Twixl-Integration, SSO, Cloud Management: Feature enhancements in vjoon K4

Carsten

Agile software development enables you, amongst others, to improve large features more quickly and make these enhancements available to customers in much shorter intervals. A good example of this provides the current release of vjoon K4 version 7 R3. Compared to its first presentation in September 2016, the integration with Twixl Publisher has been optimized, enabling content marketers and publishers to edit and publish their content in one professional, highly automated environment centered on vjoon K4.

“La Presse au Futur” in Paris – recap.

Carsten

From November 23 to 24 “La Presse au Futur” took place in Paris for the 10th time. This event includes a comprehensive presentation and workshop program as well as a fair with around 70 exhibitors. As one of the largest and most important industry events in France, more than 1,000 publishing experts and executives are visiting this conference each year.

Top 5 Vorteile Cloud und On-Premises

Carsten

Consider any DAM or publishing system today and you’ll probably find a “cloud version” that is perfect for your needs. Cloud solutions seem to be what everyone desires, because, if it’s in the cloud, it must be better – isn’t it? Well, maybe, and maybe not. To know what solution really fits to your needs is critical for your company. So here’s what we hope is some unbiased advice to help you choose:

New Approval Management

Christian

Almost every project in publishing has a part that includes a review and approval process. This is an often overlooked aspect when estimating the length of time it takes to complete a project. The new version of vjoon K4 has a new feature that’s aimed at the agony of review and approval process — its called “Approval Management”.

Digital Transformation in Corporate Communication

Christian

According to Gartner, in 2020 over 21 billion devices will be connected and communicate with each other. Another Research Institute, the International Data Corporation (IDC), estimates with 28 billion devices in 2020 even higher values. Both institutes see those devices to be responsible for ten percent of the worldwide data traffic at that time.