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 →
When it comes to free content management systems, there are many many options to choose from. Java based content management systems are powerful, can be used across multiple architectures with ease and offer great stability and security.
Today, we're going to announce the winner of the 2014 People's Choice CMS Award for Best Free Java CMS. Read More →
When hunting for a new web content management system, exploring your options can feel exhilarating. After all, with new software, comes new possibilities.However, things take a serious turn when it comes to assessing the flexibility of your short-listed platforms in terms of integration options.Most businesses will be looking at a long list of tools that need to be integrated with their new CMS.… Read More →
As you may know, I was in attendance at the Magnolia Conference last month in Basel, Switzerland and was asked to participate in a roundtable called "Mastering Customer Experience Management."
Magnolia captured this on video and did a great job of putting it together so I thought I'd share for those who may have missed it or were not in attendance. This roundtable discussion features myself, Tim Walters from Digital Clarity Group, Janus Boye, Adriaan Bloem and Christopher Justice from Magnolia. Read More →
The CMS Critic team - otherwise known as Mike Johnston and myself - were recently in Basel, Switzerland for the Magnolia Conference 2014. It was set to be Magnolia’s fifth annual conference, and as Magnolia 5.3 had just been unveiled, we were quite excited to see how things panned out. Read More →