Apple have fired another shot across the boughs of Adobe with this site which aims to demonstrate the superiority of the “open” HTML5 standard. Except if you try to use it in anything apart from Safari, this is what awaits you:Continue reading »
Jan Ozer provides several tests of H.264 and VP8 to see how these standards for video compression compare.
“VP8 is now free, but if the quality is substandard, who cares? Well, it turns out that the quality isn’t substandard, so that’s not an issue, but neither is it twice the …Continue reading »
Sarah Saunders of UK photo library training and consulting group, Electric Lane has written a report about IPTC Spring Conference in Paris held last month, in particular some of the trends and emerging standards like IPTC G2:
“G2, which provides an XML-based standard for the exchange of news …Continue reading »
The recently ratified CMIS Standard that is being adopted by leading ECM vendors and industry bodies is currently being discussed at some length in the industry. This article by Paul Dyck of AdLib asserts (with some justification) that CMIS could also stand for “Connect My Information Silos”:
“If all companies …Continue reading »
In this article, John Mancini speaks to Laurence Hart about why he believes that the CMIS standard will consumerise the ECM market and covers eight points regarding the standard that everyone should know.
“CMIS is not a new interface into your content repository. At its core, it is a Content …Continue reading »
Content Management Integration Services (CMIS) is rapidly becoming a hot topic in both DAM and ECM. When released earlier this year, Open Source vendor, Nuxeo made a point of their solution’s CMIS compliance.
CMIS aims to provide integration across ECM solutions by enabling data movement between CMIS compliant systems …Continue reading »