‘Libraries increasingly seek to maintain digital collections as well as print and audio-visual collections. These digital collections may include text, images, audio, and video. There are now a number of systems available that have been specifically designed to enable libraries to load digital assets, create associated metadata, and provide users with [...]
Archive for May, 2005
‘ From nonprofit groups to regional banks and insurance companies, users here at the AIIM Conference & Expo are looking to simplify and consolidate their homegrown and proprietary content management systems to better link their data repositories with users.
Daniel Hart, an IT project manager for The Enterprise Foundation, said yesterday at the event here that [...]
‘Microsoft has tried for years to get other software vendors to use Office as the front end for their applications, according to some analysts. Now it finally appears to be making some headway.
Supply chain management vendor i2 Technologies and content management provider Interwoven last week unveiled integration pacts with Microsoft that will ultimately give users [...]
Intranet Journal reviews PHP-Nuke and writes:
‘PHP-Nuke is a well-thought-out content management system. But it’s also a well-thought-out newsletter manager and communication system, and potentially a lot more. With little configuration needed, all of these features are available straight out of the box, meaning you can have your new intranet up and running rapidly.
Documentation is an [...]
‘Retailers like CompUSA, Ritz Camera and Sony Electronics are using a content management service from WebCollage Inc. that lets both vendors and merchants directly control branded content.
WebCollage hosts a content management application for manufacturers like Sony Corp. and Palm Inc. that takes content, including product images, descriptions and logos, from the manufacturers’ web sites and [...]