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.
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.
The announcement of the partnership is likely an unsurprising move for most involved in the open source content management and document management industry as similar partnerships with other content management providers and Alfresco have already occurred. Nor is this the first time that we've seen Acquia involved with integrating the Drupal CMS with the Alfresco platform. However, this is probably the first time we've seen Acquia and and Alfresco Inc. so publicly announce such a partnership for delivering products and services and perhaps this is a recognition that customers have need for better integration solutions in both product and services.
United Planet, one of the leading developers of enterprise portal software in Europe, has developed a new social business platform called Intrexx Share which it expects to drive employee collaboration and revitalize the role of the intranet as an internal company communications network.
DotNetNuke (DNN) has announced a social software solution aimed at optimizing customer engagement and loyalty through online communities. DNN Social gives businesses the ability to easily create and manage communities on their existing websites, giving end-users a one-stop destination for consuming content, exchanging ideas and interacting with other community members.
DNN Social enables businesses to effectively control the customer conversation by allowing it to take place on the corporate website, instead of driving customers to a third-party social site. Thriving user communities can help reduce support costs, drive product innovation and increase sales and brand awareness at an affordable price point. During the past two years, DNN executives have told CMS Report that they believe one of the key requirements for a modern CMS is to include social functionality and have steadily moved their product line toward this direction. Available today, DNN Social attempts to reinvent how companies optimize their web presence by combining industry-leading content and community management into a single, easy-to-use solution.
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.
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.
Interact Launches Interact Intranet Version 5.1 - Blending Traditional and Social Tools to Create an Essential Intranet Interact, a leading global supplier of intranet software, today announced the release of Interact Intranet version 5.1. This exciting new release includes the brand new Activity Management module which provides intelligent activity distribution and collaboration capabilities; four new Interact Apps and an enhanced widget admin area to further improve the integration of…