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As of January 1, 2005 all Gilbane Report articles from 1993 – 2005 are available free of charge. The links below are to either web pages, PDF files, or both. There are a few missing, but if you are interested you can contact us and we might be able to help with a copy of a print version. You can also check with your corporate or government organization’s library. All articles were written by Gilbane editors or invited expert contributors. Gilbane Reports contain no advertising and were never sponsored.

The Gilbane Report 2004-2005

Vol 12, Num 10:
Blogs & Wikis: Technologies for Enterprise Applications?

Vol 12, Num 9:
KM as a Framework for Managing Knowledge Assets

Vol 12, Num 8:
Trends, Burning Issues, and Notes From The Gilbane Conference

Vol 12, Num 7:
eCommerce & Content Management: More Important than Ever

Vol 12, Num 6:
What is Enterprise Information Integration (EII)?

Vol 12, Num 5:
Compliance: Make “DRM” A Part of the Solution

Vol 12, Num 4:
Understanding Taxonomies & Search for Corporate Applications

Vol 12, Num 3:
Collaboration: the Next Big Thing in Enterprise Software?

Vol 12, Num 2:
The Trend Towards Distributed Content Management

Vol 12, Num 1:
Content Management Industry Consolidation: What Does It Mean?

The Gilbane Report 2003-2004

Vol 11, Num 10:
XSL-FO: Ready for Prime Time?

Vol 11, Num 9:
What’s Next for XML and Enterprise Content Management?

Vol 11, Num 8:
Microsoft, Adobe & W3C to Shake Up Electronic Forms Market

Vol 11, Num 7:
Content Management Strategies: Integrating Search

Vol 11, Num 6:
A Call to Arms: Content Technology Works!

Vol 11, Num 5:
Performing a Content Audit

Vol 11, Num 4:
Portals & Content Management Systems: Have Two Markets Become One?

Vol 11, Num 3:
Open Source Content Management Redux

Vol 11, Num 2:
The Classification & Evaluation of Content Management Systems

Vol 11, Num 1:
Information Integration, Objects, Content Services & Infrastructures

The Gilbane Report 2002-2003

Vol 10, Num 10:
Corporate Portals – Success Kills the Market

Vol 10, Num 9:
XML 2002 – More Than Just Another Show

Vol 10, Num 8:
The Role of XML in Content Management

Vol 10, Num 7:
Searching for Value in Search Technology

Vol 10, Num 6:
SVG – The Future of Web Rendering?

Vol 10, Num 5:
A Framework for Understanding the Information Management Market

Vol 10, Num 4:
The Top Ten Trends in Content Management

Vol 10, Num 3:
In Search of Search Solutions

Vol 10, Num 2:
The Many [Inter]Faces of Content Management

The Gilbane Report 2001-2002

Vol 10, Num 1:
What is an Information Model & Why do You Need One?

Vol 9, Num 10:
An Alternative Model of Personal Information Management

Vol 9, Num 9:
Who Should Own Your Content Management System?

Vol 9, Num 8:
Understanding Web Services

Vol 9, Num 7:
Editorial Interfaces & Enterprise-enabled Content

Vol 9, Num 6:
Why Content & XML Integration Technologies Are Fundamental

Vol 9, Num 5:
The Application Server Cometh, II

Vol 9, Num 4:
Open Source Content Management: A Parallel Universe?

Vol 9, Num 3:
Privilege Management & Rights Management for Corporate Portals

Vol 9, Num 2:
Choosing an Architecture for Wireless Content Delivery

Vol 9, Num 1:
XHTML: What You Should Do About It & When

The Gilbane Report 2000-2001

Vol 8, Num 10:
XML: The State of the Union

Vol 8, Num 9:
E-books: Technology for Enterprise Content Applications?

Vol 8, Num 8:
What is Content Management?

Vol 8, Num 7:
Syndication, Actionable Content, and the Supply Chain

Vol 8, Num 6:
Digital Rights Management: It’s Time to Pay Attention

Vol 8, Num 5:
E-catalogs: Strategic Issues for Suppliers

Vol 8, Num 4:
Content Management: Application vs. Application Server Solutions

Vol 8, Num 3:
XML on the Front End: Connecting People & Processes in B2B E-Commerce Environments

Vol 8, Num 2:
ASPs, Content, & Code

Vol 8, Num 1:
XML, EDI, Content & Commerce

The Gilbane Report 1999-2000

Vol 7, Num 10:
E-commerce Evolution & Content Strategies

Vol 7, Num 9:
XML at Work – Technical Publishing

Vol 7, Num 8:
Understanding Microsoft’s XML Strategy

Vol 7, Num 7:
The IMS, Metadata, and Web-based Learning Resources

Vol 7, Num 6:
Repository Solutions – Which Category is Right for You?

