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Articles by Lisa Hoover McGreevy
The Allegheny Health Network reported a $17.8 million operating loss for its first quarter, significantly more than its projected forecast.
ProofMe, a new online tool launched this week, aims to show a little love to the people actually creating the content businesses need.
A new study by Digital Clarity Group revealed that the content management and digital experience technology of U.S. and U.K. higher-learning institutions aren't making the grade.
In a trial that lasted only 10 days, EHR software vendor Epic Systems won $940 million in damages after suing a contractor over stolen documents and theft of trade secrets.
The Virginian-Pilot reported that the City of Portsmouth, Va., has been improperly shredding city documents for months and has no paper trail tracking exactly what documents and files have been destroyed.
Adobe signaled its deepening commitment to digital marketers this week with the news it has agreed to acquire social engagement platform Livefyre.
Enterprise software vendor Liferay announced a new product this week designed to help teams throughout an organization work together to create a comprehensive customer experience.
Adobe made it easier to adopt paperless workflows with this week's launch of a new Adobe Sign integration and the announcement of partnerships with Box and Microsoft OneDrive.
If your enterprise social networking platform includes digital asset or document management tools, Real Story Group Research Director Kashyap Kompella suggested you ignore them because "you'll be better off using the right set of tools that are meant for the respective use cases."
Researchers for new study by The Economist Intelligence Unit said they have established a "measureable link" between mobile-first work environments and positive employee engagement.