Content Management

Mike Johnston

By Mike Johnston

August 29, 2013

Webnodes AS, a company developing a .NET based semantic content management system, today announced the release of version 4.5 of their CMS, with several significant improvements including ontology merging, more options for load balancing setup and content synchronizations between installations. New load balancing set up and content synchronization Due to the size and complexity of recent... Read More →

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Mike Johnston

By Mike Johnston

August 23, 2013

A new release of Umbraco CMS has been made available. Version 6.1.4 is primarily a bug fix but also includes some performance enhancements. For those who are interested, the full release log can be found here: From the announcement: There is one config change between 6.1.3 and 6.1.4 (assembly redirect for HtmlAgilityPack in the... Read More →

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Mike Johnston

By Mike Johnston

August 20, 2013

Choosing a content management system for a mobile platform is vital for companies that are looking to get the most out of their marketing efforts. This is due to the proliferation of mobile phones and devices, and the fact that most of us use Android, Apple iOS or Windows platform powered devices to access the internet. There are various factors you need to look into when choosing your ideal... Read More →

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Daniel Threlfall

By Daniel Threlfall

June 11, 2013

How do you figure out whether a CMS is good or bad? More to the point, how do you know whether the CMS you're using at this selfsame moment is hurting your business or harming it? Selecting the right CMS is a really, really big decision. It's no overstatement to say that your CMS choice can either propel your business to success or drive it to the ground in abysmal failure. Rather than scare you... Read More →

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Mike Johnston

By Mike Johnston

May 21, 2013

It is certainly no secret that the world of online content management is dominated by WordPress. Since its release in 2003, WordPress has grown to be the most popular content management system on the internet. In fact, 17.4% of all websites in existence use WordPress as their core CMS. In terms of popularity amongst the elite, WordPress also fares the best. Pingdom recently conducted a... Read More →

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