Adobe introduced Adobe Social this week, an online social media marketing suite.
Coveo brings enterprise search to Salesforce.com and brings the idea of 360 degree customer view closer to reality.
Google has purchased online anti-virus tool VirusTotal.
In our one on one interview with Huffington Post Media Group's CTO, we asked him why he chose to build a custom CMS.
Liveblog from Automattic lets WordPress VIP customers live blog without going through the administrative back-end.
Badgeville announced a partnership with Acquia to bring gamification to the Drupal platform.
IT Central Station is a new service that lets enterprise buyers rate the products and services they purchase.
A new scanning solution from Kodak is built on top of SharePoint 2010 and aims to simplify scanning from paper to digital workflows.
You should be aware of a recent, key change to the Microsoft cloud services user agreement.
In response to recent security issues, Dropbox has added two-step verification, but is the cure worse than the problem?
As Google expands into more content, it may be time for it to decide if it's a search engine or a content company. It's going to find it increasingly difficult to be both.
Podio has introduced a feature to reduce email dependence by allowng users to forward emails directly to their Podio social stream.
Flipboard turned two this summer and it's been growing like crazy.
Amazon Prime remains one of the big content bargains out there and Amazon released some interesting facts about the service this week.
Vasont announced it now supports Framemaker 11 as an editor for its CMS.
Limelight Networks released a new marketing platform for high-tech marketers this week.
Evernote, which is trying to be more business-friendly, recently announced Evernote for Business.
This past weekend I had a crazy dream that Apple bought Adobe. It was so vivid, I felt compelled to write about what would happen if it really did.
Amazon's new Glacier service is designed for long-term archival of electronic files.
While mobile file access can present real securty problems, this infographic shows that the answer may be an enterprise-class file sharing system instead of locking down the fort.