President, Real Story Group
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Real Story Group is a buyer's advocate for enterprises looking to invest in content technologies. They publish independent research that helps customers sort out suitable technology choices for their specific needs. The company's research is known for its technical depth, readability, and absolute neutrality.
To date, technology analysts have quite properly focused on the sociological and business aspects of collaboration and social software. And yet, these tools (including collaboration suites, pure- play blog / wiki / social-networking products, hosted community services, and revamped portal products from major vendors) differ quite substantially in maturity, approach, and support.
This tutorial will share customer research from noted evaluation firm CMS Watch on leading collaboration and community l software technologies, and provide a framework for customers to evaluate the marketplace based on their own needs.
The moment the very first web page was published 1992, the siteowner began to face an inevitable series of content management challenges. Today most enterprises have figured out many of the basics of managing web content, but as the public web and private intranets continue to evolve, new opportunities and difficulties continue to emerge. Based on lessons learned over the past 18 years, this session will look forward, to assess what might await web managers in the coming years.
Philadelphia 2010: What lies ahead for web content management?