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Link Rot: The Depth of Knowledge on the Internet is Phenomenal but Fragile

By Dick Weisinger

The internet may make more information easily available now to humans than at any other time in history, but on the flip side, the internet is a poor tool for accurately archiving data for the long term. Web pages are

WebRTC: Now Officially a W3C Standard

By Dick Weisinger

WebRTC is a framework for real-time communication (RTC) between browsers that requires no special plug-in to work. It is an open-source API that enables voice and video communication inside browser web pages. The WebRTC standard was first introduced in 2011 and has gained

Web Content Management (WCM): Managing the Customer Experience and Saving Millions

By Dick Weisinger

Web Content Management (WCM) is an increasingly fragmented market.  WCM has always been a special blend of content management that is distinctly different in requirements from standard Enterprise Content Management.  And now, new forces are coming into play, particularly technologies

Records Management: Government Agencies Need Policy Around Social Media

By Dick Weisinger

Despite the challenges that government agencies face in adopting new web-based technologies like Web 2.0 and Social Media, adoption of these technologies within the government is increasing.  Privacy, security, records management and freedom of information have all been big stumbling

Technology: Web Innovation in the Enterprise

By Dick Weisinger

A recent survey by InformationWeek identified the top 500 IT shops and the ways in which those IT groups are introducing innovation into their organizations.  37 percent of these companies said that in 2009 new IT-led products and services were