Tag: CMS

Enterprise Web CMS – Gartner Magic quadrant

Gartner Magic Quadrant Summary We at Macronimous started working with Custom CMS using ASP (Active Server Pages) during 2001. Then we moved to WordPress by Automattic, Joomla and Drupal (by Acquia)which you see  in visionaries. It has an open source self-hosted version, which is widely popular due to its easy of use and the support community that offers plugins and themes that make the development and implementation low-cost. However, things are different in Entreprise CMS. Sitecore is dominant …

4 Things you should let your web development client know

Not all the web clients are tech or web savvies. Many times you should pave them their success path online. Here are few a list of 4 important things which you should let your client know, if they trust your web development skills. <b>1. Flash:</b> When they ask for a fully flashed website, let them know the adversity it might make. By doing this you are helping them to establish the right online presence. Unless your client is Coca …

Oxite … Opensource CMS in Microsoft way!

Last week there came a surprise from Microsoft, an Opensource CMS. While there are plenty of Opensource CMS applications  available, we may not need another one in the line. However, I really appreciate this step from Microsoft. Microsoft named as Oxite, and ASP.NET Model-view-Controller based CMS. This bold open source attempt from Microsoft, contains a blog engine kick-started basically to help with certain complex functionalities involved like RSS, trackbacks and other social networking wonders including comments, allowing Open search …

Is your opensource CMS flexible enough to accommodate your custom design?

In a survey, by the Information Architecture Institute, 47.6% of people says “My CMS is not flexible enough to accommodate my design”, as a key issue they face with many Opensource CMSs available in the market. This made me  think about the truth behind this. What prevents them from making a great design for their CMS driven site? Is it the CMS they’ve chosen or the customization skills they lack? When we offer consultation for Opensource CMS selection, …