MetaVis launched a new reporting dashboard this week for SharePoint cloud users.
Content marketing and social media are a perfect match and one strategy drives the other. If you're not getting this yet, what are you waiting for?
Box bought security startup dLoop last week.
With the freedom of content marketing comes the responsiblity of governance to make sure that your company isn't exposed.
Creative Commons announced the latest update to its alternative copyright license.
Is email dying as this infographic asserts? Probably not.
Barnes and Noble had another dismal quarter and Nook was the worst part of it.
The new AvePoint governance product has been retooled to work in a hybrid SharePoint 2013 environment.
Sitecore bought e-commerce product commerceserver.net last week.
Google appears to be taking on Flipboard and iOS newstand with its new Google Play Newsstand product
I keep hearing people wondering how Obama's campaign web team could be so good and Healthcare.gov be so bad, but it's not a remotely fair comparison. Here's why.
Marc Benioff has decided to abandon the notion of the social enterprise like last year's fashions. It's on to the shiny, new thing.
OpenText revealed a sweeping new vision for its product lines this week at its annual EnterpriseWorld conference in Orlando, Florida.
Dropbox announced a new way of organizing information this week to let employees keep private files and company files in separate containers in a single interface.
Box announced a new preview feature this week.
PaidContent will be subsumed into GigaOm, its owner's brand--and I'm a little sad to see it go.
John Newton has been thinking about the future and he sat down with me at the Alfresco Summit to talk about what might happen the next 10 years.
Alfresco is a company that to this point--to a large extent--has flown under the radar, but with a new CEO and a new vision, they are looking to take it to the next level.
SpringCM's new release makes it easier to compare versions of documents and share content outside of its cloud platform securely.
Google announced this week on the Google Developer's blog that the Google Drive SDK lets developers build deep integration with Google Drive (not unlike the way Dropbox has allowed embedding in other products, as we wrote this week with Onehub).