CMS Report - Keyword: support

  • The Big Data IT Challenge: Giving Business Users the Data They Want

    The Big Data IT Challenge: Giving Business Users the Data They Want

    Last December, International Data Corporation presented a top ten list of technology predictions for 2014. Among those predictions, IDC claims that enterprise spending on Big Data analytics services in 2014 will increase by 21 percent over 2013, to exceed $4.5 Billion. Obviously companies are starting to recognize that their vast pools of data hold immense potential.

    But spending money on Big Data and extracting real value from it are two different things. According to research by Gartner published in a 2011 article on, between 70 and 80 percent of corporate business intelligence projects flat out fail.

    At Gartner’s 2013 Business Intelligence and Analytics Summit, a panel of vendors agreed that more than 70 percent of analytics projects failed to meet expectations. What is the main reason for that kind of failure?

    By Gil Allouche
    Posted: March 06, 2014

  • How the Cloud is Transforming the IT Industry

    How the Cloud is Transforming the IT Industry

    Much of the discussion on the economic impact of cloud computing has focused on the cost savings and increased value for businesses, but the cloud is also impacting the IT industry, as new job roles are being created and the demand for other roles is decreasing. Many IT professionals may soon find themselves needing to transfer their skills and acquire new ones in order to be valuable in a cloud environment. Here’s a look at the impact the cloud is having on the job market and the skills IT professionals will need to develop.

    By Gil Allouche
    Posted: February 11, 2014

  • Drupal says farewell to PHP 4

    Drupal says farewell to PHP 4

    Well, this certainly wasn't on my radar. Gábor Hojtsy, Drupal 6 lead maintainer, announced that starting March 1, 2014 support for PHP 4 in Drupal 6 will end. I wasn't surprise to hear about Drupal developers dropping support for PHP 4. Instead, I was in shock to hear that Drupal didn't drop support for this ancient version of PHP sooner.

    To put this announcement in perspective, the PHP project developers said their goodbyes to PHP 4 back in 2008 and I personally said my "see ya later" back in 2007. Needless to say, I don't think anyone with merit can complain Drupal is dropping PHP 4 support.

    By Bryan Ruby
    Posted: December 23, 2013

  • Infographic: IT Friction and what can be done about it

    Infographic: IT Friction and what can be done about it

    The attached infographic details a few key points about "IT Friction", the friction that exists between IT and employee. The infographic is based on research and analysis conducted by Forrester Research. In the Forrester Research report titled "Exploring Business and IT Friction: Myths and Realities," it was found that an astonishing 86% of the end-users lost an average of 18 work hours a month because of IT issues. While the debate over IT Friction has yet to be solved, the disconnect between IT and those they service is a topic that almost everyone has an opinion on.  BMC has an interesting blog post detailing the study and reaction to IT issues by end users on social media. We all of course also recognize the increased conflict between IT and users over BYOD policies and sometimes even the lack of BYOD policies.

    By Bryan Ruby
    Posted: July 29, 2013

  • Alkacon supports in development of OpenCms projects

    Cologne, Germany – Alkacon Software GmbH now supports in the development of OpenCms projects. The first project was the optimization of the existing OpenCms infrastructure. has been using the popular Open Source Content Management System OpenCms for managing editorial content on its website for a considerable time. Alkacon Software, the developers of OpenCms, now support the editorial staff at in realizing future requirements. The first project focused on…

    By AlkaconSoftware
    Posted: July 11, 2011

  • Kentico Launches 24/7 Global Support and SLA Offering

    Nashua, New Hampshire, July 01, 2011 – Kentico Software Kentico Software, the Web content management system vendor, has announced, effective July 1, that the company is extending customer service to include 24/7 technical support accessible worldwide, any time of the day by email or phone. Customers with mission-critical projects will also be able to choose premium support guaranteed by an industry-leading Service Level Agreement.The 24/7 support will be available to all Kentico clients with a…

    By Kentico
    Posted: July 01, 2011

  • TYPO3 goes for long term support with TYPO3 Version 4.5 LTS

    TYPO3 goes for long term support with TYPO3 Version 4.5 LTS

    I received an email from someone that wanted me to talk about TYPO3 Version 4.5 LTS. The suffix “LTS” stands for “Long Term Support”. For the first time a TYPO3 version will be maintained by the TYPO3 Core Team significantly longer than the usual release cycle would suggest. In 2010 TYPO3 has switched to a fixed 6-month release cycle which means up to now support for a version was only provided for 18 months (only three of the latest three versions actively maintained). The LTS versions will be supported for at least 3 years thus offering a good option for users that don’t need or don’t want to update every 6 months.

    By Bryan Ruby
    Posted: February 02, 2011

  • Open Source versus the Enterprise Solution

    Let me start by clarifying a few things:1) I work for a CMS vendor, for an enterprise CMS.2) I am also a big fan of open source.Yet, I am attempting to write this article with all bias aside; with all generalizations thrown out the window. Without feeling like I am trying to justify this article, I think it is also worth mentioning that the CMS vendor that I work for produces a product that I would avidly use even if I didn’t work for them.Every vendor, whether they are enterprise or open…

    By Tim Ward
    Posted: November 22, 2010

  • Geeklog introduces PostgreSQL support

    The folks over at Geeklog have announced that their blogging application now supports PostgreSQL. Geeklog's move is similar to other open source projects that have recently diversified their support for more additional database management systems. Dear Geeklog users, today we are proud to announce the public availability of Geeklog with beta PostgreSQL support. This is the culmination of a Google Summer of Code project to implement this feature. PostgreSQL support builds on the already…

    By Bryan Ruby
    Posted: July 29, 2009

  • DottNetNuke 5.1 offers new features and enhancements

    Last week, DotNetNuke Corp. announced the availability of DotNetNuke Professional Edition 5.1. This edition is the latest release of its web content management and application development framework for business-critical websites and web applications built on Microsoft .NET. The DotNetNuke Professional Edition is built on the same open source core as the free DotNetNuke Community Edition but includes several exclusive features and is fully supported and documented. The annual DotNetNuke…

    By Bryan Ruby
    Posted: June 22, 2009

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