Posts Tagged with portal

Seeing Shifts: Gartner Magic Quadrant for Horizontal Portals 2014

Gartner has released its Magic Quadrant for Horizontal Portals 2014 and it contains some interesting surprises.  For the first time in several years, Gartner has moved IBM and Liferay ahead of the other vendors in both vision and execution ability. The leaders for 2014 are still the same leaders as in 2013 and 2012. For […]

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Gartner Magic Quadrant for Horizontal Portals 2013

On September 12, 2013 Gartner released their latest Magic Quadrant report for horizontal portals.  Overall, the Magic Quadrant hasn’t changed much from last year with the vendors staying in the same quadrant as they were in 2012 (yawn…).  You can see my blog post from 2012: Gartner Magic Quadrant: Horizontal Portals 2012. In the leader quadrant, […]

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Twitter Bootstrap and Adobe CQ5.5

In doing some research into Adobe CQ5.5, I came across an interesting article that sent me into a new research mission today.  (Whenever I see something new, I just have to research it right then and there.) So I came across this link in Google:  TWITTER BOOTSTRAP FOR ADOBE CQ5.5.  I had no idea what […]

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Adobe CQ5.5 Now Available

I blogged in February a Sneak Preview of Adobe CQ5.5 and yesterday Adobe announced that this new version is available immediately.  With this new announcement, Adobe is providing out of the box  integration with many other products in the Adobe Digital Marketing Suite, including: Insight for analyzing large volumes of data in real-time Scene7 for converting rich media […]

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Gartner PCC – User Experience Platform Update

Gene Phifer spoke about the trends in what Gartner calls the User Experience Platform (UXP).  The big change from last year appears to be a split in the emerging UXP market into Suite vendors and Lean vendors. Gartner sees many vendors, such as IBM, Microsoft, and Oracle expanding more and more into the Suite side […]

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Adobe CQ5.5 Sneak Peek

Today I attended a Webinar given by Adobe showing a sneak peek at CQ5.5.  Almost a year ago I blogged about how Adobe CQ5 had arrived.  Adobe CQ5.5 will include significant improvements especially for digital marketers. Adobe plans to announce CQ5.5 in March,  2012 and there will be lots more new features than what I […]

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Adobe CQ5 as a Portal

We’ve seen a lot of interest in Adobe CQ5 lately. One question that comes up a lot is about CQ5’s portal capabilities.  Michael Porter blogged last year about the trend of Web Content Management systems to become more portal-like (see Web Content Management’s Trend Towards Portals). It is true that overall CQ5 has lots of traditional […]

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2010 Magic Quadrant for Horizontal Portals

Gartner Magic Quadrant for Horizontal Portals 2011

On October 28, 2011, Gartner updated their Magic Quadrant for Horizontal Portals. While not much has changed from 2010 in the leader’s quadrant, there are a few new names on the chart in the other quadrants.  In the pictures here you can see the 2010 version compared to 2011. Microsoft, IBM and Oracle continue to […]

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When to use JSR 286 vs JSR 168 for portlets

Some confusion exists in the portlet development community, because many vendors tout their compliance with JSR 168 standards and less rarely talk about JSR 286 compatibility.  I think this is mostly due to the fact that prior to JSR 168 becoming mainstream, the standards were loose and vendors built to their own specifications.  So becoming […]

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Mobile iOS Development: FlashBuilder vs Web Experience Factory

You want to build a an application once and deploy it to lots of different devices without much rework.  That’s an age-old problem that we once thought would go away with modern web browsers.  But now we have a new take on this issue:  Web vs Native applications on mobile devices. Well, two products are […]

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