Gamification is seen as a solution to get people involved in enterprise social software, but it won't work for everyone or in every organization.
Many organizations are adopting Enterprise Content Management solutions, but how do they know they're on the right track and assess their ECM maturity?
This week's Industry Voices guest post looks at the advantages of moving to electronic records management and the folly of the paper filing cabinet.
Box announced it was expanding operations into Europe this week, opening a new London office and a new partnership with HP in Europe.
Managing massive amounts of video data, Major League Baseball Advanced Media outgrew its stop-gap enterprise collaboration techniques and upgraded to a complete SaaS solution.
Rumors of a $1.2 billion deal for Microsoft to buy Yammer have persisted for almost a week, yet neither side had confirmed the deal as we went to press.
There weren't many content management vendors at this year's info360 conference, but sessions like one on moving content management to the cloud provided practical take-aways.
Litera's Metadacte 2.0 gives you more control over metadata security in email, allowing you to strip any metadata you define from an attachment before it goes out the door.
There was content news aplenty at Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference this week, but the question is: Are you willing to sacrifice privacy for convenience? Well are you?
YouSendIt functionality is now built into Yahoo! email and several other popular email programs, making it much simpler to send large files in a secure fashion.
If Amazon is getting ready to take its App Store international, it only makes sense that the Kindle Fire with its flagging sales will not be far behind.
While it might seem like a stretch to compare WWDC and info360, there is a strong link between the two events--and the link is content.
The newest version of ControlPoint from Axceler gives administrators more control over setting SharePoint governance policies across the organization.
Digital Clarity Group, a new analyst firm lead by Scott Liewehr, launched this week.
Flipboard, the popular iOS application, announced an Android Beta this week.
Google took it to Microsoft again this week when it purchased Quickoffice, a mobile product that lets users open and edit Microsoft Office documents on multiple phone operating systems.
Badgeville, the gaming platform company, announced a new plug-in this week for SharePoint 2010.
We asked a couple of analysts to share their thoughts on Salesforce.com's purchase of Buddy Media this week, and while they were mostly positive, they also suggested being cautious initially to see how well the two companies mesh.
The newest version of DotNetNuke, the open source web content management tool, got more social, enabling users to build internal and external social networks.