Enterprise CMS systems are a lot like mobile phones. As soon you buy one, a fancier option hits the market the next day. Of course, content management systems are far more costly in both time and money to replace, and legacy systems tend to linger in the workplace for as long as they remain useful – and then some.
Cloud-based archiving solutions firm Smarsh announced Wednesday it has paired up with popular social media management platform Hootsuite. Together, they plan to make it easier for companies to track and archive content from social media accounts like Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter.
The Obama administration released the third version of its Open Government National Action Plan recently that turns the screws on federal agencies slacking on records management and email record keeping.
Cloud-based learning management system Schoology announced this week it has secured $32 million in Series D financing, bringing its grand total of investment dollars to $57 million.
Mobile content management company Colligo revamped its Colligo Engage platform and rolled out three mobile apps Monday, all aimed at making it easier to work inside Microsoft's collection of content and document management products.
Clarizen rolled out a new version of its flagship collaborative work management software of the same name Wednesday. Its main new features rely heavily on visuals to facilitate more efficient workflows and improved collaboration.
Enterprise search firm Coveo announced last week it secured $35 million in Series D funding, bringing the total so far to $75 million.
You can spend all the time in the world managing the customer experience, but if your product content isn't up to snuff, you could lose the customers you worked so hard to get.
Box CEO Aaron Levie has some strong words for companies that don't apply the same critical thinking to corporate content management as they do other important enterprise technology.
Document management systems of one kind or another are a virtual staple of offices across the planet. As more companies eschew filing cabinets and hand-processed document manipulation, DM systems are finding their way into new and interesting workflow processes.
It's possible to take a good idea too far.
Mobile software development company Trilibis launched a new mobile app development framework this week that taps into a company's existing Web content and quickly converts it to mobile formats for viewing on portable devices.
Enterprise software vendor Extensis rolled out a new pricing structure for Portfolio 2016 this week, bringing DAM within reach of small- to medium-sized businesses and throwing in some new features with appeal to organizations of any size.
Microsoft and cloud management software vendor SkyKick announced this week the availability of a cloud backup tool as part of Microsoft's Partner Network package. The service provides free unlimited backup to eligible Action Pack or competency partners in the U.S., Canada, Australia and New Zealand that sign up by June 2016.
Software as a service data backup is only one component of cloud services, but it's a big one. I caught up with Jeff Erramouspe, VP and GM, at Spanning by EMC, to walk me through some common questions about SaaS data backup and clear up some misconceptions along the way.
A recent update to content management platform Telerik Sitefinity boosted its digital marketing toolset to offer better personalized content options and improved customer engagement options. It also includes extended support for Amazon Cloud and Microsoft Azure Web App.
Document-productivity vendor Nitro scooped up enterprise software company DoxIQ this month to keep its momentum going to become a cloud-based smart document services vendor.