Darwin Information Typing Architecture or DITA is an XML based architecture built for topic based authoring and digital publishing. DITA was created for businesses struggling for content repurposi...
Content XML Servers Hold A Ton Of Space An XML content server allows large publishing organizations, government agencies and other content heavy organizations like insurance companies, medical r...
Businesses are wondering how they will manage to keep up in today’s digital world from a publisher’s standpoint. With instant access to almost any information on the web, it makes it c...
Ezine Publishing, Saving Money With A Digital Asset Management System And Taking Advantage Of User Generated Content
Saving Money With A Digital Asset Management System And Taking Advantage Of User Generated Content To Sell Products in Today’s Market. Using a Service Oriented Architecture, (SOA), XML cont...
DITA was created for businesses struggling for content repurposing solutions. When it comes to large text book companies for example, they can now target a specific audience of one. Before it was...
Take it Online to Increase RevenuePrint isn't dead, but it's wheezing, and no one knows that better than you, the publisher. Ad revenues are dropping, circulation is declining and even major newsp...
Times are changing. Readers now behave differently than ever. They read different things and in different new ways. And now, they no longer want simply to read - they want to write too. They want to b...
<a href=www.marklogic.com/information/xml-content.html>XML content</a> servers are changing standard publishing methods into <a href=http://www.marklogic.com/solutions/publishing.htm...
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