Content creators may be more interested in data about their readers or listeners than in being paid directly for the content itself.
Microsoft's going full on to the cloud, but are its customers ready to go with it?
I thought about skipping this year's SharePoint conference, but given what's at stake as it transitions to a cloud-mobile strategy, I didn't want to miss it.
Enterprise social software can break down hierarchies and communications silos and foster innovation and ideas--and that's just for starters.
France is on the wrong track if it believes it can protect its print publications industry by charging Google a tax to link to their content.
In an age of increasing amounts of content, when software needs to be tailored more to the needs of business units, perhaps it's time to look at content management beyond the notion of ECM.
Mobile devices are causing disruption of IT as they scramble to accomodate the requirements of a mobile workforce, and nowhere is this more pronounced than content management.
Box holds its BoxWorks conference this week, part of a growing trend of vendor-hosted conferences where the host controls the message for the entire time.
C-level executives and presidents alike are learning that matter how much they may want to control content on the Internet, it's just not possible.
Marc Benioff might have just seen the enteprise social light, but I'm here to tell you it's not new by any means. So for the benefit of Mr. Benioff, I give you an enteprise social history lesson.