Ektron takes Enterprise 2.0 back to the portal

Ektron announced a new product recently called eIntranet, a tool that takes Enterprise 2.0 functionality and packages it inside a portal framework. The package includes standard Enterprise 2.0 tools

Where content meets code: U.S. SEC mandates, Python and financial content

Guest post by Diane Mueller These are interesting times for Financial Content providers and consumers. The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) put the first stake in the ground during the

Nuxeo joins the case management parade

Nuxeo joined the case management parade this week when it announced a new product they are calling Nuxeo Case Management Framework (Nuxeo CMF). This announcement comes on the heels of similar

Sarbanes-Oxley takes minor hit in Supreme Court ruling

The Supreme Court ruled yesterday on a challenge to the Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX), the 2002 law that defined rules and regulations for financial reporting by publicly traded companies. The ruling,

Oxygen debuts cloud-based file and collaboration platform

LeapFILE introduced a virtual file sharing and collaboration platform recently they are calling Oxygen. The system provides a way to share files in the cloud, and view and edit them on any device.

IT can't control information flow forever

I recently responded to a problem posted on one of my social networks about sharing files between home and work. I suggested the person use Dropbox. I was a bit shocked to learn that the person's IT

EMC SourceOne introduces two file management tools

EMC announced two new members of the growing SourceOne family of products this week with SourceOne File Intelligence and SourceOne for File Systems. The former provides the means to generate

Kindle and Nook drop prices (but not far enough)

Amazon and Barnes and Noble both announced price cuts this week (not coincidentally, I imagine). Amazon cut the Kindle to $189, not long after B&N announced it was cutting the Nook to $199. Not

A quick look at WordPress 3.0

By now you are probably aware, WordPress 3.0, aka Thelonius (after the great jazz musician Thelonius Monk) has been officially released. I use WordPress on my blog, so I bravely

A quick review of Google Docs changes

Google Docs (NASDAQ: GOOG) made some changes to its word processor this week. Some of the tweaks are good and some not so good. Let's start out with the positive stuff first. They have changed to a

Recommind survey finds growing IT-legal gap

Recommind recently released results of a survey of IT and legal pros and found that the gap between the two departments is growing instead of shrinking. Recommind VP of Marketing, Craig Carpenter was

Generis releases iGoogle CMIS gadget

In what is probably going to be the first of many CMIS applications using common tools, Generis has announced a new Google (NASDAQ: GOOG) Gadget that can search across repositories from within

The conspicuous absence of ECM at Enterprise 2.0

As regular readers are no doubt aware, I spent a good part of last week catching up on all things Enterprise 2.0 at the Enterprise 2.0 Conference in Boston. For a subject that deals with a

Enterprise 2.0 Conference photo montage

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Analytics could help fuel Enterprise 2.0 adoption

One of the themes I heard this week at the Enterprise 2.0 Conference in Boston was that it's important to find ways to measure success with Enterprise 2.0 systems. As companies begin to make

SharePoint's Finn relaxed and confident

Last year when I met with Christian Finn, director of SharePoint at Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT), he was a bit combative (as I wrote in "SharePoint director remains bloodied by unbowed"). This year, in releases desktop file synching filled in a big hole in its product last week when it announced an automatic desktop file syncing tool. This enables users to sync the files they choose from the desktop to the cloud

Best of Enterprise 2.0 Conference

Each year when I go to the Enterprise 2.0 Conference in Boston, as I have for the last several years. I look for some products or services that seem to stick out above the rest. This year it proved

Redefining Enterprise 2.0

Regular readers may recall my past rants against mixing up Enterprise 2.0 and Web 2.0. (See "Time for Enterprise 2.0 to Grow Up") Happily I didn't see this kind of blurring at this year's show as

The attack of the huge Enterprise 2.0 vendors

A funny thing happened at the Enterprise 2.0 conference in Boston between last year and this year. All of a sudden larger vendors have discovered this space in a big way and it's changed the