CoreMedia partnership helps customers build mobile apps

CoreMedia announced a partnership last week with German mobile applications vendor, Sevenval. Using a combination of Sevenval and CoreMedia technology, CoreMedia customers can offer mobile content

WordPress still number one, but watch out for Concrete5, says report

Water and Stone released its free annual report on the state of open source web content management. For the most part, there aren't any major surprises, but there are a few points worth noting. For 3.0 embeds SharePoint content in Lotus Notes

It's been said that SharePoint is the Lotus Notes of the 21st Century. Lotus Notes was a popular way of sharing content in the 1990s, but there are still plenty of organizations using it for email. A

KnowledgeTree keeps rolling with private cloud edition

KnowledgeTree has been busy this year and it's not letting up. This week it announced a new private cloud deployment that can be run on- or off-premises. The product builds on the desktop version expands 50 GB of storage offer to LG Android phone users announced this week it was going to be offering 50 GB of free storage to users of LG Android handsets. Now, LG joins HP TouchPad and iOS users who were previously included in the offer. The

The case for stripped-down Enterprise 2.0 tools

Content management systems live and die by requirements, but sometimes even the longest checklist in an RFP won't deliver tools that yield real results. There's a lot to be said for simple Enterprise

eZ 4.6 brings mobile and enhanced search

eZ announced eZ Publish 4.6 this week and it's chock full of enhancements, especially for an interim release like this. For starters, eZ has made it easier to develop mobile applications across a launches developer network

Last week, best known as a content management, collaboration and file sharing vendor, announced an ambitious venture to build a Box developer network. The new venture is called the Box

Flipboard partners with Tumblr, coming to the iPhone

PaidContent reported last week that Flipboard, up to now an iPad-only app, will soon be coming to the iPhone too. Flipboard also announced it is establishing accounts--a concept it didn't have prior

Copyright law has gone so wrong

Anyone who has been following the Software Online Piracy Act (SOPA) hearings can see what happens when industry heavyweights meet clueless politicians. Bad legislation ensues, and that's what we're

Show me the numbers: The role of analytics in WCM

When it comes to marketing and your website, you need to be able to measure the results. A web content management system can help by providing analytics tools or by linking to another company's

Enterprise 2.0 is people-centric IT

Making the case for enterprise social tools can be difficult. The knee-jerk reaction goes something like this: "Why give employees one more thing to interact with?" To many chief executives and

Weibo increasingly popular Chinese Twitter alternative

Weibo, a Chinese alternative to Twitter, has been gaining in popularity internally and among western companies and organizations, according to recent articles in the Wall Street Journal and Reuters.

Mindjet Connect SP hopes to increase SharePoint user adoption

Mindjet announced Mindjet Connect SP this week, a tool that sits on top of SharePoint, which it claims will simplify SharePoint, making it easier to use and increase user adoption. The way Mindjet

eReaders are alive and well, thanks very much

Remember when some joker predicted the end of eReaders a while back--oh, that was me. In the words of the late, great Gilda Radner playing Emily Latella, "never mind." New research suggests that

OpenText announces Tempo cloud file-sharing solution

OpenText released its own cloud file sharing solution this week called Tempo, which works a lot like Dropbox. You can save files to Tempo and they sync across all devices. The key difference between

Socialtext 5.0 has native mobile apps

This week at the Enteprise 2.0 Conference in Santa Clara, Calif. Socialtext announced Socialtext 5.0 with some significant new features including support for mobile apps and native Twitter

Paper still alive and well as Recall reaches 100 million boxes

While we tend to concentrate on digital content management, an announcement this week by storage company Recall drives home the idea that there is still plenty of paper in the world and it needs to

Bing makes only modest gains on Google since last year

comScore released its U.S. search engine market share numbers for October and to nobody's surprise, Google (NASDAQ:GOOG) continues to dominate. I thought it might be interesting, however to compare

Helping people do their jobs and nothing more

After reading a couple of blog posts this week, I came to a realization--one that I probably knew before, but was simply driven home by these writers. It doesn't matter what we call it or the