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EditLive Now in Beta for IBM Connections

Mark Polly, director at Perficient, recently published a blog featuring a video that showcases the benefits and features of Ephox’s EditLive. EditLive is a web-based text editor included in IBM WebSphere Portal and IBM Web Content Manager. It’s also now in Beta for IBM Connections.

EditLive brings lots of great features to people who create and edit content on the web.  Traditionally, content was edited in desktop applications like Dreamweaver, MS Word, etc and then copy/pasted into a web based editor.  The problems with this approach is that often times features available in those desktop tools are not available in web-based editors, so you lose formatting or, worse, get formatting you can’t possibly fix.  EditLive resolves all those issues.

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Callie Jones

My name is Callie and I'm the digital marketing manager at Perficient. I spend most of my days managing Perficient's online and social media presence, which includes Perficient's IBM, Microsoft and Oracle practices. I came to Perficient through the acquisition of PointBridge in February 2012, where I was the content marketing specialist. Prior to that, I spent three years at Hubbard One, a Thomson Reuters business, marketing software and services to law firms. I grew up in Minnesota and graduated from the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities with a degree in journalism and mass communications. Like most Minnesotans, I have an affinity for the state and it’s summers.

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