Cyber Monday sales were way up from last year and mobile devices played a big part in it.
A week after HP announced an $8.8 billion write-off of its purchase of Autonomy, the fall-out continued and questions swirled about how HP's auditors could have missed the alleged accounting improprieties.
We go one on one with Mark Barrenechea, president and CEO at OpenText and ask him about the changing face of enterprise content management.
Canon U.S.A. has released an iOS printing app that lets user print directly from an iOS device to any compatible Canon printer.
Content creators may be more interested in data about their readers or listeners than in being paid directly for the content itself.
Central Desktop announced Moodboards, a Pinterest-like service for creative pros to collect visuals related to a campaign.
BroadVision is on the right track providing tools to measure activity on the Clearvale social network, but they may be making it more complex than it has to be.
The HP-Autonomy deal never seemed liked a good idea. Now HP is accusing their $10 billion acquisition of misleading them. Uh oh.
Microsoft broke 16 percent for the first time this month in the monthly comScore search engine market share ratings.
Piktochart lets you create customized infographics in the cloud.
We go one on one with CoreMedia CEO Gerrit Kolb to discuss the past, present and future of Web Content Management.
Microsoft's going full on to the cloud, but are its customers ready to go with it?
EMC has announced that its file syncing solution Syncplicity will now be integrated with Brainshark's Slideshark app to provide users with easier access to powerpoint presentations on iOS devices.
Microsoft has introduced new eDiscovery tools in SharePoint 2013 they claim is a magnitude better in terms of ease of use, but it's not without limitations.
OpenText has introduced two new social collaboration offerings this week at its Enterprise World 2012 conference in Orlando, Florida.
Webtrends has partnered with SharePoint to provide analytical insight into SharePoint social usage.
As Telligent and Lionbridge team up on an integrated translation software solution inside Telligent's Communities product, it provides a means for more individuals to participate and also to expand into new markets.
I thought about skipping this year's SharePoint conference, but given what's at stake as it transitions to a cloud-mobile strategy, I didn't want to miss it.
EMC updates its IIG product line, but can it modernize and maintain a monolithic ECM approach at the same time?