Google released a letter to the government this week requesting permission to publish national security letter requests.
Cannon updated its mobile print and scan tool for Android this week.
If you're not paying attention to SnapChat, perhaps you should be.
OpenText's new Web Experience Management tool aims to help marketers deliver relevant content to web site visitors.
The term metadata hit the mainstream last week in a big way when NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden released documents proving the NSA was collecting call metadata from certain Verizon customers.
HP introduces Autonomy Control Point 4.0 with the promise of helping organizations get a grip on old, often hidden content.
AirWatch SecureContent Locker helps secure content on the move.
SDL launches free translation website.
Gmail updates how it sorts mail.
In tests, Minbox performs fairly well.
Salesforce.com might have filled in the missing piece in its marketing strategy with its purchase of ExactTarget, but it still remains to be seen if it can pull the pieces together into a coherent product set.
ECM is not the answer to today's complex information management requirements, and actually probably never was.
Responsive web design is only part of the solution you need to provide or you risk losing a good part of your audience before your mobile website even loads.
SiteCore 7.0 is less about customer experience management than it is about the customer managing his or her own experience through search.
Talk about a strange mix: BuzzFeed has teamed with CNN to start a YouTube channel.
Box bought Folders last week and plans to incorporate the design and much of its functionality into Box for iOS later this year.
If Yahoo can manage to swing a deal for Hulu after grabbing Tumblr, it would be a coup for them indeed.
WordPress turned 10 this week and that deserves some recognition.
Online storage vendors need to move beyond pure sync and share, or risk being commoditized into oblivion.
Consulting firm Avanade spearheaded a survey to see what kinds of social technologies both business leaders and end users were adopting in the enterprise. And their results were surprising.