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Recent Key Developments
October 2013 The latest round of CJO development sees a range of beneficial new features added to the platform, including:
The latest round of CJO development sees a range of beneficial new features added to the platform, including:Selected articles available for download in ePUB format
Readers will now be able to download selected articles on CJO in ePUB format. ePUB files provide a far superior reading experience for tablets that includes reflowable content, resizable text, page turning, and support for audio and video content. Incorporating ePUB on CJO also allows for all Cambridge Journals articles to be delivered to any e-reader device, including Nook and Kobo, as well as Kindle.
During this beta phase, ePUB article can be found in over 50 Cambridge Journals, including English Today, Parasitology & Journal of Linguistic Geography. We are confident that this will be a useful feature for our readers, and hope to roll out ePUB format to all Cambridge Journals in the near future. For more information, and a full list of journals currently featuring ePUB, visit our ePUB blog post.PCI compliance across CJO and CJO Mobile
The latest round of CJO updates saw the implementation of a PCI-DSS (Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard) compliant system on CJO and CJO Mobile. Incorporating PCI compliance into all online transactions ensures that customer credit card details are securely handled by a third-party provider and all personal data is safely processed. PCI promises to make CJO an even more secure platform on which to purchase orders, both on desktop and mobile devices. For more information, read our PCI blog post.ORCID Identifiers
ORCID provides authors with a unique digital identifier that acts as a key by which to distinguish their work. This avoids the issue of disambiguation between authors. ORCID numbers will now displayed alongside every author on CJO, for all those that have registered for their unique identifier, allowing readers to quickly and easily identify the correct researchers for all forthcoming Cambridge Journals articles. Plans are also in place for next year to apply ORCID ID's to all backdated CJO articles.
For more information about ORCID digital identifiers, or to sign up for your own ORCID ID, visit their website.
Improvements to search functionality
Improvements have been made to enhance the speed and accuracy of searches run across CJO, including the addition of a 'search the exact phrase' option, and searchable FAQs on our help pages.
CJO has undergone extensive behind the scenes development to ensure that it remains a reliable, fast and robust platform.