In today’s hectic business environment, most companies find themselves generating anything from generous (at best) to serious (at worst) amounts of data during the course of a single business day. This happens every business day, and the sheer amount of data threatens to create bottlenecks (at best) in the business, or overwhelm (at worst) a… Continue reading Do You Need Enterprise Content Management?
Drupal may be the official content management system (CMS) of the White House, but Joomlagov.info is a tool that could help us investigate whether or not Joomla may be the government CMS of the entire world. This innovative project not only provides a global view of how widespread Joomla happens to be in the public sphere, it also serves… Continue reading Joomlagov.info Gives Worldwide View of Joomla for Government
One of the most promising new trends for workplace collaboration is the adoption and eventual maturity of activity streams. At a basic level we can think of activity streams as the differentiators that turned Facebook and Twitter into two of the most widely used online services in the world. However, in the context of business intranet… Continue reading Creating a Better Workplace through Effective Activity Streams for Intranet Software
The most popular web content management systems (CMS) run upon a web stack that reflects their origins as having evolved out of predominant open source web-technologies. Apache, MySQL, and PHP (which generally run on Linux but are not constrained to it) are the foundation of the most widely-known CMS platforms because they were the most effective way… Continue reading DotNetNuke for Web Content Management
SharePoint is one of the most widespread and mature document management systems. When we discuss “collaboration,” what often comes to mind is the sharing of a document for revision and approval. This certainly does occur on the enterprise level, but the needs of business go far beyond this capability: often there is a complex workflow of… Continue reading Business Processes Compliance with SharePoint Automation
Almost every form of enterprise produces some form of work output that is usually document-based. This is especially true in the heavier forms of engineering such as aerospace, military, or medical in which the auditing and accounting requirements are high. No one wants to confront an ISO or federal audit and not be able to… Continue reading Success with Document Management Systems for Software Projects
Given the recent rise of online social media, it was only a matter of time before the “social” paradigm would start to influence enterprise intranet software. Many organizations have already worked features such as personal profiles and content sharing into their corporate communications. While it is possible to see this as a gimmick or a blatant… Continue reading Is Social Intranet Software the Future of Workplace Communication?
Back in the early days of the Internet, the only way to build a website was by learning HTML code and coding the website by hand. The website built is static. If content needs to be changed, only the coder or someone knowing some HTML code can change it. Nowadays, there is a newer, more… Continue reading Recapping the CMS Benefits
Content management systems (CMS) are amazing and convenient platforms for creating high-quality, customizable websites in a short amount of time. The leading CMS software projects, WordPress, Joomla, and Drupal, all have built a great deal of useful technology on projects that started out small (for instance, Drupal evolved from a message board). They can be used… Continue reading SQL Injection and Content Management Systems: What Webmasters Should Know
Social Intranet Defined A social intranet is defined as a network that utilizes social software to share an organization’s information with its members. Generally, this means that the social intranet is a place where employees can go to get things done within their own company. Main Functions and Features Integration The ability to integrate with… Continue reading Best Practices for Implementing an Enterprise Social Intranet