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An Interview with Nuxeo's Brendan Coveney on evolution of Content Management

Nuxeo's Brendan Coveney discusses the evolution of content managment and the impact it's had on customers.

Three analysts react to Box IPO announcement

Three industry analysts share their thoughts on the recent Box IPO announcement.

Let the frenzy begin: Box files $250 million IPO

Box announced on Monday it was filing its S-1 paperwork, the first step before an intial public offering (IPO).

Medium launches read-only iPhone app

Medium's iPhone app is nice enough, but it would be better with more user control over content and some editing tools.

When content meets Big Data and visualization, something beautiful happens

When you combine a big content store with data visualization techniques, something wonderful happens.

Infographic: Email is still costing companies millions

How much is email costing your company? This infographic lays it out.

Spotlight: Canon adopts Nuance eCopy ShareScan

Canon added Nuance eCopy ShareScan capablity to its scanners.

Adobe makes successful transition to cloud with strong quarter

Adobe announced a strong quarter, especially for its cloud products, as it makes the transition from boxed software to a subscription-based service.

Microsoft announces Office 365 Personal for individuals

Microsoft announces a new version of Office 365 for individual users wth strange device restrictions.

Perceptive Software search tool offers default high def document viewing

Perceptive's updated search tool provides default high definition vewing and more.

Did Dropbox just buy a collaboration solution?

Dropbox has reportedly bought a collaboration solution, which if successfully baked into their sync and share tool, could make them much more formidable competition for Box.

The big surprise is Jive is still independent

Jive has reportedly gone looking for a buyer and found nobody is really interested.

Compliance, video portals could shake SharePoint partners

Enterprises have enjoyed a mutually beneficial relationship between developer partners and Microsoft's SharePoint for some time--allowing the nearly ubiquitous software to jive with legacy systems and business-specific tools. But compliance and video updates unveiled at last week's SharePoint Conference in Las Vegas could unnerve some of the partners on which Microsoft relies.

Spotlight: B&N Nook spending drops over 70 percent in latest filing

In their latest quarterly filing, Nook announced it had cut year over year spending by 74 percent.

WordPress reportedly working on frontend editor

WordPress is working on writing and editing in place.

ECM needs more women

Kimberly Samuelson of Laserfiche explains why enterprise content management and the tech field in general need more women.

Sitecore gets with the mobile program

Sitecore released a couple of new mobile tools this week designed to help marketers push or pull information from the Sitecore system as needed.

Box goes all Hollywood as Kutcher, Oseary invest in startup

Box is going Hollywood, as two high profile entertainment industry figures invest in the company and it announces a push to sign up entertainment industry companies.

Netflix might have mastered content for an audience of one

Everyone should have the goal of publishing for an audience of one, but Netflix might have achieved that goal.

Office Graph: Bringing sexy to backend

LAS VEGAS--One of the biggest stories to come out of SharePoint Conference 2014 in Las Vegas hails not from social or mobile, but a notoriously unsexy place: architecture. On March 3, Microsoft unveiled the data-gathering chassis upon which Exchange, SharePoint and Yammer will further integrate and innovate moving forward, called Office Graph.