Digital Marketing – Forthcoming Evaluation Research

Train and metro networks around the world are perpetually under construction, with new lines getting added regularly and existing ones getting a makeover. We are also adding a new line called “Digital Marketing” to our own Vendor Map. As I noted in this blog post, Digital Marketing can cover a panoply of different tools and … Read moreDigital Marketing – Forthcoming Evaluation Research

eXo Platform quietly goes for Cloud and Mobile

¬† The open source eXo portal platform¬† released their latest version 3.5 last week. eXo platform is a “portal-like” offering that we cover in our Portals and Content Integration report. It’s based on the GateIn open source portal container that eXo co-developed with Red Hat JBoss. You’ll find a few new features in the latest … Read moreeXo Platform quietly goes for Cloud and Mobile

Alfresco Version 4 is Buzzword Compliant

Last week open source document management vendor Alfresco released Version 4 of its (commercially-supported) enterprise edition package. As we’ve come to expect from Alfresco, it’s long on buzzwords and interesting new directions, but a bit short on functional niceties and architectural continuity. The key features and implications for what Alfresco calls its “Cloud Connected Content … Read moreAlfresco Version 4 is Buzzword Compliant

What the IBM Worklight Acquisition Means for WebSphere Customers

Last week, IBM acquired erstwhile partner Worklight, an Israel-based vendor. Worklight is a platform for developing mobile applications that enables you to build different types of mobile apps: HTML5 based-web apps, hybrids, and (especially) pure native apps. Our research subscribers know that IBM already offered a “Mobile Portal Accelerator” for building mobile-optimized websites. The M… … Read moreWhat the IBM Worklight Acquisition Means for WebSphere Customers