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A Sneak Peek at DAM’s Roadmap for 2015 and Beyond

January 6th, 2015

It’s that time of year when we look back at the accomplishments of the past year and look forward to the possibilities the future holds. This post started with a simple question asked of more than a dozen vendors: What innovative new features and technologies will you offer in 2015? The response was overwhelming. Vendors…

2014 Action Item: Did B2B Marketers Become More Agile?

January 6th, 2015

It was just a year ago that B2B marketers had a clean slate, the whole year in front of them. Now it’s over. 2014’s gone. No second chances. We caught up this time last year with industry insiders about some absolute must-dos for 2014. Starting today, we catch up with some of them again to…

Build Better Knowledge Management

January 6th, 2015

Long before Google Glass wearers made the news (and became pariahs within San Francisco-area coffee houses and restaurants), research projects at huge companies like IBM and Microsoft sought to bridge the gap between the capture and storage of corporate knowledge and intellectual property, and the difficult-to-archive individual narrative that attempted to make sense of this…

Building a Better Knowledge Management

January 6th, 2015

Long before Google Glass wearers made the news (and became pariahs within San Francisco-area coffee houses and restaurants), research projects at huge companies like IBM and Microsoft sought to bridge the gap between the capture and storage of corporate knowledge and intellectual property, and the difficult-to-archive individual narrative that attempted to make sense of this…

IE test VMs on modern.IE get a refresh

January 6th, 2015

To help web developers test versions of Internet Explorer more easily, we’ve had a suite of virtual machines available on modern.IE since January of 2013. Today we released another refresh of the VMs to incorporate feedback and to update the base Windows versions. The changes we’ve made with build 20141123 include: We now use IE…

Segway Inventor Dean Kamen: Science Isn’t a Spectator Sport

January 6th, 2015

Dean Kamen has invented hundreds of things, including the first insulin pump for treatment of diabetes. But he’ll probably be forever known as The Segway Guy. Kamen made his fortune developing medical devices, but gained worldwide recognition in 2001 when he unveiled his Segway Personal Transporter. At the time, Kamen predicted the Segway would have…

The Shared Goal of Customer Experience #Gilbane

January 6th, 2015

Last month I attended the Gilbane Content and Digital Experience conference in Boston. I’ve written before about my appreciation of smaller, specialized conferences. At these smaller events, you really feel a connection to the other exhibitors and attendees. Everyone’s there out of specialized interest, and you leave feeling that you’ve had a chance to have…

What’s New in January for Open Source CMS

January 6th, 2015

WordPress, the Goliath of free and open source content management systems (CMS), closed the year with the release of a new version named in honor of yet another musician. Version 4.1 — aka “Dinah” — honors singer and pianist Dinah Washington, one of the most popular black female recording artists of the 50s. She was posthumously…

The Washington Post May License its CMS Platform

January 6th, 2015

The Washington Post’s team of developers and engineers have done such a stellar job of building out a new content management system (CMS) that it’s now considering licensing it to other news organizations, according to a recent article in The Financial Times. The FT reported that the paper has been approached by other publications about…

6 Predictions for Information Management in 2015

January 6th, 2015

Last year wasn’t dull in the world of information management and if even half of these predictions come true, we’re in for some interesting days ahead. From the world of enterprise file sync and share, to big data’s IPO dreams, to the future of some of the heavy hitters in the industry, there’s a little…