We have transformed from an interrupt model to the Attention age. That means you have to come up with creative ways to keep your customer's attention moving forward.
If we believe that content management systems are about management, we have lost sight of the mission.
This week, Liferay announced an update to its open source portal product at the Liferay Symposium North America in San Francisco. The update focuses on easing the transition to mobile devices.
Jive introduced Jive X, a cloud-based customer customer community platform this week at Jive World.
Tibbr and Huddle announced a partnership last week, giving customers a one-stop shop for collaboration and enterprise social.
Google continues to control consumer search, even while Microsoft makes slow progress, but for now, not much changes when it comes to search engine marketshare numbers.
A new tool enables whistleblowers to share files with publications securely and anonymously.
CXM sounds great in theory, but doing it right requires a massive technological and cultural shift that most companies aren't likely prepared to make.
Adobe and HP unveiled new anayltics offerings this week.
Snapchat lets you string together snaps into a story.
What exactly is the value of content marketing? This infographic explains.
Seismic has come up with a nifty program for generating customer presentations from a template-driven form, which helps enforce data accuracy, branding and formating.
In a case of business making strange bedfellows, Comcast is in talk with Netflix to deliver Netflix content to cable customers.
Bing and Klout have teamed up to create social snapshots in the search engine based on information in your Klout profile.
Meg Whitman joined Marissa Mayer this week in calling her employees back to the office, but these moves fail to acknowledge the power of online collaboration tools.
Silk, a company with a unique approach to blogging, introduced a new Teams version this week.
Barnes and Noble released updates to the open source ePUB validator tool.
While Healthcare.gov continued to experience problems, the issues could be related to the architecture of the site and not just the volume of traffic.
Lexmark purchased PACSGEAR last week to help continue to build their Perceptive Software division's healthcare content management play.
IBM bought Xtify, giving them a smart, young company, which provides push notifications from major brands to consumers across mobile devices.