Goodbye 2006, Welcome 2007

2006 has been an exciting year for content technologies. Based on some of the interesting happenings, the following themes (in no particular order) have emerged that might have an impact on this space in coming years:

  1. Standards: or the lack of them was evident. Although portal standards (JSR-168, JSR-286) have done well, content management standards (JSR-170, JSR-283) have not done that well. Alfresco, Magnolia, Day and eXo support JSR-170 and there have been occasional talks of JSR-170 connectors for other products (e.g., BEA supports this using Day’s connectors). However, I think the acceptance has been below my expectations.

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Enterprise Content Management and Security

James Governer and Alan have written posts about ECM and security. The problem that many of these products implement their own security model instead of using external security products is not limited to just ECM products. I’ve seen some portal products also that have their own security model. Most products in this space actually claim … Read moreEnterprise Content Management and Security