Perceptive Software recently announced a new cloud-based media capture tool called Media Connector.
Microsoft and Go Daddy announced a partnership this week where Go Daddy will offer SMBs Office 365 packages at a variety of price points.
YouTube announced a new, overhauled commenting system this week.
DuckDuck go continues to experience huge growth as people seek a search engine that protects their privacy.
Even while records managers try to catch up with the cloud and concepts like systems of engagement, along comes another type of content management, a third wave.
Google introduced Google Tips recently--which builds on its use of the card metaphor.
Mashable hopes to use new funding to take the site to a new level.
Microsoft Dynamics CRM bought online customer service firm Parature this week, as the parade of marketing and customer service acquisitions continued.
Verint purchased customer service software Kana this week. It could give them a foothold in the growing customer experience market.
Pinterest bought search startup VisualGraph this week, giving it sophisticated image search technology for its image-based social network.
The name Web Content Management doesn't do these systems justice anymore, not in an age where the web is probably only part of the approach.
DNN introduced a new version of their Evoq community software this week, featuring responsive design for a consistent look and feel across devices.
M-Files introduced a mobile version this week that lets customers access and interact with files in the M-Files content management system.
This week, Cisco bought Collaborate.com, a tool that provides a central place to collaborate around a variety of cloud services.
WordPress delivered its latest update this week.
When Marketo bought Insightera last week, it got one step closer to content customization based on what you know about your customers.
Google lost marketshare this month, but it wasn't Microsoft that made the gains.
Research shows that Kindle owners spend far more at Amazon than non-owners, so maybe Amazon should give a Kindle to its best customers.
During the holiday shopping season, as brick and mortar stores face stiff competition from online sites, it's increasingly important to provide content for users on their smartphones, where as this infographic shows, they are doing their research even in stores.