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CMIS – Redefining the Content Interoperability Space

Enterprise level critical information is very often scattered across disparate content repositories. Many of these applications have been built using multiple technologies. Some of them have a nonstandard interface and presentation framework leading to interoperability challenges impacting...

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Reinventing standards

A little while ago, I wrote a blog called " JCR is not dead, neither is CMIS ", in reaction to a " JCR is dead " article that was making some noise at the time. Recently my article received some interesting feedback from a user that calls himself "Roy", and...

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Innovative open source software

When I originally discovered open source software, most of the projects were usually works of love, developed by passionate amateurs in their free time and that were interesting but were often not production ready, poorly documented and sometimes less innovative than closed source software. In...

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Introduction and first WEMI face to face meeting

Welcome to my new AIIM blog. Before I get into our main subject, I'd quickly like to introduce myself, and what I hope to achieve while writing for the AIIM community. My name is Serge Huber. I am the co-founder and CTO of Jahia Solutions , a company started in Switzerland and that...

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Usability and Performance are critical; CMIS still not a star – A Short Survey on CMS and CMIS

Last year Generis did a small "non-scientific" survey to get a snapshot of the plans for CMS, and CMIS adoption. I wrote an "analysis" post on this in my blog. This year the CEO of Generis, James Kelleher, sent me a copy of the survey for 2012. While he still openly...

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Cloudy with a Chance of Success

This post was inspired by this article on CMSWire by @billycripe and by the Cloud themed tweet jam hosted by CMSWire on November 17, 2011. As usual this is just my opinion. I’m not an expert on cloud computing, I’m just some guy that likes to be able to access the content I...

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OpenSocial: "Social Content" Meets ECM?

Whether we talk about Systems of Engagement, collaboration, next generation intranets or Enterprise 2.0, organizations are recognizing the growth of social business applications. New forms of micro or componentized content are being used inside enterprise. But are we ready to start managing it? ...

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CMIS, A Standard Whose Time has Come

For those that aren’t aware, I live for things that make my life easier. In the Content Management space, that usually involves simplifying the work to integrate systems, managing security, and removing migrations (regardless of how lucrative that business may be). As a result, I’ve...

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Interoperability standards in Enterprise 2.0

The other day I was reading up on CMIS . A year or 18 months ago, when speaking to one of the big vendors in our industry space, I was told quite clearly that CMIS compatible products were 3-5 years away. Now several vendors are offering CMIS products, and it is gathering pace quite nicely....

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Irrational Exuberance on CMIS?

I am an incurable optimist. I believe in the power of technology and that with software anything is possible. So it is understandable that on a panel on CMIS at AIIM the other week, Microsoft program manager Ethan Gur-esh described my vision of what might happen with CMIS as grandiose. If you...

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