EMC introduced a new product this week that combines EMC's traditional search products, Isilon and Atmos, with Syncplicity, the cloud sharing service it bought last spring.
Alfresco took a big step this week when the company announced it was bringing Doug Dennerline onboard as CEO.
15Five, a cloud service that lets employees share weekly reports with management, got a big funding boost this week.
Facebook introduced a new search tool called Graph Search on Tuesday, but I'm not sure it will have a huge impact on most average users after the novelty wears off.
Laserfiche released a BPM and ECM solution last week that could help companies manage workflows in case-heavy environments.
It's easy to think--in our go-go digital world--that the paperless office is becoming a reality, but the fact is we are as dependent on paper as ever.
Zoho's latest update to its CRM tool includes a new document repository for sales collateral.
Microsoft announced improvements to the way users share files on SkyDrive.
In yet another case of improperly disposed records, a Massachusetts medical records company ends up with a big fine.
izik, a new search tool from blekko, has been designed to work well on a tablet touch interface.
While many online services have acquiesced when it comes to content ownership, all the valuable data associated with that content, usually belongs to the service--and very few people seem to be complaining about it.
Analyst Alan Pelz-Sharpe tells FierceContentManagement about papers he received anonymously, prior to the HP deal, alleging fraud at Autonomy.
The Tiki Community recently announced the release of version 10.0 of Tiki Wiki.
Barnes and Noble sold a five percent stake in Nook Media to Pearson this week for $89.5 million.
Autonomy's Mike Lynch has continued to bang away against HP's allegations of wrong doing before the Autonomy sale.
Oracle attempted to strengthen its web content management product portfolio with the Eloqua purchase just before the holidays.
Margaret Atwood and Seth Godin have started experimenting with web-based audience building platforms.
Ten years ago, Shaun Walker decided to turn his project to learn asp.net into an open source software project--and it's worked out remarkably well for him.
The Instagram controversy brought content ownership on online services to the forefront.
WordPress has introduced WordPress.com Enterprise.