Vol 7, Num 5:
XML vs SGML – A Cautionary Tale

Vol 7, Num 4:
Rich Clients & Office 2000

Vol 7, Num 3:
Procurement, Nets and Butterflies: Content Applications for New Web Business Models

Vol 7, Num 2:
Metadata, ICE, & New Horizons

Vol 7, Num 1:
Dynamic Content, XML, and Electronic Commerce

The Gilbane Report 1998-1999

Vol 6, Num 6:
1998 – A lot of Extensible Markup

Vol 6, Num 5:
Vendor Visions & User Realities

Vol 6, Num 4:
The W3C DOM – A Programmer’s View of Documents

Vol 6, Num 3:
The Style Sheet Landscape

Vol 6, Num 2:
The Landscape – Spring 1998

Vol 6, Num 1:
Document Computing – Is This Our Business?

The Gilbane Report 1997-1998

Vol 5, Num 6:
Authoring in Crisis – Where Next?

Vol 5, Num 5:
Metadata
– What It Is and Why We Need It on the Web

Vol 5, Num 4:
Unicode & Internationalization Issues in Document Management – A Global Solution to Local Problems

Vol 5, Num 3:
The Browser Platform – Its Problems & Its Future

Vol 5, Num 2:
Where Do We Stand in Early ’97 – The View From Documation

Vol 5, Num 1:
Intranet Search – What to Expect

The Gilbane Report 1996-1997

Vol 4, Num 3:
Components & Standards – A Key to Usable Software

Vol 4, Num 3:
Groupware & Document Management – Changing Dynamics

Vol 4, Num 2:
SGML
Today – What Is Its Role?

Vol 4, Num 1:
Planning for Document Management – How to Get Started

The Gilbane Report 1995-1996

Vol 3, Num 6:
Organic Information Management – A Better Way to Reengineer Information Management Systems

Vol 3, Num 5:
Print on Demand – Changing How We Communicate

Vol 3, Num 4:
After the Earthquake – Electronic Document Delivery in the Post-Web World

Vol 3, Num 2:
Authoring for Document Management: Beyond Word Processing

Vol 3, Num 3:
ISO 9000
Document Management for Quality Control

Vol 3, Num 1:
Object-Oriented Document Database Systems: What are the Benefits?

The Gilbane Report 1994-1995

Vol 2, Num 6:
Interoperability Standards: What Are They & How Do They Relate?

Vol 2, Num 5:
CGM: SGML for Graphics? – A Structured Vendor Neutral Interchange Format for Graphics

Vol 2, Num 4:
Corporate Publishing on the Internet – Is it Realistic Yet?

Vol 2, Num 3:
Document Formatting Interchange – Why Don’t We Have a Solution?

Vol 2, Num 2:
Document Management Industry Update – Documation ’94 & Other Spring Industry Events

Vol 2, Num 1:
State of Wisconsin Legislature TEXT2000 – Reengineering for Document Management

The Gilbane Report 1993-1994

Vol 1, Num 6:
Document-Centered Interfaces & Object-Oriented Programming: How Will They Affect You?

Vol 1, Num 5:
Multimedia Rights & Wrongs: What IS Managers Should Know About Copyrights In The Age Of Multimedia

Vol 1, Num 4:
Electronic Delivery: What Are The Implementation Issues For Corporate Applications?

Vol 1, Num 3:
Document Management & Databases – What’s the Relationship?

Vol 1, Num 2 Part 1:
SGML Open – Why SGML and Why a Consortium?

Vol 1, Num 2 Part 2:
Document Query Languages – Why is it So Hard to Ask a Simple Question?

Vol 1, Num 1  Part 1:
What the Report Will Cover & Why – An Introduction to “Open Document Systems”

Vol 1, Num 1 Part 2:
Vol 1, Num 1: Imaging, Document &Information Management Systems – What’s the Difference, and How Do You Know What You Need?