Government content and transparency take the stage at AIIM/info360 2011

In previous years, AIIM/info360 was focused squarely on the enterprise with little mention of government content management. This year's location, however, has influenced the conference agenda and

SharePoint flexes its muscles at AIIM/info360 2011

Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT) SharePoint continues to have a strong influence across content management. While many have mixed feelings about it, you can't argue with the impact it has on the industry.

FCM coverage at AIIM/info360 2011

As we attend sessions and stroll the expo hall at AIIM/info360 2011, we want you to be part of the action--even if you're not in Washington, D.C. with us. Ron Miller and I will be attending the

AIIM/Info360 datebook

Monday, March 21 Pre-Conference Workshops If you arrive a day early, you can take advantage of the one-day practitioner level workshops. This means after the workshop and online testing, you can earn

AIIM/info360 2011 goes to Washington

Welcome to the AIIM International Conference and Expo @ info360 2011 preview issue. After two years in Philadelphia, this year's conference moves down the East coast to Washington, D.C. for the first

Open Text buys mobile app developer weComm

Open Text just announced that it has reached an agreement to purchase UK-based mobile app development platform, weComm, which provides a way to create an app from a single source and use it across a

CharacTell introduces cloud OCR invoice processing

CharacTell, a company that offers optical character recognition (OCR) services, recently announced a new cloud-based invoice processing system. Customers simply scan the invoice to the cloud service

Open government strategies may want to consider security, governance...Sharepoint?

Back in December 2009, the White House challenged the federal government to be more transparent and better leverage social media by issuing an Open Government Directive. More than a year later, many

Getting nostalgic over ECM

Guest post by Carl Frappaolo I have chronicled and grown with the ECM market for many decades, in awe of the way it has progressed from simple, stand-alone file management and imaging systems, to

Search keeps evolving before our eyes

While attending the CeBIT technology fair last week in Hannover, Germany I saw three events that showed me how enterprise search is working today and how it could evolve over the next several years

Evernote releases new iPhone update

Evernote, the note-keeping database that lives on your desktop, the web and your smartphone, and syncs across all of them automatically in the cloud, announced last week that version 4.0, was

Zinio chooses MarkLogic for mobile platform delivery project

Zinio, the digital newsstand product delivered on a variety of platforms and MarkLogic, the XML content management and search vendor, announced a deal this week where MarkLogic will help Zinio

Open source CMIS implementation Apache Chemistry graduates

Apache Chemistry has moved from the incubation phase to a Top-Level Project, according to not-for-profit Apache Software Foundation. The open source implementation toolkit provides an interoperable

Acquia takes Drupal Gardens out of Beta this week

Acquia announced it was taking Drupal Gardens, its online hosted version of Drupal out of Beta on March 2. Thoughout the Beta all tiers had been free, but starting with the official launch they will

DotNetNuke buys social software vendor

DotNetNuke, an open source web content management system built on Microsoft's (NASDAQ: MSFT) .NET platform, announced the purchase last week of social collaboration solution Active Modules (which had

Socialtext focuses on corporate Intranet integration

Socialtext released version 4.6 last week, concentrating in this release on enhancing corporate Intranets by giving them a social component. This continues Socialtext's strategy to portray themselves

Google Cloud Connect brings MS Office users to Google Docs

Last week, Google (NASDAQ: GOOG) announced that it was moving its Google Cloud Connect product out of Beta. Cloud Connect, a free plug-in, lets Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT) Office users who are tethered

Streaming content growing at a tremendous rate

As I write this week's Editor's Corner, I'm headed to CeBIT, the humongous technology and electronics show in Germany. Spread out over 24 buildings, it's one of the largest conferences in the world,

One on One with Ryan Howard of Practice Fusion

Ryan Howard came up with the idea for Practice Fusion in 2005. He wanted to build a new way to manage electronic records. Today, Practice Fusion is a free, ad-supported, fully cloud-based electronic

Adobe's new Web Experience Management tool combines Omniture and Day

This week Adobe (NASDAQ: ADBE) announced the new Customer Experience Management platform, which brings together two of its acquisitions, Day Software and Omniture, into a single solution. Using