Cloud collaboration battle in full swing

Recent moves by major players prove cloud collaboration has become must-have functionality -- and those without it, could be in serious trouble.

Bing goes after Google yet again

Microsoft has come up with a new marketing campaign to get people to switch from Google to Bing. Good luck with that.

Box accelerates content uploading

Box Accelerator aims to provide dramatically increased upload speeds for Box customers wherever they are in the world.

One on one with Dave Dickson of Adobe

It's not always easy to know whether to go with an apps or mobile web strategy. We asked Adobe's senior product marketing manager in charge of digital publishing how he advises his customers.

Marc Benioff drops bombshell at TechCrunch Disrupt: Announces Box competitor

Marc Benioff dropped a bombshell during an interview with Michael Arrington at TechCrunch this week.

YouTube develops its own iOS app

As the rift between Google and Apple grows, iOS will no longer include YouTube as a native app, and that means Google had to release one of its own.

For Amazon and mobile device makers, it's always been about content

Amazon and other successful mobile device makers have recognized that the name of the game is selling content. Those that have struggled have concentrated too much on the device itself.

Adobe Social aims to bring unified social view

Adobe introduced Adobe Social this week, an online social media marketing suite.

Coveo brings enterprise search to

Coveo brings enterprise search to and brings the idea of 360 degree customer view closer to reality.

Spotlight: Google gets more secure with online virus scanner, VirusTotal

Google has purchased online anti-virus tool VirusTotal.

One on one with John Pavley CTO Huffington Post Media Group

In our one on one interview with Huffington Post Media Group's CTO, we asked him why he chose to build a custom CMS.

WordPress introduces Liveblog add-on

Liveblog from Automattic lets WordPress VIP customers live blog without going through the administrative back-end.

Badgeville brings gamification to Drupal

Badgeville announced a partnership with Acquia to bring gamification to the Drupal platform.

New website lets enterprise buyers rate products and services

IT Central Station is a new service that lets enterprise buyers rate the products and services they purchase.

Kodak builds scanning, workflow app on SharePoint 2010

A new scanning solution from Kodak is built on top of SharePoint 2010 and aims to simplify scanning from paper to digital workflows.

Spotlight: Microsoft makes changes to cloud service agreement

You should be aware of a recent, key change to the Microsoft cloud services user agreement.

Dropbox beefs up security with two-step verification

In response to recent security issues, Dropbox has added two-step verification, but is the cure worse than the problem?

Google needs to choose search or content

As Google expands into more content, it may be time for it to decide if it's a search engine or a content company. It's going to find it increasingly difficult to be both.

New Podio feature lets you share email in your social stream

Podio has introduced a feature to reduce email dependence by allowng users to forward emails directly to their Podio social stream.

Flipboard reaches 20 million users

Flipboard turned two this summer and it's been growing like crazy.