CMSWire - 22 Nov 2010
CMSWire - 18 Nov 2010
Nuxeo CMO Cheryl McKinnon opened the second day of Nuxeo World with a look at the latest market trends in the ECM space. 2010 is a significant year of change, noted McKinnon. Legacy vendors are seeing more competition from emerging new leaders. Historical leaders are falling behind in innovation – partly, due to the nature of their architectures.
CMSWire - 17 Nov 2010
Nuxeo founder Stefane Fermigier talked all things ECM and mobile at today’s day #1 of Nuxeo World, discussing innovative content apps for mobile devices being built by Nuxeo.
CMSWire - 17 Nov 2010
Nuxeo World — the company’s first global customer and partner conference — kicked off this morning in Paris. Nuxeo CEO Eric Barroca keynoted the event with a talk on Enterprise CMS as a platform for content apps, 2010 highlights and milestones, and Nuxeo’s plans for 2011.
InfoQ - 11 Nov 2010
Dr. Dobb's Journal - 10 Nov 2010
CMSWire - 09 Nov 2010
Nuxeo released another update to their Enterprise CMS and Document Management System offerings. On top of that, there’s now an app store for all kinds of installable goodness.
Lounge Blog - 03 Nov 2010
The Jeppesen project personifies what we mean when we say “Nuxeo EP scales up, but it also scales lean and skinny.” I had a chat about this with John Sims, Systems Architect at Jeppesen. Jeppesen is a Boeing subsidiary, involved in infrastructure to transmit navigation data to various end devices.
Open source.com - 29 Oct 2010
Professionally and personally, we are an increasingly digital culture. The physical distribution channels for information, data, news, stories, and conversation we learned from as young minds are waning in popularity. Books, TV, tapes, CDs, radio, newspapers, and magazines are in decline as the music, entertainment, business information, personal conversations, and current events we demand get delivered to us in an inbox, feed, app, or social network.
- 22 Oct 2010
I was in Copenhagen last week for VMworld Europe 2010. Monday was an analyst briefing so I wasn’t particularly surprised when VMware CEO Paul Maritz spoke at length about his strategy to attract developers to VMware as a platform. After all most analysts are curious about what happens next.
The 451 Group - 20 Oct 2010
This is an updated version of a post that was originally published in July 2009. It has been updated in response to ongoing confusion about open core licensing. There has been a significant amount of interest in the open core licensing strategy since Andrew Lampitt articulated it and its benefits for combining open source and closed source licensing.
There remains considerable confusion about exactly what the open core licensing strategy is, however, which is strange since the term arrived fully packaged with a specific definition, courtesy of Andrew. Recently I have begun to wonder whether many of the people that use the term open core regularly have even read Andrew’s post.
Generis - 11 Oct 2010
If you have a large load to carry, you probably will use a truck. For a light load, you may favour a snazzy sports convertible. What if you really love the way your sports car looks and feels, but you want to haul a large load? Well, apart from put on a tow-hitch and cross your fingers that it will not destroy your engine, nothing. But what if you could simply swap out the engine and wheels for something that would be up to the job? Now we are walking in the world of possibilities that are becoming available in ECM today.
TechRepublic - 11 Oct 2010
IBM has announced end of support for Domino Document Manager in September 2012, but the product hasn’t seen an update in more than three years. Customers are faced with a significant document (and system) migration effort. Migrating large numbers of documents can be expensive, risky, and time-consuming. So how can you help drive down expense, time, and risk?
ZDNet - 07 Oct 2010
Digital Landfill - 29 Sep 2010
1 -- Look at New Approaches to Software Acquisition.
- 27 Sep 2010
The Final session of the day was Cheryl McKinnon, CMO of Nuxeo on open source content management. As a firm believer in the benefits of open source, Cheryl is preaching to the choir with me, but she did point out a major point, which some people might not always grasp – the open source route can be better for organizations that have in house developers and development expertise.
KMWorld - 22 Sep 2010
In 2009, Cengage Learning began using Nuxeo to manage the review process for entries planned for inclusion in Grzimek’s. Nuxeo is an open source ECM platform designed for enterprise applications. “We are using Nuxeo’s workflow to automate the process of routing excerpts to the subject matter experts and to the editors,” says Michael Seiler, eCMS architect. “We have 60 experts who curate the content that is submitted by authors, and Nuxeo is configured to route the content to reviewers according to their area of expertise.” In addition, Cengage uses Nuxeo for versioning, security and access control.
CMSWire - 20 Sep 2010
Earlier this month, CMSWire guest contributor Aaron Levie asserted that “Mobility is the next great frontier for ECM.” (read: Mobile: The Next Frontier for Enterprise Content Management). He could very well be correct. When we talk about “agility,” and read its thesaurus alternatives like activity, adroitness, quickness, spryness or liveliness, how can we not feel a sense of forward motion?
CMSWire - 16 Sep 2010
Vendor lock-in is no longer the biggest problem organizations face. Thanks to open standards, like CMIS, we can stop worrying about information silos and focus our attention on avoiding content lock-in.
In the introductory essay to September's CMSWire theme, Barb Mosher offers a clear explanation of what 'Information Management Agility” represents to business: “…it's not simply a matter of managing our information effectively. It's also about how we use this information to quickly respond to the rapid changes taking place in market….manag[ing] our information and make it available to the right people at the right time to provide competitive advantage.”
ArnoldIT - 16 Sep 2010
There are semantic engines with Web-based APIs, but here’s one with an open source license for offline use or within a private infrastructure. We found the article “Nuxeo Present FISE, a RESTful Semantic Engine” on H-online.com, give an insight into the Furtwangen IKS Semantic Engine (FISE) with a RESTful interface.
Taxo Diary - 08 Sep 2010
September 8, 2010 – fise (Furtwangen IKS Semantic Engine) is an open source RESTful semantic engine to which NUXEO has made contributions. According to the contributors, the goal of fise includes bringing new semantic features to CMS.
I Programmer - 07 Sep 2010
A semantic engine extracts the meaning of a document to organize it as partially structured knowledge. For example, you can submit a batch of news stories to a semantic engine and get back a tree categorisation according to the subjects they deal with.
The H - 03 Sep 2010
Open source enterprise content management experts Nuxeo have announced that, as part of the IKS European project, they are working with partners in the project to develop an open source semantic engine with a RESTful interface, dubbed fise. Fise, which stands for Furtwangen IKS Semantic Engine, was initially created in March at the IKS Semantic Engine Hackathon and now Nuxeo have made a demonstration system available for users to get a feel for what a semantic engine can achieve.
InfoQ - 02 Sep 2010
Nuxeo's employee blog recently introduced fise (Furtwangen IKS Semantic Engine) - an open source RESTful semantic engine to which NUXEO has made contributions. The goal of fise is to "help bring new and trendy semantic features to CMS by giving developers a stack of reusable HTTP semantic services to build upon." fise is part of a larger effort, IKS(Interactive Knowledge Stack) as a means of enhancing CMS offerings with Semantic Web capabilities.
Nuxeo Dev. Blog - 30 Aug 2010
As a member of the IKS european project Nuxeo contributes to the development of an Open Source software project named fise whose goal is to help bring new and trendy semantic features to CMS by giving developers a stack of reusable HTTP semantic services to build upon.