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One on One with Ryan Howard of Practice Fusion

Ryan Howard came up with the idea for Practice Fusion in 2005. He wanted to build a new way to manage electronic records. Today, Practice Fusion is a free, ad-supported, fully cloud-based electronic

Adobe's new Web Experience Management tool combines Omniture and Day

This week Adobe (NASDAQ: ADBE) announced the new Customer Experience Management platform, which brings together two of its acquisitions, Day Software and Omniture, into a single solution. Using

Google Viewer introduces 12 new file formats

According to a post on the on Google's (NASDAQ: GOOG) Docs Blog, Google recently added support for 12 new file formats into the Google Viewer. The Viewer is a handy tool that lets you open and view

Bing Bar puts Facebook and email front and center

Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT) introduced a new Bing search toolbar last week that hopes to be your computing dashboard. The only problem is that, for now at least, it only works with Internet Explorer 7

One on One with Dries Buytaert of Acquia

Dries Buytaert is founder and CTO at Acquia. He's the original creator and project lead for the Drupal open source web publishing and collaboration platform. He serves as president of the Drupal

Box iOS update aims for enterprise

Box.net updated its iPad and iPhone applications with features that make it more enterprise friendly including password protected documents for an added layer of protection, SSO log-in to provide

Slideshare introduces web conferencing

Last week SlideShare introduced a free online web conferencing application called Zipcast to use in conjunction with its slide sharing service. Meetings can be public or private and each room gets up

Semantic search could be further than it seems

When Watson, the IBM computer, appeared on Jeopardy recently it brought to light the power of semantics in computers. It might have even given you the impression that semantics have come further than

Government agencies turn to Drupal despite procurement challenges

Using open source software in the federal government is challenging, but the problem is not due to the technology. The problem lies with old procurement models and regulations that are better suited

Coveo 6.5 concentrates on personalized business analytics

Coveo released a new version of its enterprise search platform this week with a focus on generating personalized content viewable in dashboards. The idea is to give you a dashboard view of the

Crocodoc HTML 5 viewer takes PDF collaboration to the browser

This week, Crocodoc announced a highly functional HTML 5 PDF viewer that works in the browser and enables reviewers to collaborate with each other in real time, without the need for external

Best practices for developing an enterprise mobile strategy

Guest post by Apoorv Durga The mobile marketplace is seeing a lot if activity. Earlier this month, Antenna Software, a provider of mobile applications mainly for enterprises, acquired Volantis

Borders files for bankruptcy

The Wall Street Journal reported that Borders Group, Inc, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy on Wednesday and will close 30 percent of its stores shortly. Borders Group owns Borders, the book store

Sitecore and Lionbridge team up on web localization

Web content management vendor Sitecore has teamed up with localization vendor Lionbridge to help customers ease the translation and localization burden. The solution combines Sitecore's WCM with

Accuracy of search engine results called into question

There's been lots of news lately about consumer search engines that bring into question the accuracy of the results. Recently, reports surfaced that Bing was copying Google (NASDAQ: GOOG) search

Open Text buys BPM vendor Metastorm

Open Text announced last week, it had reached an agreement to buy Metastorm, a Baltimore, Md.-based business process management, business process analysis and enterprise architecture software vendor

Nuxeo joins Eclipse to increase ECM open source presence

Nuxeo, the open source ECM vendor, announced today that it has proposed moving its Java Content Repository to the Eclipse Foundation, which--not unlike the Apache Foundation--acts as a conduit for

Survey: SharePoint 2010 made gains in the enterprise

A survey conducted by Global 360, a business process management and case management company--and Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT) partner--found that SharePoint 2010 usage had increased from 8 percent in an

Kindle update includes real page numbers

Amazon.com announced an early preview of a Kindle software update that includes real page numbers, on its Kindle web page this week. This may not sound like much on its face, but it enables readers

SpringCM enhances process automation and workflow

SpringCM, which provides a cloud-based ECM platform platform, recently announced some enhancements to its workflow and automation capabilities. Updates include the ability for non-technical users to