Bing made modest gains again this month in comScore's search marketshare overview, but the gains didn't come at the expense of Google.
Last year, we interviewed new OpenText CMO Kevin Cochrane shortly after he stepped into the role. Now, one year later, we check back in with Cochrane to see what OpenText has been up to over the past year, as well as to see what's coming up in the pipeline for the Canadian-based, enterprise content management company.
Nuxeo's latest build includes Elasticsearch, a much more efficient way of searching.
As Dropbox and Box continue their battle, Microsoft could play a growing role, and we could see some interesting action in this space in the coming months.
Animoto, the service for creating photo and video montages with music soundtracks, announced a new version aimed specifically at businesses.
Shufflrr introduced a new cloud service this week that provides a place to manage PowerPoint presentations and reuse slides from existing presentations to build an entirely new one.
Box launched a new website last week to share its open source development tools.
David Hobbs explains how to avoid getting tripped up when you have to make major changes to your website.
Square, the company that helps small businesses take credit card transactions froma smartphone or iPad, might have reached a critical juncture.
SpringCM brings their content management technology to Salesforce.com, giving employees content in context.
Dropbox might just have gotten access to a bushel of cash.
Yahoo might try its hand at orginal Hollywood TV programming if reports are correct.
Marketo fine-tuned their marketing platform with a new release, and claim a new level of personalization and ease of use for marketers.
At AIIM 2014, I found that records managers were still slow to change.
Liferay released a new mobile SDK this week to build mobile applications on top of the Liferay portal.
Backupify, the cloud to cloud backup vendor, announced they would be supporting a slew of new cloud services throughout this year.
Redmond has finally released Microsoft Office for the iPad, nearly four years after the first-generation iPad was releaded in April 2010.
More and more shoppers are turning to their mobile devices before they buy. This infographic illustrates how they are doing that today.
Lithium made the Klout purchase official last week.
Hisoftware gets a new CTO.