The Gilbane Report that it has made all Gilbane Reports available free of charge, and that there will no longer be a charge for subscriptions. The Gilbane Report also announced the launch of a new Weblog that will be authored by Gilbane analysts and consultants, and will provide interactive commentary on the information technology market, technology, and trends that the Gilbane Report is known for, including content management, XML, document management, enterprise search, enterprise information integration, digital asset management, knowledge management, collaboration, Intranet and portal publishing, authoring and editing, multi-channel publishing, standards, etc. “The addition of the new business blog will provide a much richer and dynamic environment for communication with our customers and colleagues in the content management community,” said Frank Gilbane, Editor & Publisher of the Gilbane Report. “In combination with the 12 years of reports, news, white papers, and case studies on our website which are now free and permanently referenceable, we have a uniquely powerful way to reach and converse with our tens of thousands of readers around the globe that need to stay current on content technology”. “As recent research from the Pew Center confirms, blogs are now an enormous part of the Internet, with more than 32 million readers in the US alone,” said Bill Trippe, Senior Editor and Consultant at the Gilbane Report. “And while personal and political blogs are perhaps the best known part of the blogosphere, technical blogs are already central to the larger conversation about where enterprise computing is headed”. Visit the updated websites at www.gilbane.com/blog, www.gilbane.com.