IBM's X-Force Threat Intelligence quarterly report is out and, given recent reports of CMS security issues, the results aren't surprising but they're still noteworthy. It reveals that 8.4 percent of web application vulnerabilities can be traced back to CMS plugins versus just 0.9 percent that originate from problems in the core CMS platform.
If you're a small business owner who thinks you don't have to worry about things like information governance, you may want to think again. Virtually every company has the potential to be impacted by data management problems that could land them in hot water--or court.
Coveo announced this week the availability of Coveo for Sitecore - Free Edition, a set of advanced search features for Sitecore websites. As with Coveo's Enterprise Edition, the free version lets users configure and manage dynamic search on Sitecore websites to match the most relevant content to search requests across all browsers and devices.
Dropbox announced last week that Dropbox Pro users are getting a hefty storage upgrade to one terabyte per account. But is it enough to attract enterprise users?
WordPress has struggled in recent weeks with a spate of security issues ranging from malware infections to denial-of-service vulnerabilities. It's not a big surprise then that Automattic, the open source development company behind WordPress, acquired security vendor BruteProtect last week for an undisclosed sum.
Vox Media, publisher of online media sites like The Verge and Curbed use a custom content management system called Chorus that's currently it's only available in-house. But Vox Media's Editorial Director Lockhart Steele says Vox may share the wealth and open up the CMS to the masses.
The learning management systems market is a $2.5 billion industry that's grown a whopping 21 percent this year. Those are the numbers are according to a new study from Bersin by Dolette and, according to company Principal Josh Bersin, they reflect four main factors of the industry.
Joe Hughes, principal emerging/cloud applications lead at Ernst & Young LLP, says an enterprise search revolution is underway. Now we need to get out of our own way and let it happen.
Add the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Department of Homeland Security to the list of government agencies making the leap across the digital records management divide in the last couple of weeks. While you're at it, add the Department of Veterans Affairs to the list of agencies who still can't quite get it right.
Who's using Amazon's new document management service, Zocalo ... and who isn't
This week, OpenText launched eDOCS DM 10, its information management system for the legal industry.
NASA announced it has taken 110 websites and apps out of a commercial data center and moved them to the cloud. The organization also detailed plans to use Drupal as its new content management system. The project is designed to take advantage of more cost-effective storage options, as well as dump a proprietary CMS that was no longer supported.
Doug Miles, head of the market intelligence division at AIIM, says the enterprise doesn't take information governance seriously enough, even though senior management knows it's an important topic. The issue, he says, isn't ambivalence. The sheer avalanche of data that needs managing is simply overwhelming even the most well-intentioned organizations.
Enterprise document management vendor Alfresco Software wants to move into global markets and managed to secure $45 million in funding to help make that happen. The company also plans to use the money for creating more cloud-based services to compete with the likes of Box and Dropbox.
Every time a government agency is taken to task in a courtroom for losing files, mishandling records or mismanaging documents, department heads line up to take the stand (and sometimes the fall). So why aren't the information professionals on the hot seat too?
In what is probably the most harebrained document management "system" in recent memory, emails sent or received by state agencies in Pennsylvania are archived on state servers for a mere five days before being permanently deleted.
Earlier this year, Lexmark International set its sights on acquiring Swedish document management company Readsoft by offering them $182 million
Plenty of ears probably perked up when Deloitte Senior Consultant Paul St. Quintin told attendees at the Ricoh Managed Document Services Executive Forum they could cut their records management costs by as much as 70 percent by going paperless.
Allen Podraza, director of records management and archives for the American Medical Association in Chicago, is a forward-thinker in the RM space. He spends a lot of time on social media and blogs mulling over best practices and the challenges CIOs face regarding records management issues.
Community Health Systems, Inc. says the records of more than 4.5 million patients across 29 states have been compromised following a cyberattack on its records management system earlier this year. The attack snagged names, addresses, social security numbers, birth dates and phone numbers, but CHS says no medical or billing information was stolen.