Can't make it to Microsoft Ignite this year? The event is just underway, and here are some news and notes we've collected so far.
Many of us can agree that technology is changing the way we work but the case can also be made that technology is changing because of the way we work. Information Age's Ben Rossi says worker expectations are shaping the ways in which traditional content management systems are developing and, specifically, millennials have a lot to do with it.
Unified document management vendor FileBRIDGE made a series of announcements this week about its collection of technologies; FileBRIDGE Digital, FileBRIDGE Paper and FileBRIDGE Governance. A handful of new updates and improvements bring a host of tools the company says will "flip the HR time allocation pyramid upside down."
Some organizations, by their very nature, are required to archive some or all of the Web content they create. A recent report developed by Osterman research recommends that even companies that aren't required to archive its Web content for later retrieval should takes steps to do so.
A big challenge organizations face when trying to go at least semi-paperless is what to do about getting necessary signatures on documents. The easy answer is to print out the docs, pass them around, and then scan them back into the system for safe-keeping. It may get the job done, but it's hardly efficient.
Tech Target takes an inside look at Falcon, Forbes' custom-built CMS that manages both editorial and advertising content.
The only thing more nerve-wracking than implementing a new content management system is the fear of failing during or soon after the process. When a Canadian university's attempted adoption of a new CMS crashed and burned in spectacular fashion, they wanted to know what went wrong so they hired consultant Chris Walker to figure it out. Here's a rare and candid look at what happened.
What does that mean for standalone enterprise social software solutions? Are they still useful and relevant? Are the social tools built into today's traditional enterprise products good enough? Let's look at the state of enterprise social and make some predictions about where the market is headed.
In a follow up to last week's Editor's Corner, we have an update on the University of Oregon archivist who was suspended earlier this year over the school's records management fiasco has spoken out.
To make things even easier, SkyKick now offers a "Hands-Free" migration feature that completely automates the process.
Enterprise software vendor Citrix announced this week that three high-profile bar associations have chosen Citrix ShareFile as their go-to online file storage and sharing service
Digital content management has its own unique issues when it comes to efficient search and retrieval.
Customer experience management once fell under the general purview of the marketing department. With the advent of mobile-first and omni-channel marketing strategies, marketers can't go at it alone and are leaning heavily on IT to help get initiatives off the ground.
The new release, TITUS Classification Suite 4, automates data classification and protection by examining its content, and context, for better information management and compliance.
The National Archives and Records Administration has come up with a way to categorize government email for retention or disposal that's based on the pedigree of the sender, not the contents of the message.
The FBI has issued a warning that the widely-used content management system WordPress is vulnerable to terrorism attacks by individuals sympathetic to extremist group ISIL.
FinalCode, a California-based enterprise file security firm, announced that its flagship secure file collaboration solution is now available worldwide.
Managing the customer experience isn't all about fancy consumer-facing tools. It often begins with things the customer doesn't see--like a web content management system that's doing the heavy lifting behind the scenes.