As you may know, the reason I chose to start the CMS Awards was to help give projects around the world that may not necessarily have a huge marketing budget, an opportunity to get noticed.
My hope with the awards was that projects that won would feel energized, appreciated and that it would give them the pat on the back they deserve for all their hard work. We think everyone who develops content management systems should be given the chance to showcase it and gain recognition for their contribution to the industry. Read More →
Let's face it, there simply is no other CMS that has even come close the the level of popularity that WordPress has managed to achieve. It's an admirable accomplishment that is well deserved. WordPress has taken what used to be complex functionality that only technical people could accomplish and dumbed it down to make things, for the most part, easier for the average user. As with most things however, it's only a matter of time before a better solution comes around. Nothing can stay on top forever so the question I will pose today is, what will it take to dethrone WordPress? Read More →
Java is one of the most popular programming languages today with support for a myriad of applications, content management being one of them. When it comes to reliability and the ability to deploy it on a wide range of hardware, Java is hard to beat. Today, we're going to look at the project we selected as the Critics' Choice winner for Best Enterprise Java CMS. Read More →
eZ Systems has announced the release of version 5.4 of their enterprise content management system, eZ Publish. According to the release notes, 5.4 introduces several new features which makes it easier to use, faster to develop on and also continues to improve performance. Read More →
When it comes to innovation, the world of Content Management is at the forefront. With ever changing requirements and technologies and the ever increasing power of social media, change is happening every day. These days, a CMS has to be agile and innovative to survive.
Today, we're going to announce our pick for Most Innovative CMS for 2014. Read More →
With the People's Choice portion of our CMS Awards out of the way, it's now time to start announcing the judge's picks for the winners of the 2014 Critics' Choice CMS Awards.
To get things started, we're going to begin by announcing the winner in the Most Promising CMS category. Read More →
This is just a quick thank you post to all of our Movember sponsors for their generous donations. Combined, we were able to raise over $500 for cancer research!
We truly appreciate your donations. Read More →
This is just a quick update for those waiting on the results from the Critics' Choice CMS Awards.
Myself and the other judges this year, Kaya Ismail and Barb Mosher Zinck have finished coming up with our results and are getting ready to announce the winners. Read More →
Open Source content management systems have been growing in popularity as companies and customers discover the benefits of the open source community. As such, there has been a large number of amazing success stories for companies that have chosen to open source their products.
Today, we're going to announce the winner of the 2014 People's Choice CMS award for Best Open Source Java CMS. Read More →
With the amazing number of free content management systems on the market, choosing one can be a challenge but today, we're hoping to help make the selection process easier.
Today, we're going to announce the Winner of the 2014 People's Choice CMS Award for Best Free CMS. Read More →