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  • Crossroads: Determining the future of CMSReport.com

    Slowly but surely, CMSReport.com has turned into a nice side business for me. The problem is that this site has grown to a point that it demands more of my time than I can currently offer it. The future of CMS Report is now sitting at crossroad. I plan to be spending the next few months deciding where this site should go from here. Some of the options I am considering for this site include: Partnering with others to build a bigger and better CMSReport.com. I wouldn't mind seeing this site…

    By Bryan Ruby
    Posted: November 08, 2010
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  • We Hear You: Our spam filtering needs to be improved

    Like most website administrators, I have a long history of fighting spammers and protecting my sites from unwanted content. Over the years I've used a lot of tools and services to block spam from reaching the pages of my sites. In recent years, the service I've relied on most heavily is Mollom.  Mollom is a web service that helps you identify content quality and, more importantly, helps you stop spam on your blog, social network or community website Overall I've been very happy with the spam…

    By Bryan Ruby
    Posted: November 05, 2010
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  • City of Las Vegas Selects Axceler’s ControlPoint 4.0 For Better SharePoint Security Administration, File and Site Management and

    WOBURN, MA— September 27, 2010 — Axceler, the leader in administration software for Microsoft SharePoint, today announced that the City of Las Vegas, Nevada, has selected ControlPoint 4.0 to better manage and control its Microsoft SharePoint environment.  With 300 SharePoint sites, the City of Las Vegas was looking for more robust administration capabilities than SharePoint provides natively, particularly in the areas of user permission management, SharePoint site analysis and optimization, and…

    By PamFoote
    Posted: September 27, 2010
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  • Technology Break 2010

    As I  have done each and every year,  I will be taking my annual break from technology. From now through August, I'll be posting and managing the site a little less. I won't be abandoning CMS Report, but you will be seeing me a little less. During the summer months, I like to slow down my technology usage for a few weeks. I don't think as human beings we were meant to be immersed in the huge quantity of today's digital information. From the moment we are awake to the moment we go to bed, our…

    By Bryan Ruby
    Posted: July 19, 2010
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  • I-Metrics CMS

    The I-Metrics CMS is a complete web content management system that can be used for start-up businesses, blogs, personal sites. It includes advanced features to create, group and associate text pages and image lists, effective SEO modules, a plugin manager, a helpdesk and various tools to manage a webiste. The base web engine of the I-Metrics CMS is osCommerce MS2.2 simplified and striped of e-commerce features. The package is extremely light, very easy to learn and expand, suitable to both…

    By enigma1
    Posted: March 18, 2010
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  • Technology Break 2009 Begins

    Every year, I like to slow down my technology usage for a few weeks. I don't think as human beings we were meant to be immersed in the huge quantity of digital information that we are today. From the moment I am awake to the moment I go to bed, my body is being loaded information. The email, cell phone, and the Internet seem to have a never ending presence in the lives of us IT folks. I don't have much control with removing technology from my work day, but I do have options in my personal life.…

    By Bryan Ruby
    Posted: July 13, 2009
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  • Matt Mullenweg Video: Improving Performance in Mature Web Apps

    Matt Mullenweg’s presentation on web application performance at the Velocity 09 conference.

    By CMS Report
    Posted: July 03, 2009
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  • CMS Report Search

    I'm doing some maintenance/troubleshooting on the search database at CMS Report.  Until the content is fully indexed, it may be missing from our search page.  Sorry for any inconvenience this may have cause.

    By Bryan Ruby
    Posted: May 03, 2009
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  • Clearing the weeds in taxonomy

    A number of content management systems allow for data to be classified using taxonomy (sometimes called categories or tags in a CMS).  Most of us that use CMS and taxonomy aren't experts in how best to structure our vocabulary and usually end up with a mess of terms.  In the end, we have a mess on our hand and wonder how best we should approach cleaning up the terms we're using. A blog post by Lars Trieloff, The Art of Mining a Folksonomy, gives some great suggestions for cleaning up your…

    By Bryan Ruby
    Posted: April 08, 2009
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  • Drive your own website

    I've never agreed and disagreed so much with one article as this one from The Sydney Morning Herald, Drive your own website. I agree... I hate being held to ransom. And I'm sure you do, too. But that's the scenario you're creating when you hand over your website to a web designer or developer and relinquish control over when and how you can change your content... ...That's why I think it's vital for small-business owners to use their own content management systems (CMS). My recommendation is to…

    By Bryan Ruby
    Posted: April 07, 2009
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