Text analysis tech company Equivio announced a partnership this week with Nuix, a company that helps workers make "fact-based decisions from unstructured data." The pairing appears to be aimed at gaining a greater foothold in law firms and government agencies like the U.S. Department of Justice, already an Equivio customer.
Online publisher Say Media built a content management system from the ground up that they claim has caused traffic on one of its properties to increase more than 160 percent. Say Media is now offering the CMS, which it calls Tempest, to all its partner publications free of charge in exchange for the right to sell unused ad inventory.
Just when you thought you knew where all the budgetary landmines were buried, along comes a new warning about something that could throw your next CMS implementation or migration project off budget: integration issues.
Online education company WizIQ launched a cloud-based learning management system last week that includes virtual classrooms, social collaboration and a slew of other tools designed to appeal to educational institutions looking for a turnkey LMS solution.
If you want to give your customers the best possible user experience, make sure your CMS takes a "mobile first" approach. If that's not doable, then at least make sure you have a single CMS managing all your content across all devices.
E-discovery attorney Ralph Losey suggests information governance as we know it has about another five to ten years of life left in it before it's no longer worth the trouble.
Theresa Regli, Principal Analyst and Managing Partner with the Real Story Group, says DAM vendors aren't as "enterprise-ready" as they'd like you to think. The good news is, they're getting there.
Instagram isn't just for hipsters anymore. Companies are using the social photo-sharing site to boost business and engage customers. For some businesses, that means a whole new slew of compliance and eDiscovery requirements.
Sometimes the easiest way to solve document and workflow management issues is to get a good visual representation of who's doing what, and when. Tiny companies might be able to get by with flowcharts taped to the wall, but if you've got a large or distributed workforce, Smartsheet's new visualization tools may be just what you're looking for.
IBM announced the release of IBM Enterprise Records v5.2, the latest version of it's ERM application. It sports a new user interface designed to reduce the number of clicks needed to complete records management tasks and improve overall efficiency.
Angela Ashenden, principal analyst of collaboration at MWD Advisors, writes about a conversation she was involved in during a webinar this month about the future of business communication. Panelists were discussing the merits of messaging and enterprise social networking tools over the old standby, email, when an interesting observation came up.
A look at the evolution of the Washington Post's CMS.
Larry Dignan, ZDNet's Editor-In-Chief, says enterprise mobility management is a thick soup of components that range from security to document management.
For some businesses, content management is less about digitizing and shuffling internal documents and more about disseminating marketing collateral and information to customers via a web portal. Noah Logan, general manager at customer engagement software company Clickability, says getting set up with a good web content management system is easy but cautions companies against buying into the five biggest myths of website personalization.
BYOD and data management are often a challenge for IT departments that need to balance document access on mobile devices with corporate security and compliance regulations. Data classification and security firm TITUS announced the launch of TITUS Classification for Mobile, to help organizations and government agencies bridge that divide.
A report by Accenture Research released earlier this year indicated that federal agencies aren't ready to move to the cloud, despite the fact that soon they won't have much of a choice.
Ellie Pilmoor, a Portsmouth (UK) News reporter, recently went behind the scenes at The Association of Chief Police Officers Criminal Records Office, or Acro, to learn more about how its records management systems keep residents safe.
There are plenty of free (as in beer), open source content management systems on the market so there's no reason to spend cold, hard cash on a proprietary CMS, right? That's WiredTree tech writer Rachel Gillevet's stance and, while it sounds good in theory, is it really the best advice?
Dropbox is denying reports of a security breach this week, saying that the leaked usernames and passwords were "stolen from unrelated services ... and are not associated with Dropbox accounts." Not surprisingly, the mere mention of a breach is enough to keep the conversation going on in boardrooms about the security of enterprise-level cloud storage.