Dig. Experience Platform
There's more to watch here, but on the whole, we're seeing more suite-style strategies emerging in the upper mid-market
I'll say a short requiem for RSG's decade-long portal evaluation stream: it was fun while it lasted.
Despite many similarities, Liferay and IBM WebSphere are quite different different and suited for divergent use cases.
This is a comprehensive overhaul to the report, not just in terms of content but also in structure and evaluation criteria
Updated reviews of Google, Igloo, Jive, Liferay Social Office, Verint/Telligent, and Traction â€” with new entrants to the report: eXo and Interact. Here's a sneak peek of some of the findings
For Red Hat customers who invested in EPP, this is bad news. Red Hat will support you until March 2018, but effectively, this is a dead product and you should start looking at alternatives. It's a lesson, too, that "open source" does not always mean more stable or durable
Many of these vendors and products have come to a crossroads. Repeat the mantra after me - caveat emptor.
Portal technology continues to play an important role in many enterprise architectures. They are a better fit than other types of tools for enterprises that require
Let me share a dirty little secret within the portal industry
Earlier this week, we released updates to our Portals and Content Integration evaluations. The new version focuses on significant upgrades of Microsoft SharePoint and Liferay Portal
You might think comparing Liferay & Alfresco is like comparing apples and oranges, given each address different marketplaces (Portals and Document Management, respectively). But we're asked to compare these two very often.
Portals Research Updates to WebSphere, WebCenter, Red Hat, SAP, Backbase, eXo, Liferay, Plone, and OpenText
Last week, we released Version 10 of our Enteprise Portals and Content Integration evaluation research
Portal technology still plays a key role in many business scenarios, and as a result, portal vendors have not been sitting idle.
I continue to be amazed at the frequency of how often this question comes up: "Should we use a Portal platform to build out our Intranet / Customer Extranet / Fill in your scenario], or not?
The modern digital workplace and public internet is of course increasingly mobile. So for those enterprises with portal-driven experiences, what's the best way to "mobilize"?