Adobe updated the Acrobat line of products with cloud and tablet support, as well as a host of high-end features aimed at the enterprise user.
Box introduced several new features this week designed to address IT concerns about working with cloud products.
LinkedIn Endorsements provide a simple way to recognize someone's skills without the work of writing a recommendation.
In our guest post this week, Shadrach White wonders how people could possibly hold content in the cloud to a different standard than content stored on traditional mainframes.
C-level executives and presidents alike are learning that matter how much they may want to control content on the Internet, it's just not possible.
Telligent announced Telligent Community 7.0 last week at its Big Social user conference.
Barnes and Noble announced some new tablets this week with a firm focus on their book-buying customers.
KnowledgeTree has announced new templates for their target markets to help these groups get going more quickly.
Iron Mountain, along with a partner, has developed a solution to mantain and track paper and digital records, regardless of location, using Microsoft SharePoint.
Moxie Software has released a product to give enterprise social customers a place to maintain information they consider definitive answers derived from the Moxie enterprise social stream.
Marc Benioff might have just seen the enteprise social light, but I'm here to tell you it's not new by any means. So for the benefit of Mr. Benioff, I give you an enteprise social history lesson.
Salesforce.com made the Chatterbox announcement official this week, but don't expect to see it widely available any time soon.
Adobe updated its Creative Cloud to include some Digital Publishing Suite functionality, but don't expect much. It's extremely limited.
Flud announced a new enterprise product this week with increased security and analytics.
Twitter has added a new header graphic to the site's profile page.
Recent moves by major players prove cloud collaboration has become must-have functionality -- and those without it, could be in serious trouble.
Microsoft has come up with a new marketing campaign to get people to switch from Google to Bing. Good luck with that.
Box Accelerator aims to provide dramatically increased upload speeds for Box customers wherever they are in the world.
It's not always easy to know whether to go with an apps or mobile web strategy. We asked Adobe's senior product marketing manager in charge of digital publishing how he advises his customers.
Marc Benioff dropped a bombshell during an interview with Michael Arrington at TechCrunch this week.