Globalization in Web Content Management - Recap
Our July show kicks off with some industry news covering the recent worldwide IT spending numbers which will surpass 3.6 trillion US$ and what this means in real world application. Oracle makes a move into the Social Enterprise path with its acquisition of Involver. Agility makes the news with their bold decision to push their custom CMS development onto the shoulders of their partner network and focus on increased product development. SharePoint returns to the newswire with the imminent release of their 2013 public beta labeled “Wave 15” and cloud based CMS vendor Alfresco, details a recent partnership with Kodak.
Allie Kelly from Lionbridge graces the CMS Connected set and quickly shows her clear breadth of knowledge on Web Globalization. Tyler is once again is able to bring out the best from our guests with his open ended and topically significant line of questioning. Scott and Allie engage in some engrossing expert dialogue surrounding the globalization of content and the multilingual requirements necessary to communicate internationally. Allie also shares some interesting user behavior tidbits with regards to expectations and globalization.
Tim Walters joins the team via Skype to help make sense of some newer CMS terminology such as Internationalization and Localization. Organizations can start to trip over themselves quite quickly if this process isn’t planned out with a comprehensive strategy and clear goals from the onset. Tim’s expertise in this field is obvious and we highly recommend watching through his segment a couple of times as he delivers a great deal of knowledge in short and concise sound bites.
We take a closer look at DotNetNuke in the CMS Connected Spotlight thanks to Stephen Medve of Falcon-Software. We close out with another speed round of RapidFire where we covef the future of Drupal, ePublishing's Acquisition, Hippo goes enterprise, eZ in TheClouds, a new LMS from Kentico and Newsgator & Microsoft get a mention.