DuckDuckGo is going through a major overhaul. You can get a sneak peek today though.
This is my final FierceContentManagement newsletter and I attempt to tie together almost six years at the helm.
Bloomfire announced this week direct integration with several leading online file storage and sharing platforms including Box, Dropbox, Google Drive and Microsoft OneDrive.
With a focus on mobile, sales and particularly Salesforce users, cloud-based content management provider SpringCM has partnered with an app company--SteelBrick--which creates price quoting apps, to release a new application to help speed up sales cycles.
Clickability unveiled a new user interface designed with mobile device and tablet content in mind.
Joomla released an update this week that should lead to faster load times and websites that are easier to find in search engines.
Intralinks purchased IRM vendor DocTrackr last week, perhaps beating Box to the punch.
Netflix will be offered on some U.S. cable provider set-top boxes for the first time.
HBO finally learned that there's money to made in selling their content.
Hippo 7.9 has something for IT and end users.
Microsoft replaced a buggy version of SharePoint 2013 SP1 with a new one that admins hope is, well, less buggy.
Amazon announced a ground-breaking deal with HBO this week to deliver HBO's much sought-after content on Amazon's Prime streaming video service.
Egnyte expands their European presence by opening a London office.
Dropbox needs to decide if it's a busines tool or a consumer one because it's going to be tough to do both, simply because the business folks will have a hard time taking it seriously.
Igloo recently announced they were making free templates available to all customers. These templates let you set up Igloo to make it work best for you as a company and your use case.
Rumor has it that Marissa Mayer wants Yahoo to be the default search tool on the iPhone--and who can blame her?
Bing made modest gains again this month in comScore's search marketshare overview, but the gains didn't come at the expense of Google.
Last year, we interviewed new OpenText CMO Kevin Cochrane shortly after he stepped into the role. Now, one year later, we check back in with Cochrane to see what OpenText has been up to over the past year, as well as to see what's coming up in the pipeline for the Canadian-based, enterprise content management company.
Nuxeo's latest build includes Elasticsearch, a much more efficient way of searching.
As Dropbox and Box continue their battle, Microsoft could play a growing role, and we could see some interesting action in this space in the coming months.