This week I was at Gilbane Boston and as I gorged on the bountiful smorgasbord of ‘key takeaways’, inspirational quotes and great conversation at this CMS industry love-in – I was disarmed by possibly the quote of my week. As I sought out my buddies Robert Rose and Scott Liewehr for mentioning me and my blog..
Over the last few weeks I’ve been thinking about the news that Klout and Radian6 are working together having seen my friend @Robert_Rose tweet about it and I seem to have an obscure English 80’s new wave song “Living by Numbers”by New New Musik lodged in my head. I imagine that very few people reading..
This is a post that I’ve been meaning to write for a while. having seen plenty of examples over the years of web content management replacement projects and a common perception that any problem is a tools problem. Also, I confess having been in sales situations as a vendor that have preyed on the fact that an organization perceived that..
A couple of things have inspired this post, firstly Quora’s insistence that the answer to every CMS question is Drupal, (actually more correctly the communities answer to every question) and a chance encounter of a fellow simultaneously riding a bicycle, carrying a suitcase dicing with death in the Oxford traffic. Which kind of encapsulated a few..
I originally posted this on the Gilbane blog back in October 2010 when I was an analyst there – as that blog has now changed hands and many posts removed, I wanted to preserve my writing here… To support our research and analysis, Scott Liewehr and I have been working on a capability model to define..
When you say WEM, do you say Web Experience Management or Web Engagement Management? What does it mean and does it matter and what about CEM? Well, in this post I want to explore that, in direct response to a couple of things – firstly I promised in my latest post over at the Gilbane..
This article was originally published on the Gilbane Blog back in July 2010, when I was an analyst there. That blog has now changed hands and many of the posts removed I wanted to preserve this writing here… Recently I wrote an article for my blog – Taking the W out of CMS – exploring content management..
As a fresh new broom sweeps through my professional life as I transition from years of vendor representation to that of an analyst – I’ve changed the title of my blog (and the URL). I’ll obviously write more on my move – but more importantly – changing the name of my blog? Why ‘Hovering Over..