Posts Tagged ‘web content manager’

IBM Digital Experience Helps Construct World-Class Infrastructure

Efficient construction, solid engineering, and modern design are all key elements to building modern infrastructure. With the right technology to complement the heavy lifting, workers can meet their deadlines and collaborate effectively. One of the world’s leading construction management firms was looking to augment their collaboration experience. With thousands of employees on all six major […]

Energy Client Enhances Customer Web Experience

Beyond superior product offerings, a positive customer experience is an integral component of satisfaction and retention. This was the story of a regulated electric utility company in operation for over 100 years with almost a million customers in the southeastern region of the United States. Over time, the company had developed a network of separate […]

How to Implement Lighter Weight Portals, Part 3: Knockout Portlet

In this series, I’m showing how Portals don’t have to be heavyweight.  In Part 1, I wrote about how to make the infrastructure lighter by using cloud or IBM’s Pure System.  In Part 2, I introduced the concept of using IBM’s Web Content Manager system to build very simple portlets. Now in this final installment, […]

How to Implement Lighter Weight Portals, Part 2: Portlets

In part 1 of this series, How to Implement Lighter Weight Portals, I wrote about the infrastructure and installation aspects of Portals. To make the tasks of managing and installing portals, I recommended cloud solutions and for IBM, their PureApplication system both in the cloud and on-premise. In Part 2, I turn my attention to […]

IBM Digital Experience Conf: IBM Web Content Manager Patterns

Eric Morentin and Nick Baldwin spoke about WCM Patterns that should be used in content management development in IBM Digital Experience.  Patterns of course are a “canned” way or even best practice for implementing solutions.  There are four themes of patterns they talked about: Better content / component model There are different types of content […]

IBM Digital Experience Conf 2014: Stephen Power's View

IBM Digital Experience Conf 2014: Stephen Power's View

Forrester’s Stephen Power spoke about transforming digital strategy. Stephen is Vice President at Forrester and covers the Digital Experience market.  He started by talking about the age of the customer and how we got to this point (customer centricity per Gary Dolsen).  Preceding the age of the customer was Age of Manufacturing, Age of Distribution […]

IBM Digital Experience Conf 2014: Stephen Power's View

IBM Digital Experience Conf 2014: Stephen Power’s View

Forrester’s Stephen Power spoke about transforming digital strategy. Stephen is Vice President at Forrester and covers the Digital Experience market.  He started by talking about the age of the customer and how we got to this point (customer centricity per Gary Dolsen).  Preceding the age of the customer was Age of Manufacturing, Age of Distribution […]

IBM Digital Experience 2014: Opening Session with Doug Geiger

Doug Geiger is IBM’s VP for Development for Digital Experience.  He talks about the new features available in IBM Digital Experience 8.5: New Authoring toolbar to make content creation easier BrightCove integration to publish steaming video to the BrightCove distribution network Multi-channel delivery with IBM Worklight – everything is multi-channel out of the box Portlet […]

Are you going to IBM’s Digital Experience Conference?

Next week (July 21, 2014), IBM’s yearly Digital Experience Conference will be in full swing.  In the past this conference has been called “Exceptional Web Experience” and “Portal” conference and the new name reflects not only the market changes taking place, but also IBM’s approach to the market.  The market is no longer a “Portal” […]

Are you going to IBM's Digital Experience Conference?

Next week (July 21, 2014), IBM’s yearly Digital Experience Conference will be in full swing.  In the past this conference has been called “Exceptional Web Experience” and “Portal” conference and the new name reflects not only the market changes taking place, but also IBM’s approach to the market.  The market is no longer a “Portal” […]

IBM Digital Experience v8.5 – What’s Been Removed or Deprecated

Last week IBM announced v8.5 for their Digital Experience system.  This has been known in the past as WebSphere Portal, but with all the additions to the platform over the years, its become much more than just a portal.  My colleague Brendon Jones listed a few of the new features included in v8.5.  Its often […]

IBM Digital Experience v8.5 – What's Been Removed or Deprecated

Last week IBM announced v8.5 for their Digital Experience system.  This has been known in the past as WebSphere Portal, but with all the additions to the platform over the years, its become much more than just a portal.  My colleague Brendon Jones listed a few of the new features included in v8.5.  Its often […]

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