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What is a Component Content Management System?

A Component Content Management System (CCMS) is a system that lets you manage conte…

4 Things DITA XML Can Actually Do [And Why They’re Awesome]

Concepts are nice, but capabilities are nicer. It’s time to look at what DITA XML actually does that makes it live up to the hype.

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[VIDEO] How to Use the eSignature Feature in easyDITA

[VIDEO] How to Use the eSignature Feature in easyDITA

See it in action, plan it out, then do it yourself.   The previous article looked at why good workflows matter, why audits are necessary (albeit annoying), and how the eSignature functionality can help remove some audit anxiety. Now we're going to show you how it...

How eSignature in easyDITA Will Help End Compliance Anxiety

How eSignature in easyDITA Will Help End Compliance Anxiety

[Trigger warning: audits]  If you’re responsible for compliance, audit can be a scary term across a bunch of industries. This is especially true when your systems of ensuring compliance and legal accountability aren’t as effective as they should be.  Here’s a...

[PODCAST] Capital GEEK: With Featured Guest, Patrick Bosek

[PODCAST] Capital GEEK: With Featured Guest, Patrick Bosek

[PODCAST] Capital GEEK: With Featured Guest, Patrick Bosek   On this episode of Capital GEEK with Josh Stephens, Josh geeks out with Patrick Bosek, CEO & Co-Founder of Jorsek, makers of easyDITA. The product is a game-changer when it comes to managing product...

How to Clean up Disorganized Content without Breaking It

How to Clean up Disorganized Content without Breaking It

How do you reverse engineer your content architecture? It's not easy, but not impossible. I was recently asked something that laid out a common problem in the content world:  “If you have an existing site but not a strong information architecture, how would you...

How to Nail Single-Source Publishing

How to Nail Single-Source Publishing

Your technical documentation delivered exactly how you want it and, most importantly, how your customers want it.    Single-Source Publishing is the capability to publish the same, single chunk of content across multiple channels. The definition overlaps a lot...

What Are Good Documentation Practices (GDocP)?

What Are Good Documentation Practices (GDocP)?

Good documentation practice -- GDocP -- is an official documentation creation and maintenance standard.   Not to be confused with general best practices for writing documentation, GDocP is a specific term that includes a list of standards by which documentation...

Product Requirements Document: The PRD Is the Word

Product Requirements Document: The PRD Is the Word

Explain what your product does, how it does it, and some granular details that matter most.   Never assume.  This axiom applies to many things, but most especially to product. Whether you write the documentation for a product or you are designing the product...

[VIDEO] What Is Multi-Channel Publishing?

[VIDEO] What Is Multi-Channel Publishing?

Your content, published in lots of places, all at once.   Multi-channel publishing is taking one chunk of content and publishing it as multiple deliverables without any manual adjustment to the formatting.  Multi-channel publishing, when prepared correctly, is...

DITA vs. DocBook: Determining the Trendline

DITA vs. DocBook: Determining the Trendline

Comparisons are tricky business.    They only work if there’s a certain level of overlap. For instance, if you are interested in buying a new vehicle, you would probably compare two or more vehicles within the same category.  If you were looking for an electric...

Technology Isn’t Waiting For You [So Stay Ahead of It]

Technology Isn’t Waiting For You [So Stay Ahead of It]

Adapting to digital progress isn’t an option anymore, it’s a necessity.    Tough love. Something we all need once in a while, especially when it shakes up comforts that have long since settled into sleepy complacency.  Businesses know this, too. McKinsey surveyed...

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