Box turned up the heat in the cloud content management market this week when it announced new security enhancements and a slew of new partnerships.
Microsoft revealed plans to further integrate Yammer into the SharePoint cloud product.
As I visit Mobile World Congress, I ponder the importance of mobile in all aspects of content management today.
Adobe strongly recommends installing security updates for Adobe Acrobat and Adobe Reader.
Adobe's latest Creative Cloud tool, Adobe Reflow, was released into Beta last week.
When content owners block legal access to content, they simply fuel the very type of behavior they were hoping to prevent.
SDL has enhanced its machine translation module and incorporated it across its entire language translation platform.
Microsoft continues to make modest gains in search engine market share, but is it really worth the billions it's investing to keep the Internet division afloat?
NewsGator makes it easier for customers to upgrade from SharePoint 2010 to SharePoint 2013 with shared codebase. New features let users work in the context of their job.
With the latest release of Nitro Pro, the company is taking aim at Adobe Acrobat, offering comparable features for a third of the price.
Last week, MarkLogic announced it was releasing a free developer license for the MarkLogic Enterprise Edition with the goal of encouraging developers to build applications on top of the MarkLogic platform.
Microsoft is trying to use the xBox as a new advertising revenue stream by producing original content for the system.
Dropbox added a new administrative console that should make it friendlier for business.
CoreMedia 7 uses a mobile first approach and tries to incorporate other key trends like social and the cloud.
LinkedIn is flying high and one of the big reasons is a firm focus on content.
Last week, Salesforce.com bought the French enterprise repository connector company, Entropysoft.
We spoke to Kevin Cochrane, the new CMO at OpenText, about the challenges he faces moving forward.
With all the choices available today, why would anybody decide to build a custom CMS from scratch?
HyperOffice tries to bridge the gap between email and social by providing an interface that gives it all.
Bitcasa came out of Beta this week offering unlimited, encrypted storage for just $99 a year.