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With the New Year comes new opportunity. We've complied a list of 13 web presence related articles for you because now is a great time to reflect on past achievements and plan for future goals. This is not only sound advice for personal growth, but also for your company’s web presence goals.
5Nova is proud to be a part of Kentico's "Trees for Bugs" initiative. This fall, the team from Kentico helped to reforest three areas in their native Czech Republic by planting 126 new trees of the apple and pear variety. Each tree represents a software bug identified by someone in the Kentico community. And this one was dedicated to our own Stephen Jester.
The most ambitious release to date from Kentico Software is finally here – Kentico CMS 6 featuring the new Enterprise Marketing Solution. This new version of the flagship product boasts a new skin to its user interface and corporate sample site; however, it is the meaty tissue below the surface that makes this release worth salivating over.
Kentico CMS 6, the most recent release from Kentico Software, now includes a healthy dose of API examples right inside the Kentico installation. What's even more exciting is that these examples are functionally interactive!
Two weeks ago I attended the Kentico Connection 2011 conference in Denver. This was Kentico’s second year for the conference, and their first in North America. Like most business conferences, the time leading up to this event was filled with chaos, expectations, excitement and uncertainty.
The newly released version of Kentico CMS, 5.5 R2, is focused on the business intranet portal space. With three pre-defined design themes, users can quickly get up and running out-of-the-box with native support of document libraries, project and task management, workgroups and WebDAV.
Like most startups, when 5Nova launched, our team was zealous and eager to achieve our goals. Our passions drove us to work hard and long. But with the drive to succeed comes the temptation to over committ.
If you are like me, Classic ASP (Active Server Pages) still remains in the toolbox, standing by for that next 'simple' project. Or maybe there's a web app you would like to write in .Net, but you need to prototype business logic with a simple UI? In my opinion, Classic ASP fits the bill.
From customer service to technical support, the use of video to document your business processes may be the best way to capture tribal knowledge and instill consistency. It's also a great way to convey your corporate personality and energize your intranet content.