Collaboration Definitions

  • B

    brandjacking

    Brandjacking is an act that allows an individual or company to assume or exploit a brand's identity to undermine that brand.

  • C

    collaboration platform

    A collaboration platform is a category of business software that adds broad social networking capabilities to work processes.

  • Content Management Interoperability Services (CMIS)

    Content Management Interoperability Services (CMIS) is a specification for allowing users to share and access data across multiple content management (ECM) systems. 

  • content-based security (asset-based security)

    Content-based security, also known as asset-based security, is a gerneral term for security features that are embedded within enterprise content. Content-based security is a departure from traditional enterprise content management security measures that focus on restricting access to a static repository or network, or on securing specific devices or applications.

  • cost per like (CPL)

    Cost per like (CPL) is the amount a company pays to receive a new fan for a Facebook page, through paid advertising and sometimes through earned media.

  • D

    dark social

    Dark social is a term used by marketers and search engine optimization (SEO) specialists to describe website referrals that are difficult to track. 

  • decoupled CMS (content management system)

    Pioneered, in the early 2000s, decoupled CMS is an approach to web application deployment for enhancing the performance and security of WCM systems.

  • digital user experience

    Digital user experience (UX) refers to the look, feel and interaction of a user with digital environments. It goes beyond traditional web pages to encompass new digital form factors, including physical environments.

  • E

    enterprise collaboration (EC)

    Enterprise collaboration is a system of communication among corporate employees that may encompass the use of a collaboration platform, enterprise social networking tools, a corporate intranet and the public Internet.

  • F

    file-sharing applications

    File-sharing applications are Web services that facilitate storing and sharing of content through the cloud.

  • G

    Google +1 button

    The Google +1 button is a feature that users can click to easily recommend and share Web content within their Google network.

  • Google circles

    Google circles are groups of people in the Google+ social platform created to enable easier, more targeted content sharing that are meant to more accurately represent real-life information sharing.

  • H

    headless CMS (headless content management system)

    A headless content management system (CMS) delivers back-end capabilities for editing, organizing and storing all types of digital information, without regard to how that content is published, displayed or used.

  • Hootsuite

    Hootsuite is a social media management system that gives users an integrated user interface from which to manage their social interactions.

  • K

    Klout score

    A Klout score is a measure of a social influence that aggregates one's reach on various social media platforms.

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