive and mobile-ready for smartphones, tablet and laptops.

    SAN MATEO, Calif., Dec. 18, 2013  – DNN, whose award-winning web content management system (CMS) powers hundreds of thousands of websites around the world, today released the latest version of Evoq Social, an online community solution that fosters and enhances conversations with customers, employees, partners and prospects. The new version ships with responsive web design, which enables online communities powered by Evoq Social to automatically become mobile-ready. The elements of a page adapt and scale dynamically based on the dimensions of the viewing device, whether it is a smartphone, tablet or desktop.

    By CMS Report
    Posted: December 20, 2013
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  • Mailbag: Dwibbles for Social Media Management

    Mailbag: Dwibbles for Social Media Management

    Ever since social media and social networks have gone mainstream, our digital lives have become complicated. There are a number of social media management tools already out on the market that aim to give users the tools they need to better mange, filter, and prioritize the content they read from their favorite blogs and social networks such as Twitter and Facebook. Almost all these tools fall short of their intended goals and why I'm always on the lookout for something better to come along. 

    Dwibbles LogoIn the CMS Report mailbag, we have an email from Eric Santos, co-founder of a new social media management tool called Dwibbles. I've only taken a brief look at Dwibbles. My first impressions is that Dwibbles is still in the early stages of getting you where you want to go with it. However, Eric and his team knows this and I appreciate Eric's enthusiasm in wanting to tackle this problem. I think if Eric and company can find a way for me to combine the I content I read from social media, news feeds, and my favorite blogs into something better organized and manageable then I would forever be grateful. After reading his email, I plan to maintain my watch on the evolution of Dwibbles and be forever hopeful.

    By Bryan Ruby
    Posted: August 12, 2013
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  • Event: A Bigger Bang! 2012 in London

    Event: A Bigger Bang! 2012 in London

    A Bigger Bang! 2012 Digital Marketing “How to do more with less?” is the first in a series of free to attend events from marketing technology agency Cognifide to be held on Monday, 12 November 2012.

    By cognifide
    Posted: November 08, 2012
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  • CMS Report's Top Ten Content Management Stories of 2011

    When I read the stories we post here at CMS Report, I am reminded how quickly the CMS market continues to evolve and mature. Every year, I worry that there is nothing "new" to write about in this information system niche only to have the developer, user, or owner of a CMS push another new story idea toward my screen. This time around when looking for the top ten content management stories of the year, I concluded we didn't have ten great CMS stories for 2011. Instead, I found more than two…

    By Bryan Ruby
    Posted: December 20, 2011
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  • Another new term: Social Content Management

    I like to keep things simple and prefer to use content management system (CMS) as the term used to describe the information system we use to manage all content. However, I will acknowledge that it is sometimes good to categorize a CMS by purpose. This differentiation of a CMS by purpose has given us subcategories of the CMS which include the enterprise content management system (ECM), the web content management system (WCM), and the social publishing system (social business system). In a press…

    By Bryan Ruby
    Posted: January 31, 2011
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  • Alfresco Enterprise 3.4 delivers social content management

    This week, Alfresco announced the availability of Alfresco Enterprise 3.4 for download. This new release delivers on Alfresco’s vision of providing the open platform for social content management by delivering both a more robust content platform for building any kind of content-rich application, along with a more social user-interface for collaboration and document management. This platform is expected to be used by developers and companies to build applications where enterprise content is…

    By Bryan Ruby
    Posted: January 28, 2011
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  • Is the term CMS holding you back?

    Jeff WhatCott, Acquia, asked some important and thought provoking questions on his blog, "A Dormant Drupal Opportunity". While the post focuses on Drupal, I think the contents of his post can apply to almost any content management system (CMS) out there. In the article, Jeff asks whether defining Drupal as a CMS does more harm than good in describing the scope of features Drupal has to offer. In his words, the term CMS is a "20th century term that completely undersells what Drupal is…

    By Bryan Ruby
    Posted: February 08, 2008
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  • John Newton: A Manifesto for Social Computing in the Enterprise

    John Newton has written a fantastic summary regarding social computing (or is it social networking or social content management) and its role in the enterprise. The post is titled, A Manifesto for Social Computing in the Enterprise. I plan to talk about Newton's post and social networking at a later date. Howerver, there isn't any reason why you shouldn't be able to read Newton's post now. Consider it homework for a later visit here at CMSReport.com.

    By Bryan Ruby
    Posted: December 07, 2007
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  • Emojo extends Affino NX eBusiness Suite with Social Content Management

    Markus Karlsson, CEO of Emojo, sent CMS Report an e-mail regarding extending social content management features into their "eBusiness Suite", Affino. In the e-mail he says: We’re launching the Social Content Management edition of the Affino eBusiness Suite (please see details below). It has a number of tailored social content management, social media, social networking and social promotions elements essential for managing socially lead sites. These are quite different from…

    By Bryan Ruby
    Posted: December 03, 2007
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