New roles for WCM technology in an age of wearables

In the good old days, WCM technology primarily severed deliver content to a website — hence the name "Web Content Management". At best, "multi-channel" referred to the ability to deliver content to more than one type of website; e.g., an Intranet and a public facing website.
Of course, things have changes drastically from there. You not only have to think of delivering content…

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New Advisory and Webinar — ECM Survey Results

Real Story Group conducted an online survey in Q1 2015 to obtain practitioner perspectives on key enterprise content management software-related themes. The survey results included a cross-section of organizations that were drawn from a variety of geographies and industries.

This new advisory paper (subscribers-only) summarizes key results around system usage, how SharePoint is (and isn’t deploy…

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EMC de-syncs from Syncplicity

Private equity firm Skyview Capital is acquiring Syncplicity from EMC.
Acquired by EMC in 2012, Syncplicity is a cloud-based file sharing and sync service (CFSS), focused on enterprise customers. Some other similar services are Citrix ShareFile, Oxygen Cloud, Box (which now wants to move beyond CFSS), and host of other, mostly consumer-oriented services like Dropbox, iCloud, Google Drive, and oth…

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Liferay Partnering with Red Hat – Implications for the Portals Marketplace

Liferay and Red Hat have entered into a partnership to combine Liferay Portal with Red Hat JBoss Enterprise Application Platform (EAP). JBoss EAP is Red Hat’s key middleware/application server. As of now, the partnership is limited to EAP but Liferay says it will gradually expand to include integration with other Red Hat middleware products.
What does it mean for Liferay and Red Hat?
First,…

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Should you consider IoT and Wearables in your Mobile Strategy?

First, let’s acknowledge that "Mobile" and "Internet of Things” (or IoT) are very large and quite separate technology domains. However, the way current market is evolving, I see some overlap, as shown in the attached graphic (click to enlarge).

At the intersection of Mobile and IOT
Wearables to a large extent fall under the rubric of IoT-oriented, connected devices. However,…

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IBM renames Worklight and tightens WCM integration

IBM’s mobile offering has seen many name changes in recent past. IBM acquired Worklight in 2012 and initially kept the name. Big Blue then renamed it IBM Worklight Foundation in 2014 before recently doing away with the Worklight moniker altogether. It’s now "IBM MobileFirst Platform Foundation."
Functionally, though, not much has changed. What you get is mainly a platform for build…

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Last chance to benchmark your ECM systems

We are currently conducting a customer survey on Enterprise Content Management and related aspects such as Document Management and Cloud-File Sharing & Sync (CFSS), including questions about cloud and mobile in an ECM context.
I’m pleased to report we’re getting some very interesting insights from customers. If you want a copy of the final summary results, you need to participate — but you’ll…

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