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.
Texting about company business on your personal phone probably isn't smart, but there are plenty of safe communication alternatives to email.
Google announced last week that their TV dongle, known as Chromecast, now supports Hulu.
Mindjet wants to differentiate itself from the Enterprise 2.0 pack by making the product about innovation and idea sharing--and that may not be a bad approach.
Evernote Business can now be integrated directly into Salesforce.com, giving a sales team a de facto content management system.
It was reportedly a rough first day for healthcare.gov and the state-based healthcare exchanges, but that should have been expected.
Sitefinity has built connectors to Marketo and Salesforce.com to produce more customized content for website visitors based on what you know about them.
Automattic bought startup Cloudup last week.
HP made a smart move for once by combining HP Extreme and Autonomy into a single business division.
It's hard to measure the value of good content, but maybe we have to think about success in different ways than pure ROI.
Google has floated the idea of a new technology to replace third-party cookies, and it raises a whole slew of issues.
ViewDo Labs is the new company that was formed when most of the Axceler assets were sold to Metalogix recently.
Box made some big announcements last week, but Box was never about pleasing the conventional content management crowd.
Google makes QuickOffice free.
Flipboard recently announced a new round of funding to allow the content aggregation startup to keep expanding.
Without a hint of irony, Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer accused Google of having a monopoly in search and suggested U.S. authorites should investigate.