Most CM vendors are expanding their portfolios to broaden their offerings within ECM space. Interwoven, for example, was primarily a WCM product vendor. But they have expanded their portfolio to include document management, digital asset management, records management and so on. Similarly, Documentum has started providing features for web publishing. Fatwire, although does some amount … Continue reading Fatwire Content Server to offer Web 2.0 experience
I joined Bryant Shea, Seth Gottlieb and Janus Boye in the 3rd episode of The Malcontents. Many people face this issue - whether to select a Portal or a CMS product? We discuss some of these issues in this episode and the podcast is available here.
If anyone still has doubts about ECM being mainstream, check this news here. Oracle has been toying around with content management for some time. They initially had "Content Services" which was part of their collaboration suite. To bring in more focus (and more business), they moved it to the database group and called their ECM … Continue reading Oracle buys Stellent