Gilbane Report Archives

As of January 1, 2005 all Gilbane Report articles from 1993 – 2005 are available free of charge. The links below are currently all to PDF files. 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.

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:
SGML Open – Why SGML and Why a Consortium?

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

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

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