Are enterprise social networking tools worth the investment?
The Conde Nast-Amazon partnership makes a lot of sense for both parties.
Netflix signs a deal with The Weinstein Company for exclusive domestic content beginning in 2016.
OpenText buys BPM vendor Cordys and hopes to go after lucrative case management business in the cloud.
Hubspot's latest updates are aimed towards marketers who want to customize the web experience for each visitor based on what you know about them.
After gaining share for a number of months, Bing was unchanged in the latest comScore search engine marketshare statistics.
Barnes and Noble drops the price of the Simple Touch with Glow Light, but it's likely much too late to matter, as the Nook division continues to lose money.
You think a CMS is supposed to make your life easier? Think again.
Which Web CMS architecure is right for you--Coupled or Decoupled? Our guest post explores the pros and cons of each approach.
Content Marketing can produce all kinds of positive results for companies.
Box has released a slick update to its Android app.
DCG has released a new report evaluting service vendors who very often help choose and implement a web content management solution.
NBC hopes Stringwire purchase will provide a way for citizens to share video of breaking news with them.
Axceler's ViewPoint enterprise gives you insight into activity and usage across Yammer and SharePoint, providing valuable analytics.
It's been a fast five years here at Fierce and I can't begin to anticipate the changes we will see in the industry as we move forward, but if it's anything like what we've experienced so far, it's going to be a wild ride
Applause is the name of a new service that synthesizes user ratings and comments to provide a much deeper, more analytical view of the quality and uptake of apps and services.
At the end of July Microsoft plugged a gaping hole in its enterprise social networking tool, Yammer. An error in Yammer's implementation of OAuth allowed a security researcher at Vulnerability Laboratory to find critical information with simple Google searches and use that information to log in as another user.
Bezos is a widely respected business mind, but thus far industry observers have been left to speculate as to his strategy for the Post, and how it does—or doesn't—fit together with Amazon.
Basecamp and Sharepoint are well-known options for collaboration, but what if you want something a little gentler on the wallet?