Amazon Web Services is attempting to again court the enterprise crowd with a new document storage and sharing service called Zocalo. Primary tools include security and permission management, authentication, any-device access, versioning and annotation.
If you're noodling around the idea of employing document-management-as-a-service, content management consulting firm Amplexor takes a deep dive into its pros and cons.
There's no denying mobile enablement is important in the content management landscape but it's often simply an add-on component of web-optimized solutions already on the market. Raw engineering, developers of the built.io application development platform, announced the launch a mobile-first content management system for enterprise that comes with mobile enablement built right into the product.
Developers who spend a lot of time trying to improve mobile capture for their companies' documents will want to take note of SimpleECM's new widget-based software development, or SDK, kit that adds capture functionality to enterprise productivity apps with just two lines of code. In fact, the SDK's name is probably longer than the code itself.
Citing decreased storage costs on its end, Box announced July 15 it has dropped storage limits for all its business customers. No doubt they also saw Amazon Zocalo and Google Drive creeping up in the rearview mirror.
BBC World Service has been facing some troubling freedom of the press issues in Thailand since the Thai army seized power earlier this year. In a surprisingly innovative workaround, the editing team has decided to forgo a standard content management system for article management in favor of a Facebook news feed.
According a presidential directive issued in 2012, all federal agencies must manage permanent and temporary email in an electronically accessible format by 2016. Tod Newcombe, Senior Editor of Governing, says the mandate is great in theory but until the government steps out of the Stone Age, the policy is next to meaningless.
As I was preparing for this week's newsletter and column, I kept running across article after article with the same theme: deploying a new content or records management system can take an Ice Age. It doesn't matter how big a business you are or how deep your pockets are, when you make the decision to implement or upgrade your system, you'd best settle in for the long haul.
KIA Motors Australia unveils a new predictive customer experience platform via Sitecore that it hopes will outpace the competition.
ECRM industry expert Don Lueders took a lot of heat last year when he went on record to say he no longer supported the DoD 5015.2 Electronics Records Management Standard. He called it an "obsolete relic" and "a failed attempt to provide effective functional requirements for managing electronic content through the final stages of the information lifecycle." It turns out Lueders may have been right.
IBM says today's businesses are buried under too much content and social media. Fortunately, the business giant wants to help you access your company's data anywhere, anytime, across any device through its new big data service, IBM Navigator on Cloud.
Competency-based learning--measuring a student's knowledge of a subject rather than simply how many hours they've applied themselves to learning it--is gaining traction in the classroom, but most LMS's aren't geared towared that type of learning environment. LoudCloud announced the launch this week of what it calls the world's first competency-based learning platform, LoudCloud CBL.
In 2012, The Department of Homeland Security elected to move all its public-facing websites to Drupal in order to more easily share code among its internal agencies and manage its entire codebase on a single, shared platform. That resource sharing led to DHS's recent announcement of an enhanced Study in the States informational website for the international student community.
Blake Callens, CEO of the newly-released content management system PencilBlue, makes no bones that he's set his sights on overtaking WordPress to become the dominant open source CMS option for content providers. Callens says it's "the first online publishing platform to meet all of the market's current needs." Can the company deliver on such a bold statement?
Enterprise search capabilities are a useful employee productivity tool but a new report by data management vendor Varonis reveals only 38 percent of the IT pros they surveyed plan to invest in it anytime soon. They cite security and accuracy risks as primary concerns, followed by end user resistance and scalability issues.
As Drupal's developers continue to push out alpha releases of Drupal 8, support for older versions is winding down. Drupal's policy to date has been to only support the current and previous versions, but Drupal founder and lead developer Dries Buytaert says the community has decided to continue to support 6 for a while longer than anticipated.
Cloud-based education platform PassTheNotes announced five new partnerships designed to bring more teaching tools into the classroom. Combined, the partners will reach 85 percent of U.S. public school districts and more than 45 million students.
News of Priceline's recent acquisition of digital marketing software vendor Buuteeq has Evision CEO Vikram Singh calling out hotel owners who use proprietary content management systems. He says choosing an open source solution over a custom CMS is the only way to ensure your online presence won't be compromised and that you never lose the content you worked hard to create.
When Portland, Oregon city archivists toured the records storage facility of the Portland Police Museum last year, nothing seemed amiss. But the archivists suddenly returned earlier this year to seize 90 percent of the personnel records dating back to around 1910, and the museum's director was so miffed, he resigned.
MongoDB CEO Max Schireson knows his company isn't charging all it could for its services, but it's not a purely altruistic move