WP Engine releases a page performance booster for WordPress sites

Yesterday WP Engine released a new performance tool designed for WordPress sites. Called Page Performance, the tool monitors how long it takes for your webpages and their associated content to load.

Spotlight: India's Awapal launches new CMS, search engine portal

India-based Awapal Solutions has launched a new content management system and local search engine portal, the company announced Tuesday.

With Rowe, Microsoft wades into the news bot pool

Microsoft has released the debut version of its news-finding bot. Named "Rowe," this news bot is housed inside News Pro, Microsoft's personalized news reading application powered by Bing.

SeamlessDocs raises $7M to help governments nix paper documentation

Like the financial, legal and healthcare industries, the government sector could use a little help embracing twenty-first century documentation practices. Enter SeamlessDocs, a startup that bills itself as "the future of government forms."

Time for the photocopier industry to shift to ECM software

To succeed in this brave new digital environment, companies that sell and service photocopiers need to move away from merely selling machines and tune-ups to selling enterprise software, such as enterprise content management.

Gartner highlights Kaleo, Bloomfire, AeroFS as content management innovators

Gartner last week issued its annual spotlight of "Cool Vendors in Content Management" with Kaleo Software, Bloomfire and AeroFS earning recognition from the firm.

Facebook at Work carves a unique spot in the enterprise social market

Facebook's venture into the enterprise has been a small, select party thus far, but that could soon change as an executive at the social media giant, Julien Codorniou, told Business Insider earlier this month that a launch date out of private beta is "very close."

Spotlight: to etch entire archive on nickel plates that last 10,000 years

Digital publishing platform, which is shutting down on Sept. 1 of this year, plans to etch the contents of its entire website onto at least five 2-inch-by-2-inch nickel plates that can last for 10,000 years.

Hyland grows insurance market niche with AcroSoft acquisition

Hyland last week announced the acquisition of AcroSoft enterprise content management business from Interactive Intelligence, Inc. It did not disclose the financials of the deal.

Media Temple launches Enterprise WordPress hosted on AWS

Go Daddy-owned Media Temple launched on Tuesday Enterprise WordPress, a new WordPress offering hosted on Amazon Web Services and aimed at enterprise users.

Spotlight: Acadian turns to Markit EDM for data management

Acadian plans to deploy the new tech for security master by mid-2016.

Compliance and risk drive information management, according to AIIM report

Compliance and risk are the main motivator for instituting an information management system, according to a recent report by AIIM.

OpenText acquires customer experience software assets from HP Inc.

Canadian content management company OpenText recently acquired assets of HP Inc.'s customer experience software and services assets for $170 million.

EMC unveils suite of cloud-native ECM apps

The suite will include both EMC and third-party content apps, a modular platform and a marketplace.

Philips' van Dun faces a number of content management challenges, especially governance and processes

Philips' Joost van Dun faces a number of challenges when it comes to content management, especially having the right governance and processes in place.

Spotlight: EHR implementation costs add up to loss for health network

The Allegheny Health Network reported a $17.8 million operating loss for its first quarter, significantly more than its projected forecast.

ProofMe launches content collaboration platform for creative types

ProofMe, a new online tool launched this week, aims to show a little love to the people actually creating the content businesses need.


Report reveals state of content management at universities is 'controlled chaos'

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.

EHR software vendor Epic Systems wins stolen document, trade secrets lawsuit

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.

Portsmouth, Virginia, caught turning city records into 'confetti'

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.