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Mike Johnston

By Mike Johnston

August 4, 2010

KnowledgeTree has recently been making headlines here on CMS Critic with their recent shift to a SaaS based document management platform and we decided to take some time to find out the reasons for their move. In this interview with CEO, Daniel Chalef, we discuss the reasons behind the move to SaaS and his vision for the future of document management, among other topics of... Read More →

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Mike Johnston

By Mike Johnston

August 3, 2010

Xenia Von Wedel from SocialRadius recently did a Q&A with CEO Interview Elie Auvray, to get a feeling what the Adobe / Day Software means for the Content Management market in general, and for Jahia in particular and decided to share her interview with our readers. Thanks Xenia! Xenia Von Wedel: The announced Adobe acquisition of Day Software, a WCM competitor of yours, strikes us as a bit... Read More →

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Mike Johnston

By Mike Johnston

July 26, 2010

DotNetNuke has become one of the most popular and formidable open source .NET contenders in the CMS market today and we recently had an opportunity to discuss a bit more about this company and their products with Navin Nagiah, CEO of the DotNetNuke Corporation. CC: Can you tell us a bit about yourself and how you came to be with DotNetNuke? NN: I am an Electrical Engineer by education.... Read More →

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Mike Johnston

By Mike Johnston

May 20, 2010

CC: Can you tell us a bit about yourself, your background and how you came to work for Sitecore? MS: I was President of a successful multimillion dollar custom software development company and while there, I envisioned the need for a Microsoft-centric system for creating and managing websites that could take the online experience far beyond the then present technology. In 2002, with four... Read More →

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