New Solution Intelligently Unifies Information Silos and Business Systems with Patent-Pending Technology that will Disrupt ECM and EIM Landscape
Thursday 17th March 2016 - M-Files Corporation, a provider of solutions that leverage a unique new metadata-based approach to dramatically improve how businesses manage documents and other information, today announced a $36 million round of Series B funding led by Partech Ventures, with participation from Finnish Industry Investment and Draper Esprit.
M-Files continues to experience explosive worldwide growth resulting in a six-year compound growth rate of nearly 1,000 percent. The new investment will further accelerate existing sales and marketing activities, as well as expansion into new markets in North America, EMEA and APAC. The company will also focus on expanding and strengthening its global partner network, which currently consists of over 450 partners operating in more than 100 countries.
Popular web form builder 123ContactForm announced today the launch of their form building app - 123 Form Builder for Weebly, one of the leading website building services. The purpose of the partnership is to make the website building process easier, faster and more effective.
The app enables Weebly users to create and customize a wide diversity of forms such as contact, order, event registration forms, as well as surveys, quizzes and many other types of forms. “Weebly site builder is very renowned and it has always been on our radar for an in depth integration. As we target the same customers, this was the right thing to do now”, explained Florin Cornianu, CEO and co-founder of 123ContactForm.
123 Form Builder for Weebly has several advantages for users such as: advanced form features, modern form design, easy and fast to publish responsive forms only at the click of a button and real-time reports to better overview data. Users need a Weebly account and when the form builder app is added, a 123 Form Builder account will be created instantly.
Barry Mattacott, marketing director at security specialist Wick Hill Group, looks at the security risks of linking more and more smart devices to our networks. Are we just creating ever more vulnerable endpoints in today’s world of the Internet of Things?
Back in the good old days, we nailed the front door up tight with a firewall and we knew, that with good security on our gateway, our network was safe from the nasties of the outside world. But those pesky kids in their bedrooms, not to mention state sponsored cybercriminals, worked out that they could circumnavigate our state-of- the-art firewall by looking for a way in at the opposite end of our network - the endpoint.
So now we all agree that securing the endpoint is essential, but just where is it and what does it look like?
Since those early days, there has been a massive proliferation of endpoints and security issues have grown alongside them. You can't go anywhere or do anything without risking an infection.
Searchmetrics research suggests only 20% of iOS apps and 30% of Android Apps are able to support Google app indexing
San Mateo – March 9, 2016 – Many brands are failing to let content from their apps show up in Google’s organic search results according to new research from Searchmetrics, the leader in search and content performance. These firms are potentially missing out on valuable app traffic, engagement and conversions.
In its study of the 100 most visible websites in Google US searches, Searchmetrics found that 84% offer an Android App, however only 30% of these had implemented support for Google’s App Indexing (also known as deep linking) facility which lets Google index and show relevant pages from their apps in its mobile search results. Of the 88% of sites in the Searchmetrics analysis that offer an iOS app, even fewer – just 19% – were found to be supporting deep linking.
Powered by SDL Technology, SKF Delivers Local Customer Experiences with Global Online Presence
WAKEFIELD, Mass. – March 08, 2016 – SDL (LSE: SDL) today announced that the SKF Group is using SDL Web and SDL’s translation management solution to deliver local, digital experiences to customers across the globe. For over 100 years, SKF has led the way as a global provider of technology. Representing 40 industries across 32 countries – from motoring to marine, railways and aerospace to medical, metals and food – the company needed a single, global online face to engage with its diverse customer base.
With the help of SDL Web for centralized web content management and SDL’s translation management solution for localization, SKF went from having 10 main websites to one streamlined online experience in just 18 months. Engineers, customers and prospects can now easily find the information they need, in their own language, across a range of over 300,000 products.
1st March 2016, Toronto, Canada - North Plains has announced the launch of Xinet 18.1, its digital asset management (DAM) system designed to help companies, in-house creative departments and advertising agencies to more effectively manage documents, images, video and other content in an omni-channel environment.
By automating many of the tasks around creating, reviewing, approving, sharing and accessing digital content, Xinet 18.1 streamlines workflow and improves productivity for in-house agencies and reduces unbillable work undertaken by creative agencies, which improves ROI.
Xinet 18.1 includes both new features as well as major enhancements to existing features. Key highlights include;
Every day there are technological breakthroughs that occur behind the closed doors of research labs (and house garages where some startups begin), and then there are the breakthroughs that “go mainstream” with consumers. 2015 saw so many that it is difficult to condense the list to five. The following impressive technologies made the cut because they improve convenience, productivity, and efficiency (in addition to having that barely definable “wow” factor).
CMS software vendor Hippo is one of the fastest growing, most innovative tech companies around these days. 2015 has been a stellar year for the company, with successes such as the entry into the Gartner MQ, the exclusive technology partnership with EMC resulting in 94% revenue growth in the US, the launch of Hippo CMS 10 and an immense growth of our community. In 2015 the Hippo CMS downloads tripled, the global partner network doubled and the company added many new names to their client base, such as FC Bayern München, AAA Life, Wolters Kluwer, Edeka, ATAG, Unit4, Deutsche Telekom and Crédit Agricole.
Organization recognizes 17 digital advocates dedicated to enhancing web development and sharing their expertise
Wakefield, MA – February 24, 2016 – SDL (LSE: SDL) today announced its 2016 SDL Web Most Valued Professionals (MVPs), recognizing 17 partners, customers and industry professionals. The acknowledgment identifies those who are committed to and passionate about participating in the community to share their expertise about SDL Web – SDL’s market leading web experience management solution, powered by SDL Tridion. In its sixth year, the SDL Web MVP Program remains a key initiative for the organization, fostering solution development from the broader Web community and driving innovation and best practices for the SDL Web solution.
Over the years, I've told people that CMS Report is a side business. While I would never become rich from this blog, I've been lucky enough to have been able to put a little extra cash in my wallet from this website's ad revenue. In truth, what has actually sustained CMS Report is not money but my passion for information systems. I absolutely love this magical process where people, hardware, software, and infrastructure come together to improve the business or organization. A decade ago, I could find no better example of information systems in the real world than the content management system. I decided to write about CMSs and created a blog and website to host those articles. After spending ten years as this site's founder, editor, and primary writer I've decided it is time for me to move on to some new challenges.