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Don't put less content on your mobile sites !

How often does this happen to you ? You are on the go, you need to check out a web site of a public administration or a company because you need information only available from them directly. You use your mobile phone to browse the site as this is what you have with you, only to discover that...

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What people are looking for in a CMS/WCM solution today - Changing world of WCM/ CMS solutions!

I am seeing a change in the way CMS solutions are being conceptualized and are being implemented. Some of the key observations from my experiences with customers, partners and consumers: CIO (IT) and CMO (Marketing) organizations are conceptualizing the needs (not necessarily the solution)...

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From HTML pages to WCMs

With the web just turning 20 a few days ago , and the first website ever back online , I thought it would be a good time to reflect how far web technology has come. From the basic hand coded HTML 1.0 web pages to complex WCMs managing thousands of pages in near-real time...

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The sad state of modern word processors

Anyone working with medium to long documents will probably agree with me on this: the currently available word processors are a long cry from being usable. If, like me, you need to write technical documentation, you’ve probably tried a few different options and none really fit your needs....

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Have We Hit the Era of Peak Apps? Rethinking the Mobile First Imperative with HTML5 and Responsive Design

Last week I had the opportunity to participate in CMSExpo – a conference that brings together web developers, designers, content strategists and project managers. These information professionals represented organizations ranging from huge US Federal agencies to small boutique consulting...

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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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The ECM Industry is Alive & Well

For proof of this I refer you to the Box.Net team . They are having fun and getting it done. Clever, Innovative, Cutting Edge -- These are not terms often heard when describing Enterprise Content Management (aka ECM ) space for a while. However, Box.Net is turning the staid, old...

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The OCR Reality Behind SharePoint, SalesForce and More

Being able to easily search, access, store and share information is a vital part of any office workflow. As an organization grows, so does their content. This ultimately results in documents being scattered across departments or business units, in servers or in files. Complicating this further...

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Talking about Mobile Content Management

Wow! Busy times are afoot. Whenever I think I’m going to get a breather, something else happens to run my schedule through a blender. I’m not sure how I’d be surviving without my mobile devices. Actually, I know exactly how I’d be doing, both poorly and great. I’d...

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Relationship between Content Management and Social Media

Today, AIIM hosted a tweet chat, tag #ECMJam, to discuss Content Management. Last time we focused on the Relevancy of ECM, but today we focused on the intersection of ECM and Social Media . While I wanted to wait and share my thoughts after the summary was posted, I thought I would share my...

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