Marissa Mayer turned heads when she instituted a telework ban last week, but she needn't have taken such a radical step. She just needs to have a talk with Andrew McAfee who coined the term Enterprise 2.0.
As I visit Mobile World Congress, I ponder the importance of mobile in all aspects of content management today.
When content owners block legal access to content, they simply fuel the very type of behavior they were hoping to prevent.
With all the choices available today, why would anybody decide to build a custom CMS from scratch?
Netflix showed, with "House of Cards" this past weekend, that if you produce quality content, people will watch and talk about you, proving once again the power of great content.
United States government law enforcement on behalf of institutional copyright holders has gotten out of control and it's time to take a step back a redefine copyright law for the 21st century.
There was no shortage of opinion on Facebook's new Graph Search and we decided to explore some of them.
It's easy to think--in our go-go digital world--that the paperless office is becoming a reality, but the fact is we are as dependent on paper as ever.
While many online services have acquiesced when it comes to content ownership, all the valuable data associated with that content, usually belongs to the service--and very few people seem to be complaining about it.
The Instagram controversy brought content ownership on online services to the forefront.