CoreMedia 7 uses a mobile first approach and tries to incorporate other key trends like social and the cloud.
LinkedIn is flying high and one of the big reasons is a firm focus on content.
Last week, Salesforce.com bought the French enterprise repository connector company, Entropysoft.
We spoke to Kevin Cochrane, the new CMO at OpenText, about the challenges he faces moving forward.
With all the choices available today, why would anybody decide to build a custom CMS from scratch?
HyperOffice tries to bridge the gap between email and social by providing an interface that gives it all.
Bitcasa came out of Beta this week offering unlimited, encrypted storage for just $99 a year.
about.me, which offers a simple way to create a one page biography about yourself, was sold to AOL just months after launching in 2010. This week, it announced it was once again an independent company.
Box announced a new partnership program this week that combines several initiatives under one partnership umbrella.
OpenText hires Adobe's Kevin Cochrane to be CMO.
Dropbox announced some new features this week that won't exactly dazzle you, but which will begin to help you manage your content stored on the service.
Netflix showed, with "House of Cards" this past weekend, that if you produce quality content, people will watch and talk about you, proving once again the power of great content.
A new startup, Convercent is attempting to disrupt compliance software with a mobile, social and cloud solution.
A survey conducted at the SharePoint Conference in November found that a lot of companies remain on older versions of SharePoint and those upgrading this year may stay away from the cloud when they do.
AllThingsD reported this week that Box's funding round from last summer had actually grown $25 million--from the original $125 million to $150 million.
Foxit added another piece to its PDF Security Suite this week with the Foxit RMS PDF Protection Tool.
After taking Facebook Graph Search for a spin, I wasn't terribly impressed.
The Huffington Post has begun rolling out updates to its commenting system, which introduce changes like comment threading, unique URLs for comment threads, and even advertising in threads.
United States government law enforcement on behalf of institutional copyright holders has gotten out of control and it's time to take a step back a redefine copyright law for the 21st century.
This infographic explains everything you ever wanted to know about Creative Commons licenses, but were afraid to ask.