Posts Tagged ‘IBM Content Manager’

Digital Experience with WebSphere Commerce

This year during the Digital Experience Conference the integration scenarios of Commerce Server has been a hot topic. When integrating with Commerce there are 3 suggested scenarios. Some advantages of utilizing Digital Experience for the Commerce server include: Single environment to author all content for either Portal or Commerce sites. Includes both e-spots and full pages […]

Consumer Engagement with Florida Blue – 2015 IBM DigEX Conference

Phani Kanakala of Florida Blue and Charles Mahoney of Perficient presented a member portal case study at the 2015 IBM Digital Experience Conference.  Florida has continually evolved their digital experience since releasing their first member portal on the IBM Digital Experience platform in 2008.  Florida Blue is the largest health insurance provider in Florida with […]

Supporting the TOGAF-ADM using a SharePoint EA Portal Part 2

Throughout my career there have been a couple of quips that I have followed when presenting certain ideas; “Eat Your Own Dog Food” along with its close cousin Practicing What You Preach. In the first article of this series I promoted the idea that architecture is about collaboration and communication. I then laid out a […]

Keeping up with the Fixes

A huge number of my projects are platform upgrades, and every time I ask my customers why they haven’t applied a single published fix for any of the products involved since the system was built (sometimes upwards of 7 years ago). They usually reply with a variation on the old trope, “If it ain’t broke, […]

Why Should I Upgrade to IBM Content Manager 8.5?

The Big Picture: IBM has released Content Manager 8.5, CM8, (formerly DB2 Content Manager). This update brings a number of long awaited features and modifications to IBM’s home-grown ECM platform. It also brings some feature and component deprecations. I’m going to highlight three major improvements and then discuss the impact of some major feature deprecations. […]