While it might seem like a stretch to compare WWDC and info360, there is a strong link between the two events--and the link is content.
The newest version of ControlPoint from Axceler gives administrators more control over setting SharePoint governance policies across the organization.
Digital Clarity Group, a new analyst firm lead by Scott Liewehr, launched this week.
Flipboard, the popular iOS application, announced an Android Beta this week.
Google took it to Microsoft again this week when it purchased Quickoffice, a mobile product that lets users open and edit Microsoft Office documents on multiple phone operating systems.
Badgeville, the gaming platform company, announced a new plug-in this week for SharePoint 2010.
We asked a couple of analysts to share their thoughts on Salesforce.com's purchase of Buddy Media this week, and while they were mostly positive, they also suggested being cautious initially to see how well the two companies mesh.
The newest version of DotNetNuke, the open source web content management tool, got more social, enabling users to build internal and external social networks.
The latest upgrade of QuarkXpress lets you export directly to Amazon Kindle.
One author thinks we should forget about content management and concentrate on audience, but today's content management tools can deal with both.
Keynotes and parties are just a few of the highlights of this year's show.
Moxie released two new products last week designed to help highly-regulated industries deal with customers in online social channels.
In a burst of innovation, the three major search engines, all announced signifcant enhancements this month, showing that consumer search still has room to grow and that competition drives change.
info360 moves to the Javitz Center in New York City this year, and it offers something for just about everybody with an interest in content management.
The session tracks at info360 are divided into 14 categories, and offer something for everyone.
There is little doubt that the cloud is having a big influence on content management, and you may want to do your cloud research while visiting info360.
The info360 Conference used to be known as the AIIM Conference and Expo because it was originally launched by the AIIM organization, but AIIM hasn't run it for some time, and this year, it has its own brand identity.