Amazon came up with a diabolically clever scheme recently to hook independent brick and mortar book sellers into selling Kindles, but it might not be a deal worth making.
Onehub introduced a new product that takes advantage of Dropbox APIs to embed Dropbox folders inside the Onehub repository.
Flipboard introduced a way for users to build online catalogs this week.
One company is looking to build a system to help disaster relief workers identify the areas most hard hit using a combination of social media, big data, mapping technology and human filters.
Sync and share apps have to be safe, secure and dead simple to use--and building a product that pleases end users and IT is no easy task.
Open source content management tool Joomla has announced its latest version--Joomla 3.2.
Nuxeo's latest release aims to solve business problems related to content.
Feedly announced an update to its iOS app this week.
Yahoo keeps trying new things and the latest is a tech journalism venture that appears to be part of an overall content-driven strategy.
iGoogle was put to rest this week and maybe it's for the best.
Harper Collins launched a direct to consumer eBook sales experiment this week, but it will take more than dabbling in digital marketing to help them survive in a changing publishing marketplace.
The word "enterprise," as in enterprise content management, is jargony and imprecise, and it's time we struck it from the lexicon.
One of the issues that SharePoint shops face when they move to the cloud is what happens if they use another cloud storage service like Google Drive. A new tool from MetaVis helps business customers using Google Drive move to SkyDrive Pro in Office 365.
Metalogix has been on a buying spree this year and this week it purchased Idera, a backup and monitoring service.
Two reports this week offered somewhat conflicting data on the effectiveness of Facebook as a marketing channel.
WordPress 3.7 is here.
Healthcare.gov has been plagued by problems, but an expert on IT failure says this is typical and this project can be saved.
Nielsen joins the 21st century with a new mobile measuring tool that acknowleges the new ways people access television content.
We have transformed from an interrupt model to the Attention age. That means you have to come up with creative ways to keep your customer's attention moving forward.
If we believe that content management systems are about management, we have lost sight of the mission.