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Present and future of CMSs by Jeff Eaton

Jeff Eaton, CMS expert, frequent writer and speaker at web and open source conferences, shares his thoughts on topical real-world content management trends and issues. Currently Jeff works as senior digital strategist at Lullabot in the US.

Jeff is also a highly respected Drupal expert. He is one of the core developers for the Drupal project, specializing in architecture and API development. See “eaton” on drupal.org if you want to see what Jeff works on. We met with Jeff at Content Strategy Forum Helsinki 2013. Continue reading “Present and future of CMSs by Jeff Eaton”

Is the role of the Web CMS getting smaller?

Jun 3, 2013

The question of the current status of the evolving role of Web CMS was the key takeaway from my recent conference trip to Philadelphia. This article summarizes my presentation that touched the topic from one angle. Also in the end of the article I will summarize the discussions around the matter during the conference. Continue reading “Is the role of the Web CMS getting smaller?”

CMS trends: App store model

10.12.2012

CMS Expert Group Europe met in Basel in October. Issues on the table covered CMS usability issues, performance and optimization in web projects and we also took a look at CMS related marketing buzzwords like WEM and other new acronyms.

This time participants were mainly consultants and vendors (eg. Magnolia, Oracle, Onion.net), only Dan Jackson from London University College representing a customer with timely CMS challenges.

I will next outline my three main takeaways from the meeting. The takeaways are not direct observations from the meeting discussions, but more about my personal insights that got reinforced during the trip.
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